Jenkins as a back-end
I have had the honor of being invited as a speaker to Jenkins User Conference 2018 in Tel Aviv, Israel to talk about how Jenkins can be used as a sort-of backend for jobs and queues.
Unfortunately in the video recording they used the presentation without triggering the animations. If you want to see them, follow along with the slides above.
Automate all the things? But when you can't, why not pass them to other people? In this presentation I'll be talking about the history of our deployment process and how this got simplified by leveraging Jenkins parametrized jobs and custom front-ends to create tools used by project managers and stakeholders. From editing config files to deploy, to clickable solutions.