Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

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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...

DevOps Radio: Laura Frank, CloudBees – When the Stars, Coffee, DockerCon and Code Align

Episode 35 of DevOps Radio features Laura Frank , formerly of Codeship (now a Bee). Not only has Laura been a great addition to the CloudBees team as director of engineering, but her expertise with Docker and container technologies, enables her to lend valuable insights on the rise of containers. As Laura prepares to speak at DockerCon later in June, it’s no coincidence that her...

Microsoft and GitHub: A Great Step Forward for DevOps

Microsoft just announced the acquisition of GitHub . What does this mean for developers, companies, the DevOps market and CloudBees? As software is eating the world, developers have become the new kings. DevOps vendors that have been able to show great developer adoption as well as build associated revenues are incredibly strategic. On that front, GitHub has, without any contest,...

DevOps Radio: mabl’s Dan Belcher, Izzy Azeri on Using AI and Machine Learning to Speed Software Delivery

Dan Belcher and Izzy Azeri, co-founders of mabl , join host Andre Pino to discuss what the company is all about. mabl addresses a key challenge for DevOps teams: ease of automation for testing, thus speeding up that phase of software delivery. The mabl founders view software delivery teams as IT visionaries. Therefore, these teams need to understand artificial intelligence (AI) and...

Accelerating Software Delivery at ABN AMRO with CI/CD and DevOps

By Stefan Simenon, Head of IT Tooling and Software Development and Wiebe de Roos, CI/CD Consultant, ABN AMRO In many ways, it is more accurate to describe today’s most successful banks as IT organizations with banking licenses than as financial institutions with IT departments. The competitive pressure from smaller, specialized FinTech companies and larger, multinational banks...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


The Lure of the Monolith

“It may not be the right way to do things, but it’s how we do it.” How many of us, as junior developers, wide-eyed and full of wonder, have heard something like this from a manager or tech lead? I remember hearing this early in my career and responding with a furrowed brow and a harrumph. My boss was trying to explain the facts of life to me, and I was ill-prepared to hear them...

CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise is now GA on Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS)

By Kal Vissa, CloudBees Introduction CloudBees, the industry leader in continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), is proud to partner with the Amazon team and announce the general availability of its flagship product - CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise TM , on Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) TM . Customers are able to install, manage and operate a...

Plugin Catalog Extends Beekeeper

Add open source plugins to masters, stay compliant with Beekeeper and improve manageability When we introduced Beekeeper, our goal was to simplify plugin management by having plugin maintenance and related functionality all available in one central place. In the initial release, we worked towards removing the risks in upgrading by utilizing CloudBees Assurance Program (CAP)-...

Don’t Install Development Tools!

…Use Jenkins X, DevPods and Kubernetes! I wrote previously about how you can be lazy and avoid installing Kubernetes (by letting cloud providers do it). In this installment, I want to tell you how to not install (or at least not to install many) development tools on your workstation. The tools I have installed that I will talk about are Jenkins X binary ( jx ) and Visual Studio...
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Using Jenkins on Google Compute Engine for Distributed Builds

This is a guest blog by Vic Iglesias, cloud solutions architect, Google. View the original blog post . Continuous integration has become a standard practice across a lot of software development organizations, automatically detecting changes that were committed to your software repositories, running them through unit, integration and functional tests, and finally creating an...
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