Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

DevOps for Managers


Connecting DevOps and the Service Desk at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019

As DevOps continues to mature, organizations may or may not be aware that there is a significant gap between DevOps and ITIL or Enterprise...
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Innovation and Time, How CloudBees Accelerator Gives you Both

John Cleese - of Monty Python fame - says that two vital components for creativity and innovation are the ability to try lots of things...

Introduction to Jenkins X @ DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019

Editor’s note: This article was originally posted on Jenkins X. In today’s technology landscape, people find it difficult to get up to...

DORA Metrics - Getting on the Bandwagon

Editor’s Note: This blog post was co-authored by Michael Baldani, senior product marketing manager, and Deepro Basu, senior product manager...

Episode 61: Rising Star Pinger Overhauls Their DevOps Operation

Hello? I’m pinging you! On the latest episode of DevOps Radio , host Brian Dawson is back, joined by DevOps Rising Stars Adam Robertson,...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


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Enterprise JVM Administration and Jenkins Performance

Editor’s Note: This blog post has been updated since it originally posted on July 17, 2019. The methodologies surrounding Enterprise Java...

Feature Flags and GitOps. 5 Use Cases to Help You ‘Git’r Done.

Editor’s note: This article first appeared on Scotch.io . The practice of GitOps is the next incarnation of continuous delivery. It allows...

Exploring Deployment Strategies In Kubernetes

This time I will not write a lengthy post. Instead, I’ll try to explain different deployment strategies through diagrams. This is for all...

Don’t Branch that Code! Feature Flags vs. Feature Branches

Editor’s note: This blog first appeared on CloudBee’s Rollout.io blog . Git came on the scene with a great story about the power of...

Jenkins X - Delete Charmuseum apps manually

Jenkins X is comprised of many open source components. One of those is Chartmuseum which is used to store your published apps packaged as...
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