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Probing for Limits of Jenkins

At the end of my Jenkins World 2016 talk - “So you want to build the worlds largest Jenkins cluster” - I gave a brief demonstration of a Jenkins cluster with 100,000 concurrent builds to give people an idea of just how far Jenkins clusters can scale.


Jenkins World 2016 - Going ALL IN on the Recap

The 2016 edition of Jenkins World just took place at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California. This wasn’t a mere 2016 edition of an old recipe. Instead, the concept evolved from a couple of parallel tracks over two days in 2015 to...

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How Big is Big

I caught a fish this big
“I caught a fish this big” by Mark Hanna

When we talk to Jenkins users, about half of the people...

CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.7.19

We are happy to announce the immediate availability of CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.7.19. This is the first version of the CloudBees Jenkins Platform based on Jenkins 2. The User eXperience of Jenkins has been dramatically revisited and you will benefit from the following improvements.

Improved User Experience

Installation ...

How to Integrate JMeter into Jenkins

This is a guest post by Dmitri Tikhansi from BlazeMeter.


Standardize Jenkins with the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise Distribution

Over the past couple of years, CloudBees has worked towards making Jenkins more accessible for both our CloudBees Jenkins Platform customers and Jenkins community users: first through best...

DevOps Express Puts Organizations on Track for DevOps Adoption

DevOps Express: Stronger Together

Today, fourteen DevOps technology leaders will stand together to announce a joint initiative to bring DevOps knowledge, integrated tooling, support and best practices to the marketplace to streamline the adoption of DevOps through a solution oriented approach.  This is a significant milestone in the DevOps space- key...