341: Too Late for Jenkins?
23 January 2019
Mike and Wes are back to debate the state of developer tools and ask where Jenkins fits in 2019.
- Dokku — A docker-powered PaaS that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications.
- Jenkins — The leading open source automation server, Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project.
- Jenkins Evergreen — Evergreen is an automatically updating rolling distribution system for Jenkins. It consists of server-side, and client-side components to support a Chrome-like upgrade experience for Jenkins users.
- Jenkins Blue Ocean — Blue Ocean is a project that rethinks the user experience of Jenkins, modelling and presenting the process of software delivery by surfacing information that’s important to development teams with as few clicks as possible.
- Introducing Jenkins X — Jenkins X automates CI/CD and DevOps best practices for you.
- Jenkins Helm Chart — Jenkins master and slave cluster utilizing the Jenkins Kubernetes plugin.
- Jenkins Chef Cookbook — Installs and configures Jenkins CI master & node slaves. Resource providers to support automation via jenkins-cli, including job create/update.
- Why on earth did we choose Jenkins for 2019? — This article tries to explain why the hell Rookout, a relatively new SaaS company, chose to use Jenkins, and what the big advantages are that make Jenkins so great even now, eight years in.
- Linux Academy Certified Jenkins Engineer — Learn CI/CD concepts as well as Jenkins installation and functionality. Plus best practices for CD pipelines as well as Jenkin’s security.
- ‘Mad Botter’ takes ‘MacGyver’ approach to tech sales — The Plant City-based company turns run-of-the-mill consumer electronics into devices capable of being deployed for use in advanced military applications, such as fighter jets.