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The world’s biggest conference for Jenkins users, by Jenkins users. Come learn how to optimize Jenkins across the software delivery process!

 
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U.S. West
September 2-3
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

 


Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Keynote Speaker

Online registration is closed. But you can still register at the door.

The Jenkins User Conference will be two days packed with Jenkins insights, knowledge and inspiration. See the agenda, below.

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Gene Kim
Keynote Speaker

 

The Jenkins User Conference

DAY 1

 
 
Time (PDT)SessionLevelCategory
7:00 AM Registration Opens
8:00 AM Grab 'n go coffee and pastries
9:00 AM—9:15 AM Welcome and Introductions
   Keynote Address and Opening Remarks by Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Founder, Jenkins Project
10:00 AM—10:30 AM Break
Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Orchestrating Your Pipelines With Jenkins, Python and Jenkins API
Pradeepto K Bhattacharya, Seagate India
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Optimizing your CI: Lessons Learned from a Successful Jenkins Rebuild
Jonathann Zenou, Ravello Systems
Intermediate Case Study more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Integrating Mobile Automation with Jenkins: A Case Study Using Perfecto Mobile with Jenkins
David Dang, Zenergy
Intermediate Mobile more info
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Jenkins Workflow: What's Up?
Jesse Glick, CloudBees, Inc.
Intermediate Plugin Development more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Jenkins Pipeline for Continuous Delivery of Big Data Projects
Luca Milanesio, GerritForge
Intermediate Case Study more info
Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Fast Feedback: Jenkins + Functional & Non Functional Mobile App Testing, Without pulling your Hair out!
Carlo Cadet and Uzi Eilon, Perfecto Mobile
Intermediate Mobile more info
12:15 PM—2:00 PM Lunch and Sponsor Expo
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
An Integrated Deployment Pipeline with Jenkins and Cloud Foundry
Jamie O'Meara, Pivotal
Beginner Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Making Plugins that are Enterprise Ready
Kaj Kandler, Black Duck Software, Inc.
Intermediate Plugin Development more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Sometimes Even the Best Butler Needs a Footman: Building an Enterprise Continuous Delivery Machine Around Jenkins
Andrew Phillips, XebiaLabs
Intermediate Best Practices more info
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Continuous Delivery With A Microservices Architecture
Michael Pigg, Chariot Solutions
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Evolving the Jenkins UI
Gus Reiber, CloudBees, Inc.
Beginner Operations more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
The Road to Continuous Delivery: Driving Lessons
Laurette Cisneros, Perforce
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Continuous Development and Deployment: Workflows and Patterns
Fabrizio Branca, AOE
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Do DevOps on VMware vCloud Air Your Way, Without the Rework!
Rajesh Kumar Easwaramoorthy, VMware
Beginner Case Study more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
It's Not Called Continuous Integration (CI) for Nothing!
Tom Chavez, SOASTA
Advanced Best Practices more info
5:00 PM—7:00 PM Reception and Expo Networking
 
 

DAY 2

 
 
Time (PDT)SessionLevelCategory
7:00 AM Registration Opens
8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM—9:15 AM Welcome and Introductions
Keynote Address by Gene Kim, Author, The Phoenix Project
Email realgenekim@SendYourSlides.com with "devops" in the subject line to receive slides to this talk
10:00 AM—10:30 AM Break
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Bringing Continuous Delivery to Cloud-Scale with Jenkins, Docker and "Tiger"
Kohsuke Kawaguchi and Harpreet Singh, CloudBees, Inc.
Intermediate Large-Scale Jenkins Implementations more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Developing Plugins for Cloud Scale
Oscar Sanjuan Martinez, ElasticBox
Intermediate Plugin Development more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Making Strides towards Enterprise-Scale DevOps...with Jenkins in Your Tool Chain
Curtis Yanko, Sonatype
Intermediate Large-Scale Jenkins Implementations more info
Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Implementing Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery with CloudBees Jenkins Platform and AWS
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Version Your Build Process As You Version Your Code With Literate Plugin
Vincent Latombe, CloudBees
Intermediate Best Practices more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Continuous Integration and Distribution in the Cloud with DEV@cloud
Mark Galpin, JFrog
Intermediate Tools more info
12:15 PM—2:00 PM Lunch and Sponsor Expo
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Taming iOS Testing at Square
Michael Tauraso, Square
Intermediate Case Study more info
Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Using Infrastructure Nodes Wisely with Jenkins and Apache Mesos, for Fun and Profit
Pradeepto K Bhattacharya, Seagate India
Intermediate Large-Scale Jenkins Implementations more info
Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
The Secret to Scaling Test Automation with Jenkins & JMeter
Alon Girmonsky, BlazeMeter
Intermediate Tools more info
   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Scaling Jenkins with Docker and Kubernetes
Carlos Sanchez, CloudBees, Inc.
Intermediate New Plugin more info
   Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Continuous Delivery with Container Ecosystem
Ramchandra Koty, Kalidas Ganesan and Venkat Rangasamy, Equinix
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
From Commit to Production: How Yahoo! Mail does CD
Laurence Bordowitz, Gopi Vadlamudi, Aravind Kalavagattu and James Klinect, Yahoo!
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   Track One: (Ballroom 4/5)
Scaling Jenkins to Hundreds of Nodes
Akshay Dayal, Google
Intermediate Large Scale Jenkins Implementations more info
  Track Two: (Meeting Room 1/2)
Lightning Talks
     
   4:00 PM—4:10 PM:
How to Build a Jenkins DB the WRONG Way!
Michael Barbine, FireEye, Inc.
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4:15 PM—4:25 PM:
Continuous Testing in DevOps
Karl Stewart, SOASTA
Intermediate Mobile more info
   4:30 PM—4:40 PM:
Three Principles for CD Pipeline Design
Laurence Bordowitz, Yahoo!
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
   Track Three: (Room 209/210 - Second Floor)
Continuous Delivery with Jenkins and IBM UrbanCode Deploy
Mark Cesario, IBM
Intermediate Continuous Delivery more info
All times shown are PDT