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The DevOps Road We Traveled at Esri

This blog post is written by Vince Ingram, senior systems administrator, Esri. Before I started working for Esri as a technical leader in the application support group, I worked in the finance industry, specifically in the area of day trading. By definition, the focus in this market is on the short term. When I joined Esri, I found an organization that had the opposite orientation...

Women in DevOps: Paola Moretto

In our Women in DevOps blog series, you’ll hear from talented women in DevOps. They will share their experiences in DevOps, their thoughts on leadership, lessons learned and also how we can encourage more women to focus on an IT career. Paola Moretto is a proven technology executive, innovator and serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in leadership and executive...

Tuning the Engine - CI/CD Platform Monitoring with CloudBees DevOptics Run Insights

Today we’re excited to announce the availability of an entire new set of capabilities in CloudBees DevOptics for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) platform monitoring. Designed to help Shared Services teams and Jenkins administrators ensure that their CI and CD platforms are optimally supporting the demands of their product teams, the all new Run Insights...
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CloudBees Core on Azure Kubernetes Service is now GA

Continuous delivery/continuous integration is getting lots of attention. Last month, we were absolutely thrilled to hear the topic highlighted in a keynote at Microsoft Build 2018; a major conference for developers. Today, we are excited to announce that CloudBees Core (formerly known as CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise) is generally available on Microsoft’s Azure Kubernetes Service (...

Jenkins is Showing the CI/CD Way!

JetBrains just released the 2018 edition of their The State of Developer Ecosystem Survey . It is pretty interesting, as it is based on a broad-based, cross-section of more than 6,000 developers and, as such, is likely to be a very good proxy of the market. The survey analyzes multiple sectors, from languages to databases. Interestingly enough, continuous integration and continuous...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


Under The Hood Of Jenkins X - A CI/CD Solution For Cloud Applications On Kubernetes

Motivation First, we articulated the business value that Jenkins X in automating Continuous Everything for Kubernetes . We encourage you to read it first. If you recall, Jenkins X as an automated CI/CD solution for cloud applications on Kubernetes. Jenkins X automates the installation, configuration, and upgrades of tools, so that users can learn at their own pace. This vastly...

Kubernetes Without Servers

Previously, I have written about serverless, in that case I was focussing on Function As A Service: a way to break down your application into “atoms” that naturally run in a “server less” fashion. In this post I wanted to cover how Kubernetes itself can run in a server-less fashion. What I mean by that is that you don’t manage servers, and resources are only consumed as needed. In...

What's New in Declarative Pipeline 1.3: Sequential Stages

We recently released version 1.3 of Declarative Pipeline , which includes a couple of significant new features such as support for sequential stages. This feature allows you to add multiple “sequential” stages in the same parallel branch. As a user, you would benefit from increased control of pipelines and be able to utilize declarative syntax for more use cases. Sequential stages...

The Business Value of Jenkins X in Automating Continuous Everything for Kubernetes

Objective When a team evaluates a new tool, the evaluation task could get de-prioritized in the company’s product backlog. Traditional product owners treat these evaluations as “expenses” and not investments. They would much rather have the entire team focus on pushing revenue-earning features to production. However, forward-thinking product owners understand the velocity,...

The Kubernetes Oligopoly and Jenkins X

I have written previously about making use of the Big 3 Clouds for both build/test/deploy of apps but also as a desktop replacement for developers. In the time since those blogs, Amazon has announced the general availability of their much awaited EKS service (of which CloudBees was a launch partner ) Myself and others often like to talk about the “oligopoly” of cloud providers,...
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