For many, the words “continuous integration” are synonymous with Jenkins. Love it or hate it, we all use it and we tend to trick out our Jenkins installations with all myriad plugins. But as your trusty butler, does Jenkins always know what you need? For Episode 50, the panel takes a look at issues and usecases for Jenkins installations large and small alike, and comes up with some things you might want to leave as:
Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Youssuf El-Kalay, aka @buildscientist, EJ Ciramella, aka @eciramella Sascha Bates, aka @sascha_d, and J. Michael McGarr, aka @jmichaelmcgarr for the discussion, plus a the last couple of weeks in News & Views and #DevOpsDearAbby!
- 2:30 – News & Views
- VAX, PDP-11, HP-3000, and Sparcs in the cloud…
- A story as old as VAXes and PDP-11s: DBAs vs. Developers: a Sad Tale of Conflict
- If you keep saying no, don not be surprised when people route around you
- Github and others introduce a student developer pack
- Reverse engineering Star Wars: Yoda Stories
- Welcome Noah Benjamin Cheslock!
- 13:00 – Main Segment: Notes to Your Butler
- 54:58 – DevOps Dear Abby
- DevOps Belgium, plus Berlin, Helsinki, Tel Aviv, and Vancouver
- LeanUX 2015, Kevin Behr, Jez Humble, and Paul will be speaking!
- devopsconferences.com has the latest
DevOps Dear Abby
Patrick Wiltrout asks (via my Atlassian Summit talk) “How do you fit the maven release plugin into Continuous Delivery?
What features did you wish Jenkins did (or was better at)?
How have you solved issues you’ve run into while scaling Jenkins?
Join the discussion!