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Modernizing Jenkins CI/CD Pipelines


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Sponsored by harness

Thursday, January 7, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Jenkins has become the de-facto standard for continuous integration over the past decade. As teams modernize their applications and migrate to the cloud/microservices the ability to scale Jenkins for CI/CD becomes ever more challenging.

The last thing DevOps teams want is to throw away their build and test pipelines as they look to onboard and deploy new containerized microservices to Kubernetes and AWS ECS.

From this session you will learn from customers who have integrated Jenkins CI with Harness CD to modernize their CI/CD pipelines for the cloud.

Three key takeaways:

  • CI and CD are two different worlds that can be seamlessly integrated
  • Reuse of Jenkins jobs/scripts is possible with today’s leading CD solutions
  • Cloud-native CI/CD pipelines can be built in minutes and can empower engineers to deploy on-demand at any time
Senior Systems Architect - Lessonly
Stephen has spent the past 15 years developing software at startups, managing engineers at large multi-national corporations and everything in between. He is currently the Principal SRE for Lessonly where he is in charge of making sure all services are running. His current passion is upgrading the tooling and processes so the Lessonly product team can do better work.
DevOps Architect - ABC Fitness Solutions
Chris Jowett is a DevOps Architect with over 10 years of experience in infrastructure and automation. He has worked with organizations providing services to consumers, internal teams, and end users. Using tools such as Kubernetes, Chris was able to modernize and reduce time to delivery for a legacy architecture with over 30 years of history. His team strives to increase efficiency and improve costs via the reduction of toil.
CMO - Harness
Steve is CI/CD Geek at Harness. Prior to Harness, Steve did Geek stuff at AppDynamics, Moogsoft and Glassdoor. Steve started his career as a Java developer back in 2004 at Sapient. When he's not playing around with tech he's normally watching F1 or researching cars on the web. @BurtonSays

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