Coding Continuous Delivery with Jenkins Pipelines

Starting in their 01/2018 issue, Java aktuell published my four-part articles series Coding Continuous Delivery in German. I’m happy to announce that all parts are now available in English, courtesy of Cloudogu.

The series takes you from zero to continuously delivering your software through a sophisticated Jenkins pipeline. It starts with the fundamentals, heading on to advanced topics such as nightly builds, parallel execution, docker, shared libraries, unit testing, static code analysis with SonarQube and deployment to Kubernetes. All of the topics are described hands-on with examples comparing the scripted with the declarative syntax provided by the Jenkins Pipeline Plugin.

  1. Jenkins pipeline plugin basics | šŸ–ŗ original article PDF (German)
  2. Performance optimization for the Jenkins Pipeline | šŸ–ŗ original article PDF (German)
  3. Helpful Tools for the Jenkins Pipeline | šŸ–ŗ original article PDF (German)
  4. Static Code Analysis with SonarQube and Deployment on Kubernetes et al. with the Jenkins Pipeline Plugin | šŸ–ŗ original article PDF (German)

The examples to all articles are contained in this GitHub repository: triologygmbh/jenkinsfile and the builds can be seen in action on this Jenkins server: opensource.triology.de.

My awesome colleagues at Cloudogu GmbH and Triology GmbH – thank you so much for your support. Especially my co-author from the first article, Daniel Behrwind, who got this whole thing started.

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