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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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Announcing General Availability of Declarative Pipeline

I am very excited to announce the addition of Declarative Pipeline syntax 1.0 to Jenkins Pipeline . We think this new syntax will enable everyone involved in DevOps, regardless of expertise, to participate in the continuous delivery process. Whether creating, editing or reviewing a pipeline, having a straightforward structure helps to understand and predict the flow of the pipeline...
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CloudBees OSS Demo Days

All of us here at CloudBees are committed to making Jenkins the de-facto tool for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). In addition to our CloudBees Jenkins Platform and Private SaaS Edition products we continue to invest heavily in Jenkins through contributions to Jenkins core, Pipeline, Blue Ocean and many vital plugins for Jenkins. Our success is dependent on...
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CloudBees Jenkins Platform 15.11 (November 2015) General Availability

This past summer CloudBees introduced the CloudBees Jenkins Platform , bundling CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise with CloudBees Jenkins Operations Center. This combination of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise’s best-in-class CI/CD capabilities and CloudBees Jenkins Operations Center’s centralized management, configuration, and reporting enables customers to easily scale their CI/CD...
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Traceability of Docker Images and Containers in Jenkins

Organizations are constantly striving to release software faster, to get their product into users’ hands sooner and get feedback for improvement or correct problems. Software is never going to be perfect in its first iteration and the end users might actually want something different than what is produced. There is great value to the business if new features can be delivered and...