Monday, September 12, 2011

Making the Most of Jenkins CI

This is the time of year when many bees start to slow down in preparation for the winter... however, it’s the opposite for us here at CloudBees. The hive continues to buzz with activity! We hope these myriad upcoming Jenkins activities will help you make the most of your Jenkins CI server...

The First Jenkins User Conference – October 2nd in San Francisco
CloudBees is pleased to support the very first Jenkins User Conference! Join the Jenkins founders and more than 275 fans who have already signed up for an invaluable day of Jenkins-focused learning and networking opportunities. An incredible line-up of speakers has just been announced, including Jenkins experts from Red Hat, Yahoo, Liferay, Tasktop, and CloudBees who are eager to share their experiences and best practices.
Learn more and sign up

Automating ALM with Jenkins in the uberSVN Platform September 14
CloudBees is teaming up with our friends over at WANdisco to bring you a free Jenkins /SVN training webinar. Led by renowned technical journalist Tim Anderson, this training session will take you through an excellent Jenkins tutorial and walk through the steps on how to deploy Jenkins with WANdisco’s uberSVN, a free, open ALM platform for Subversion that's easy to install, easy to use, and easy to extend. 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.

CloudBees is proud to support Jenkins by providing enterprise support through the uberSVN platform. Register here

Ongoing Free Selenium in the Cloud with Sauce Labs
The CloudBees Ecosystem brings cloud-based services from partner companies directly to Java developers, all within the CloudBees platform… including Selenium-driven cross-browser testing on the cloud with Sauce Labs. Their OnDemand cloud-based service allows you to run automated cross-browser functional tests at high speeds in parallel, so you don't need to maintain testing infrastructure… and it works beautifully with Jenkins.

Even better, you can get this excellent service for free! CloudBees and Sauce Labs have decided to extend the initial no-charge service period for an extra 60 days, until 11/20/2011.
Try Selenium testing in the cloud now, while it’s still free

Mastering Continuous Integration with Jenkins – Training Course
Learn Jenkins secrets from the experts, including Jenkins Founder Kohsuke Kawaguchi and major contributor Stephen Connolly.
-       9/ 23 London
-       10/14 Tokyo
-       11/17 San Francisco
Get details

Onward to Jenkins in the cloud!
Sacha & the CloudBees team

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