Thursday, September 8, 2011

Continuous Integration with Subversion and Jenkins



Free online training session on continuous integration with the Subversion community’s favorite build server, Jenkins!

We've got some great training coming up that we'd love to share with you. CloudBees is teaming up with our friends over at WANdisco to bring you a free Jenkins training webinar on September 14th.

WANdisco's uberSVN is a new, free open ALM platform for Subversion. Back in July, WANdisco launched uberAPPS, an online marketplace that takes the Apple App Store concept and applies it to enterprise software development tools for Subversion. Members of the Subversion community had consistently identified Jenkins as their first choice for a build server and so the WANdisco team went to work integrating Jenkins into uberSVN and making it really easy to install via uberAPPS.

One of the goals of the uberAPPS launch was to give uberSVN users a great resource for easy access to Jenkins and other complementary solutions, such as CloudBees’ Java Platform as a Service (PaaS). CloudBees provides products and services that enhance Jenkins functionality. You can purchase the CloudBees offerings, along with formal Jenkins support, through the uberApps store. In addition to the CloudBees Java PaaS, more than 300 plug-ins are available to further expand Jenkins functionality.

Led by renowned technical journalist Tim Anderson, this free training session will take you through an excellent Jenkins tutorial and will show you step-by-step how to deploy Jenkins with WANdisco's uberSVN, a free, open ALM platform for Subversion. We'll also show you how to watch for code changes in Subversion repositories, automatically perform builds, initiate tests, notify users of results, and roll changes backward or forward.

As always, we'll end with a Q&A session where we'll give you the chance to ask any questions you may have.

Sign up or learn more

Ps – If you haven't already, check out the FREE Jenkins User Conference on October 2nd in San Francisco! It's almost full, so register fast!

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