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New design, UX and extensibility digest for login page et. al.
This blog post gives an introduction to the new design for the login and signup forms and Jenkins is (re)starting pages introduced in Jenkins 2.128. The first part of the blog post is an introduction to the new design and UX for Jenkins users. The later part is talking about extensibility in a more technical manner, aimed at plugin developers. Overview The recent changes to some core pages provide new design and UX and further dropping all external dependencies to prevent any possible malicious javascript introduced by third party libraries. To be clear, this never was an issue with previous releases of Jenkins, but having read...
What I learned from the Jenkins & Java 10+ Hackathon
Last week I participated in the Jenkins & Java 10 Online Hackathon. It was my first Jenkins hackathon and I roped in Jonah Graham to do some pair-programming. The hackathon featured JDK Project Jigsaw committers Mandy Chung and Paul Sandoz, as well as Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi. It was a great opportunity for me to learn a lot about Jenkins and Java 10. Why Java 10? With the Java 8 EoL data looming, the focus was on the current available version of Java, Java 10. Java 10 offers some nice new features and APIs, not least improved docker container integration. We learned from Paul of a number of projects with Java 10 migration...
Presenting Jenkins Essentials at EclipseCon France
It’s been far too long since we posted an update on Jenkins Essentials. While it’s not quite ready for users to start trying it out, we continue hacking away on all manner of changes to support the safe and automatic upgrades of a running Jenkins environment. In the meantime, Jenkins contributor Baptiste Mathus took some time to introduce and demonstrate Jenkins Essentials at the recently held EclipseCon France, From the talk’s abstract: The Jenkins Project is working on providing its users with a brand new, strongly opinionated, and continuously delivered distribution of Jenkins: Jenkins Essentials. Constantly self-updating, including auto-rollback, with an aggressive subset of verified plugins. In this talk, we will detail how this...
Using Jenkins X DevPods for development
I use macOS day to day, and often struggle to keep my devtools up to date. This isn’t any fault of packaging or tools, more just that I get tired of seeing the beachball: The demands on dev machines grow, developers are now working across a more diverse set of technologies than just a JVM or a single scripting language these days. This keeping up to date is a drag on time (and thus money). There are lots of costs involved with development, and I have written about about the machine cost for development (how using something like GKE can be much cheaper than buying a new machine)...
Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with Anchore (in under 10 minutes)
(adapted from this blog post by Daniel Nurmi) As more and more Jenkins users ship docker containers, it is worth thinking about the security implications of this model, where the variance in software being included by developers has increased dramatically from previous models. Security implications in this context include what makes up the image, but also the components of the app that get bundled into your image. Docker images are increasingly becoming a “unit of deployment”, and if you look at a typical app (especially if it is a microservice), much of the components, libraries, and system are someone else’s code. Anchore...


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    I have a problem when I build Jenkins with tomcat I'm using:

    jenkins version : 2.129
    tomcat version : 7.0.69

    And this is the steps  :

    1-change port of tomcat 
    2-copy jenkins.war in tomcat/webapp 
    3-finaly run tomcat

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