Here is a copy of our March newsletter...
The hive has been a busy place over the last few weeks! First, we’re thrilled to report CloudBees won a CloudCamp Cloudy award for Best Cloud Innovation: Editor's Choice. There’s plenty of other buzz too – check it out below. Hopefully you’ll find some useful resources to help you make the most of your Jenkins continuous integration server as well as enjoy hassle-free builds and deployments in the cloud.
Mastering Jenkins/Hudson Security – New Webinar, March 31 at 10am PT
In this new webinar, Jenkins/Hudson creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi shows you the ins and outs of securing Jenkins. You’ll learn the best ways to control access to Jenkins, the workings of the authentication and authorization mechanisms, the security design of Jenkins and much more.
Automated Continuous Deployment from Build to Deploy with DEV@cloud and RUN@cloud
Continuous deployment is all the rage. This tutorial will help you get started down that path.
Featured Blog: Jenkins vs. Hudson – Time to Upgrade!
Bob Bickel expounds on the reasons why Jenkins will continue to win over Hudson, complete with interesting stats on community adoption.
Eclipse Toolkit for Jenkins – Try the Beta
Now you can manage and monitor Jenkins/Hudson and your DEV@cloud account conveniently from within Eclipse.
Mastering Continuous Integration with Jenkins Training -- A one-day course conducted by Jenkins/Hudson creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi in the San Francisco Bay Area on April 5 and in London on June 1.
Silicon Valley Continuous Integration Summit: A glimpse into the future of CI -- April 7 at LinkedIn in Mountain View, CA: Kohsuke Kawaguchi will present the latest and greatest Jenkins developments in his “Status of the Jenkins Project – Expect a Better Experience” talk.
Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2011 -- Join CloudBees in Boston May 3-6 and keep on top of the latest cloud developments. Register with our special discount code, RHCUSTCLB34, and enjoy a $150 discount.
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