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Jenkins User Conference China Beijing Recap
This is a guest post by Forest Jing, who runs the Shanghai Jenkins Area Meetup On June 30, 2018 in sunny Beijing, the capital of China, we welcomed over 200 attendees to Jenkins User Conference China (JUCC). This is the first JUCC in Beijing and we are overwhelmed by the interest and love for Jenkins. The conference had sessions in DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Jenkins X, Pipeline, and Container. The GreatOps community, event host, invited John Willis, a thought leader of DevOps to deliver the keynote speech. John’s topic was "DevOps: Almost 10 years - What A Strange Long Trip It’s Been."...
Jenkins Essentials flavor for AWS
Jenkins Essentials is about providing a distribution of Jenkins in less than five minutes and five clicks. One of the main ideas to make this a reality is that Jenkins will be autoconfigured with sane defaults for the environment it is running in. We are happy to report we recently merged the change that provides this feature for AWS. We use an AWS CloudFormation template to provision a working version of Jenkins Essentials, automatically configured to: dynamically provision EC2 agents, using the EC2 plugin; use the Artifact Manager on S3 plugin, so that artifacts are not stored anymore on the master’s file system, but directly...
GSoC Project Update: Alpha release of Remoting Kafka Plugin
I am happy to announce that we have recently released an alpha version of Remoting Kafka Plugin to the Experimental Update Center. You can check the CHANGELOG to see the features included in this initial release. Overview Current versions of Jenkins Remoting are based on the TCP protocol. If it fails, the agent connection and the build fails as well. There are also issues with traffic prioritization and multi-agent communications, which impact Jenkins stability and scalability. Remoting Kafka Plugin is a plugin developed under Jenkins Google Summer of Code 2018. The plugin is developed to add support of a popular message queue/bus technology...
Security Hardening: New API token system in Jenkins 2.129+
About API tokens Jenkins API tokens are an authentication mechanism that allows a tool (script, application, etc.) to impersonate a user without providing the actual password for use with the Jenkins API or CLI. This is especially useful when your security realm is based on a central directory, like Active Directory or LDAP, and you don’t want to store your password in scripts. Recent versions of Jenkins also make it easier to use the remote API when using API tokens to authenticate, as no CSRF tokens need to be provided even with CSRF protection enabled. API tokens are not meant to — and cannot — replace the regular password for the...
What's New in Declarative Pipeline 1.3: Sequential Stages
We recently released version 1.3 of Declarative Pipelines, which includes a couple significant new features. We’re going to cover these features in separate blog posts. The next post will show the new ability to restart a completed Pipeline run starting from a stage partway through the Pipeline, but first, let’s look at the new sequential stages feature. Sequential Stages In Declarative 1.2, we added the ability to define stages to run in parallel as part of the Declarative syntax. Now in Declarative 1.3, we’ve added another way to specify stages nested within other stages, which we’re calling "sequential stages". Running Multiple Stages in a Parallel Branch One common use...

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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