Jenkins is arguably one of the most popular automation tools on the planet, with tens of thousands of instances in use and a growing open source community.
However, as teams, environments, projects and market pressures increase, so does the administrative tasks associated with the tool. Scaling Jenkins usage across a growing enterprise, without affecting the security or stability of its software development lifecycle (SDLC) is challenging, particularly for highly regulated industries.
Watch this on-demand recording, as CloudBees experts take an in-depth look at strategies for optimizing Jenkins for the enterprise, including:
Best practices in setting up efficient, secure pipelines
How to successfully implement Declarative Pipelines
How best to manage your Jenkins controller as code (JCasC)
A look into the future of CloudBees CI CasC
Mark is the Jenkins Documentation Officer, a long-time Jenkins user and contributor, and maintains the git plugin and the git client plugin. He is active in Jenkins special interest groups including the Docs SIG, Platform SIG, and Advocacy SIG.
Darin is a developer advocate for CloudBees, where he produces technical digital and written content for users. He is also the co-host of a weekly podcast named DevOps Paradox.
Joost is a staff product manager for CloudBees CI. A Java/Go developer and DevOps/CICD consultant, he specialises in developer productivity with Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, and Git.
One of my favorite areas of focus is Transformation, whether it is Agile, Business, or Digital. Each of these overlap on the venn diagram of Transformation and each touch all aspects of businesses today.
At CloudBees I work as a Technology Strategy Director in Product Marketing, growing the Market and Competitive Intelligence practice, finding modern ways to represent Business Value and using data to bring market and competitive insights.