• Pipeline as Code
• Improved User Interface and User Experience
• Security & plugin Enhancements
• New Jenkins WebSite as one stop for getting started guide
You can find out blog post from Kohsuke here about the release. In this post, I will cover my contribution to the release of Jenkins 2.0 project.
Quote for the Press Release
The full press release has published on BusinessWire on 26th April, detailed information of the Jenkins 2.0 feature.
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— BW_Wireless (@BW_Wireless) 26 April 2016
I have provided quote for the release which reads like this
“By providing pipeline-as-code capabilities and visualization of software pipeline status within Jenkins, Jenkins 2.0 allows me to define both simple and complex pipelines,” said Shashikant Jagtap, DevOps and automation engineer, Jenkins user and lead for the London-based Jenkins Area Meetup. “These new features will ultimately enable us to implement robust continuous delivery process automation and deliver higher quality software faster than before.”
You can find out the detailed release information by clicking on the image below
Article on Jenkins 2.0 and Docker on DevOps Zone
Managed to get my article ‘ Getting Started with Jenkins 2.o and Docker‘ which was originaly published on my personal blog and then re-posted on DevOps Zone on the DZone website. You can read full article here
DevOps Zone : https://dzone.com/articles/get-started-with-jenkins-20-with-docker
You can click on the image below to read whole story
— CloudBees (@CloudBees) 12 May 2016
Article on CloudBees official blog
The same article on Jenkins 2.0 and Docker has been published on the CloudBees Official blog
CloubBees Blogs link : https://www.cloudbees.com/blog/get-started-jenkins-20-docker
You can read full article by clicking on the image
Organiser of London Jenkins Area Meetup
There are more than 30 Jenkins Area Meetup has been already announced Worldwide and running smoothly. In our first meetup we will have James Nord from CloudBees talks about new features of the Jenkins 2.0
We have Twitter and FaceBook page up and running for the Meetup
Twitter : JenkinsLDN
FaceBook Page: London JenkinsArea Meetup
RSVP Now to book your slot if you are still not registered !
Looking forward to run regular meetup in the London and covering most recent DevOps topic and contributing to the Jenkins community by integrating cutting edge tools with Jenkins.
Happy DevOpsing !