In this blog post, we will introduce the Jenkins Pipelines, an increasingly popular plugin that helps defining versatile Jenkins workflows as Groovy code. Traditionally, Jenkins is administered by a graphical Web interface. Now, the Pipeline plugin allows teams and DevOps to manage workflow definitions within source control, giving them the ability to clone, change, review … More Jenkins Part 7: Pipeline as Code
Sorry, moved to here (renumbered to part 7, since part 6 was occupied by my Jenkins+Browserstack blog post already). Klick here.
In the course of this Hello World style tutorial, we will explore DC/OS, a Data Center Operating System developed and open sourced by Mesosphere with the target to hide the complexity of data centers. We will install DC/OS on your local PC or Notebook using Vagrant and VirtualBox, deploy a “hello world” application with more than one instance, load balance between … More Getting Started with DC/OS on Vagrant
Today, we will learn how to automatically create performance trend analysis reports like the following using Jenkins and JMeter: First, we will use Apache JMeter’s graphical user interface on the developer’s PC to create a test plan, before we integrate JMeter into Maven for the creation of performance reports on the command line. Finally, we will … More Getting started with Jenkins Part 4.3: Performance Tests via JMeter