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Exploring Jenkins X: The Benefits of Encapsulation

As you might know from my previous post , I’m switching to a “Developer Relations” role at CloudBees. In doing so, my main focus will be to...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Migration

This blog post is the last article in a six-part series on Jenkins configuration as code. Using Jenkin s configuration as code, one can...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Documentation

This blog post is the fifth article in a six-part series on Jenkins configuration as code. Using Jenkins configuration as code, one can...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Need for Speed!

This blog post is the fourth in the Jenkins configuration as code series. Using Jenkins configuration as code one can manage the Jenkins...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Plugins

This blog post is the third in a six-part series on configuration as code. Using configuration as code, one can manage Jenkins master’s...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Sensitive Data

This blog post is the second of a six-part Configuration as Code series. Using Configuration as Code, one can manage the configuration of a...

Jenkins Configuration as Code: Look Ma, No Hands

This blog kicks off the first of six posts in the new Configuration as Code series. Jenkins is highly flexible and is today the de facto...

CloudBees Releases Amazon ECR Plugin 1.0-Beta

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced the availability of the EC2 Container Registry (ECR). Amazon ECR is a fully-hosted private...

Docker Hub 2.0 Integration with the CloudBees Jenkins Platform

Docker Hub 2.0 has just been announced. What a nice opportunity to discuss Jenkins integration with it! For this blog post, I’ll present a...

Managing a Jenkins Docker Infrastructure: Docker Garbage Collector

Using Docker for Continuous Delivery is great. It brings development teams an impressive flexibility, as they can manage environments and...