How to Solve the Monolithic Jenkins Controller Problem

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How to Solve the Monolithic Jenkins Controller Problem

One of the top Jenkins scaling issues we see enterprises face is an overloaded, "monolith" Jenkins controller.

The symptoms? Developers having to wait longer for their jobs to finish and in some cases, teams building and managing their own Jenkins infrastructure. This additional workload takes precious time away from developing software. The good news is that this is a preventable tragedy with many red flags.

Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • What is a monolithic controller and what are the signs you are on the road to creating one?

  • How to remedy a monolithic controller 

  • What best practices you can follow to horizontally scale Jenkins in the future

  • How this worked for other enterprises like you

Three Symptoms of a Monolith Jenkins Controller

1. You Experience Longer Garbage Collection Cycles

2. You Don’t Have a Cleanup Strategy

3. You Lack Infrastructure/ Are Growing Too Fast

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