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DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 Coming Soon!

DevOps World | Jenkins World is fast approaching and this year the event will be hosted in two locations, San Francisco, CA and Nice, France. The event includes 100+ workshops, training opportunities and sessions designed specifically for IT executives, DevOps practitioners, Jenkins users and partners. Every year we like to have a little fun as we lead up to DevOps World | Jenkins...

Flat Jenkins: Where is He Now?

He’s baaaack! Our one and only Flat Jenkins is making his appearance for DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 . This time, Flat Jenkins will have more opportunity to travel the globe — he’s going to San Francisco, CA in September and then Nice, France in October. Let’s see where he goes! Last year , Flat Jenkins came onto the scene reminding us of our childhood where we read about the...

FOSS: Saving Humanity and Beyond Since 1983

I’ve been recently thinking about the evolution of open source, associated business models and market expectations. I’ll be sharing some thoughts through several blogs on that topic. TL;DR One essential yet often overlooked evolution that took place in the last decade is that open source moved from building replacements tools for proprietary technology, to leading the way by...

Why DevOps Requires Buy-In From Everyone

In DevOps, culture is as important as the process and tools. That’s why buy-in, from everyone, including the CEO, is essential for success. Even organizations that clearly recognize the business value of adopting a DevOps approach may face a variety of potential stumbling blocks. One of the most prevalent challenges is inherent in the divergence of what developers and operations...

Digital Disruptors: How Airbnb, Tesla and Uber Used Software Innovation to Transform Entire Industries

For decades, industries have been disrupted by those that figure out ways to deliver products better, faster or cheaper. They harnessed natural resources, improved manufacturing processes, refined craftsmanship, deployed assembly lines, perfected supply chains or sourced lighter, stronger, better raw materials. Today, industries are being disrupted by a new force – software. We...
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CloudBees Core integrates with Binary Authorization on GCP

CloudBees Core now supports the new beta release of Google Cloud’s Binary Authorization on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Google Cloud announced the alpha release of Binary Authorization on GCP at Google Next in July for early adopters. Binary Authorization is based on the open source Grafeas artivact metadata API , allowing teams to ensure all containers deployed to Google...

Ensuring Containers are Always Running with Docker’s Restart Policy

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog by Ben Cane , published by permission. This post originally appeared on the CloudBees CodeShip website . Getting a notification that Docker containers are down in production is one of the worst ways to spend your night. In today’s article, we’ll discuss how to use Docker’s restart policy to automatically restart containers and avoid those late-...

Using JX to Create a GitOps Managed Jenkins X Installation with CloudBees CodeShip and Terraform on GKE

Jenkins X is a reimagined CI/CD implementation for the cloud which is heavily influenced by the State of DevOps reports , and more recently the book, Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim, summarized in this blog post . This post will show you how to use Jenkins X to create a GitOps managed install of Jenkins X using...

Use the Configuration-as-Code Plugin to Declaratively Configure Your Jenkins Instance

Introduction Note: If you already know well what configuration management is, you can skip the introduction. For many years now, there has been a steady trend of configuring everything we can using code. This makes it much easier to avoid snowflake systems, hence also making orders of magnitudes easier to reprovision an environment from scratch if needed. Developers have been...

Building Minimal Docker Containers for Go Applications

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog by Nick Gauthier , published by permission. It was originally posted on the CloudBees Codeship website . There are several great official and community-supported containers for many programming languages, including Go, but these containers can be quite large. Let’s walk through a comparison of methods for building containers for Go applications,...
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