Session: Advanced Continuous Integration Techniques with Jenkins

Wednesday 15.40 - 16.30
Room: Honey Badger

In this talk, we'll look at several continuous integration techniques you can use to get more value out of your Jenkins installation. The topic will cover the "validated merge" feature to make your builds unbreakable, the "fingerprinting" feature to build audit trail of your artifacts, and the "pipeline" feature to better visualize how your changes are verified by Jenkins, and so on.

This talk will benefit existing Jenkins users the most, although the concepts discussed here should equally apply to other continuous integration servers as well.

Tags: Hard Core Java Rebel Team Tools


This talk assumes the basic familiarity with continuous integration or Jenkins

Kohsuke KawaguchiKohsuke Kawaguchi

I’m Kohsuke Kawaguchi. I’m a software engineer who enjoys writing code and solving problems. I have been working on a large number of open-source projects. I am probably best known as the creator of Jenkins, a continuous integration server. My projects span many different areas of the technology, but my main interest is around developer tools, XML, and web services in Java.