State of the Jenkins Automation by Julien Pivotto





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Published on Mar 23, 2017

Jenkins is a tool more and more businesses rely on. To build, test, and deploy code and pieces of infrastructures. But how do you automate and scale that piece of infrastructure? Automating Jenkins has been a pain in the past, but it is becoming better nowadays, with the introduction of Jenkins Pipeline and exposure of Jenkins Internal API’s.

This talk is a dive into the Jenkins world and its plugins.

About FLOSS Spring Conference: The Spring Conference is the UK’s longest running event supporting systems and network administrators. But as FLOSSUK has evolved to support open networks, software, hardware and data so our primary conference has become open to submissions on these areas.
About FLOSSUK: Floss stands for Free and Libre Open Source Software, however as an organisation we also support Open Technology and Open Data so we like to think our name can also mean Free and Libre Open Source Systems. The term Libre is used because the meaning of Free in English is ambiguous. It can mean both free as in gratis – ‘a free lunch’ and the freedom to take what is already known and given and be able to build upon it. Libre means ‘at Liberty’ it means to use, to change, to build upon not to be in receipt without gratis.


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