Jenkins

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Using Multi-branch Pipelines in the Apache Maven Project

This is a post about how using Jenkins and Pipeline has enabled the Apache Maven project to work faster and better. Most Java developers should have at least some awareness of the Apache Maven project . Maven is used to build a lot of Java projects. In fact the Jenkins project and most Jenkins plugins are currently built using Maven. After the release of Maven 3.3.9 in 2015, at...

“Workflow” Means Different Things to Different People

Wikipedia defines the term workflow as “an orchestrated and repeatable pattern of business activity enabled by the systematic organization of resources into processes” - processes that make things or just generally get work done. Manufacturers can thank workflows for revolutionizing the production of everything from cars to chocolate bars. Management wonks have built careers on...

Meet the Bees: Steven Christou

In every Meet the Bees blog post, you’ll learn more about a different CloudBees Bee. Let’s buzz on over to California and meet Steven Christou.​ Who are you? What is your role at CloudBees? My name is Steven Christou I am currently Tech Enablement at CloudBees. My primary role involves helping engaging customers with Support related questions, and providing more efficient tooling...

Now on DevOps Radio: Poppin’ Fresh DevOps, Featuring General Mills DevOps Engineer, Sam Oyen

In the latest episode of DevOps Radio, Sam Oyen , DevOps engineer at General Mills, sits down with host Andre Pino to discuss how the company behind well-known icons such as the Pillsbury Doughboy and Betty Crocker is using DevOps. Sam talks about how she fell into DevOps, why she loves it, what she enjoys most about Jenkins World and concludes with some advice for women in the IT...
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Announcing General Availability of Declarative Pipeline

I am very excited to announce the addition of Declarative Pipeline syntax 1.0 to Jenkins Pipeline . We think this new syntax will enable everyone involved in DevOps, regardless of expertise, to participate in the continuous delivery process. Whether creating, editing or reviewing a pipeline, having a straightforward structure helps to understand and predict the flow of the pipeline...

The State of Jenkins - 2016 Community Survey Results

Last fall, prior to Jenkins World, CloudBees conducted a community survey on behalf of the Jenkins project. We were grateful to receive over 1,200 responses – and thanks to this input, we gained some interesting insights into what Jenkins users are doing. Based on the results, it’s safe to say that Jenkins is currently viewed as the #1, continuous integration (CI) server and is...
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New In-Product, Upgrade Notifications with CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.32.1.1

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.32.1, which offers upgrade notifications and many key improvements such as a bump on the Jenkins core to the 2.32.1 LTS line. You may know that Beekeeper Upgrade Assistant allows users to review and install upgrades of verified components, tested through the CloudBees Assurance Program (CAP). Up to...
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CloudBees OSS Demo Days

All of us here at CloudBees are committed to making Jenkins the de-facto tool for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). In addition to our CloudBees Jenkins Platform and Private SaaS Edition products we continue to invest heavily in Jenkins through contributions to Jenkins core, Pipeline, Blue Ocean and many vital plugins for Jenkins. Our success is dependent on...

Meet the Bees: Antonio Muñiz

In every Meet the Bees blog post, you’ll learn more about a different CloudBees Bee. Let’s buzz on over to sunny Spain and meet Antonio Muñiz​.​ Who are you? What is your role at CloudBees? Hi! My name is Antonio Muñiz, I work from Spain as a Software Engineer at CloudBees. My daily work is around the CloudBees Jenkins Platform, the product we deliver based on Jenkins. Since I...
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xUnit and Pipeline

The JUnit plugin is the go-to test result reporter for many Jenkins projects, but it is not the only one available. The xUnit plugin is a viable alternative that supports JUnit and many other test result file formats. Introduction No matter the project, you need to gather and report test results. JUnit is one of the most widely supported formats for recording test results. For a...