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2019 Jenkins Board and Officer Elections Update
The Jenkins community is conducting the 2019 elections for Board and Officer positions. The call for nominations has concluded. We received many nominations. Based on the people who are willing to accept their nomination and the uncontested officer positions, we will have 3 votes: A vote to elect 3 board members A vote to elect the Jenkins security officer A vote to elect the Jenkins events officer Candidates Each candidate has provided a statement to help guide voters on why they should vote for the candidate. Refer to the candidate statements for more details. The candidates running for a board position are: Alex Earl Oliver Gondza Ullrich Hafner Oleg Nenashev Mark Waite Zhao Xiaojie (a.k.a. Rick...
How to build the top mobile game for every platform imaginable
Context You have been tasked with managing the Jenkins instance for the highest grossing mobile game in the world. You learn that this involves helping the game studio iterate their work against eight different target platforms, each with their SDK, on four different main pipelines, plus a lot of extra auxiliary jobs. And, of course, the studio wants all of this to go smoothly, in order to maintain a good pace of features and bugfixes for every release - a release happening every two weeks. Hitting hundreds of millions of players worldwide. How are you going to make sure that the environment stays correctly configured, with the right...
DevOps World | Jenkins World San Francisco in Living Colors
DevOps World | Jenkins World San Francisco was August 12 - 15, 2019. The event was delivered in vivid colors starting with flowing banners hung from street lamp posts to the big screens in breakout rooms, to the expo hall. The energy and enthusiasm in the Moscone convention center made the colors even more vibrant, thanks to the people attending the conference. Here’s a recap of the conference in pictures: DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 - San Francisco Keynote - Evolution of the Continuous Delivery Foundation Tracy Miranda opened the keynote explaining the evolution of the Continuous Delivery Foundation. Keynote - Evolution of the Continuous Delivery...
Jenkins Performance: Avoiding Pitfalls, Diagnosing Issues, and Scaling for Growth - DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019
This is a speaker blogpost for a DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 talk in Lisbon, Portugal With Halloween upon us, there’s no better time to discuss Jenkinstein! Are you suffering from Jenkins performance issues? Are users complaining about a slow UI or even scarier, is Jenkins going down frequently? Come join me at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 for "Jenkins Performance: Avoiding Pitfalls, Diagnosing Issues, and Scaling for Growth", a talk about JVM administration and best practices from the front lines of supporting thousands of Jenkins installations worldwide. During this talk we’ll cover how to prevent your Jenkins instance from becoming a Jenkinstein! Topics...
Thinking About Jenkins Security - DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019
This is a speaker blogpost for a DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 talk in Lisbon, Portugal Come join us at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 for "Thinking about Jenkins Security", a talk about securing your Jenkins server. We’ll review the layers that secure Jenkins and describe techniques that you can use to protect your Jenkins server. Topics will include: The secure by default configuration that Jenkins provides Risks associated with reducing default security settings Authentication and authorization alternatives Using "least privilege" principles Jenkins credentials and trusted access to resources Software updates and Jenkins project security notices We’ll intermix descriptions of good practices with some security horror stories. The horror...

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