Continuous delivery (CD) of applications is rapidly becoming a differentiator in this application economy. CloudBees, the enterprise Jenkins company, recently announced the availability of the CloudBees Jenkins Platform to help organizations adopt CD. This new enterprise offering from CloudBees brings CD to the masses with the new Team Edition, while enabling enterprise CD deployments powered by Jenkins at scale with the Enterprise Edition. At the same time, the Jenkins open source community, in conjunction with CloudBees, released six new plugins to support the use of Docker containers within Jenkins-powered CD and CI processes. Docker is powerful new technology that allows teams focused on delivering software to standardize their development and production application environments for reduced risk and accelerated application delivery. Leveraging Docker containers in a CD process managed by Jenkins is the ultimate way to deliver better software faster.
Join Tracy from CloudBees as she talks about Cloudbees’ new enterprise offering and the changes happening in the Jenkins community to provide first class support for Docker in the creation of CD pipelines. In this webinar, Tracy will introduce features in the latest release of the CloudBees Jenkins Platform to
help manage Jenkins’ across the organization and walk through six common delivery patterns with Jenkins and Docker. Tracy will then tie it all together with a demo of an end-to-end delivery pipeline with Docker.
Continuous delivery with Jenkins and application containerization with Docker are rapidly becoming two of the foundations of the DevOps movement. Check out this webinar to learn how you can adopt these new tools and techniques in your own DevOps transformation.
Date: Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
Time: 11:00 am eastern standard time
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Alan Shimel, Editor-in-Chief DevOps.com, An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.
About the Panelists
Tracy Kennedy is an associate product manager for CloudBees and is based in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to her current role, Tracy has worked at CloudBees as a solutions architect and a developer success engineer. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, grand strategy games, and reading. Read more about Tracy in her Meet the Bees blog post and follow her on Twitter.