Teams everywhere are looking for tools to define the process they go through to get code to production and represent that as code.
Learn how to use Jenkins with Docker to:
Scale the platform to multiple teams and projects
– Build docker images
– Test and publish docker images
– Trace images through to container usage
– Trigger builds from changes published to a Docker registry
– Build a pipeline with Jenkins workflow to pull the above together
In this talk we will showcase how to use the new Jenkins Docker plugins and provide you with configurations you can further explore in your own environment.
Jenkins and Docker
Build a pipeline
Alan Shimel, CEO & Editor-in-Chief at 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.
Neil Hudson, Principal Solutions Architect at CloudBees
Neil Hudson, Principal Solutions Architect at CloudBees, is a dedicated technical expert with strong business acumen who helps organizations architect scaled DevOps solutions based upon Jenkins and its extensive network of connected capabilities. He has deep knowledge of enterprise solutions involving virtualization infrastructure, big data, storage, clustering, and high availability. He has extensive commercial experience with programming, design, architecture, and application servers. Prior to CloudBees, Neil worked at Red Hat architecting solutions with 100s of customers. In a previous life Neil had gigs developing trading strategies for high frequency trading markets.