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New Terraform Providers: F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud, and Helm

We are pleased to announce that F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud and Helm providers are now available for HashiCorp Terraform. This blog will detail the new providers and include links to additional resources. Terraform Providers F5 Networks F5 Networks is an application delivery solutions company based in Seattle, WA. F5 focuses on helping firms securely Read more about New Terraform Providers: F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud, and Helm[…]

What to Expect at the Jenkins Contributor Summit

The Jenkins Contributor summit is where the current and future contributors of the Jenkins project get together. This summit will be on Tuesday, October 23rd 2018 in Nice, France just before Jenkins World. What should those planning on joining expect at the event? Earlier this year in September we had a contributor summit in San Read more about What to Expect at the Jenkins Contributor Summit[…]

Now Live: First Observability Practitioners Summit Schedule is Jam-Packed

Are you planning to attend KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Seattle, and want a deep dive into all things monitoring and observability? Arrive early so that you can attend the first-ever Observability Practitioners Summit – sponsored by LightStep – on Monday, December 10! A part of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Community Events Day, the Observability Practitioners Summit is Read more about Now Live: First Observability Practitioners Summit Schedule is Jam-Packed[…]

Vagrant 2.2.0

We are pleased to announce the release of Vagrant 2.2.0. Vagrant is a tool for building and distributing development environments. The highlight of this release is the introduction of Vagrant Cloud command line tool. DOWNLOAD NOW This release of Vagrant includes a handful of bug fixes and improvements. Notable updates in this release include: Vagrant Read more about Vagrant 2.2.0[…]

Build your own Jenkins! Introducing Custom WAR/Docker Packager

I would like to introduce Custom WAR Packager – a new tool for Jenkins administrators and developers. This tool allows packaging custom Jenkins distributions as WAR files, Docker images and Jenkinsfile Runner bundles. This tool allows packaging Jenkins, plugins, and configurations in a ready-to-fly distribution. Custom WAR packager is a part of the Ephemeral Jenkins Read more about Build your own Jenkins! Introducing Custom WAR/Docker Packager[…]

New – Managed Databases for Amazon Lightsail

Amazon Lightsail makes it easy for you to get started with AWS. You choose the operating system (and optional application) that you want to run, pick an instance plan, and create an instance, all in a matter of minutes. Lightsail offers low, predictable pricing, with instance plans that include compute power, storage, and data transfer: Read more about New – Managed Databases for Amazon Lightsail[…]

CNCF and BVP Host Discussions with Leading Open Source Contributors and End Users

This blog was originally posted on the Bessemer Venture Partners Blog. Bessemer was proud to partner with the CNCF to host an evening devoted to discussion around exciting new open source infrastructure projects and best practices for enterprises making the cloud native transformation. Given the high concentration of financial services firms in NYC, we were Read more about CNCF and BVP Host Discussions with Leading Open Source Contributors and End Users[…]

Blog: 2018 Steering Committee Election Results

Authors: Jorge Castro (Heptio), Ihor Dvoretskyi (CNCF), Paris Pittman (Google) Results The Kubernetes Steering Committee Election is now complete and the following candidates came ahead to secure two year terms that start immediately: Aaron Crickenberger, Google, @spiffxp Davanum Srinivas, Huawei, @dims Tim St. Clair, Heptio, @timothysc Big Thanks! Steering Committee Member Emeritus Quinton Hoole for Read more about Blog: 2018 Steering Committee Election Results[…]

Jenkins in Google Summer of Code 2018. Results

It has been a while since the last blogpost about Google Summer of Code in Jenkins. GSoC 2018 has officially finished on August 23, and we had a Jenkins Online Meetup where we had final presentations of the GSoC projects. It is never late to provide more context, so I would like to summarize the Read more about Jenkins in Google Summer of Code 2018. Results[…]

Jenkins Hackathons in October

Traditionally there are a lot of events happening in the Jenkins organization in Autumn. I would like to share some information about the upcoming hackathons. Online Event: Hacktoberfest As you probably know, there is an ongoing Hacktoberfest event. The Jenkins project is participating in it and everybody is welcome to contribute to Jenkins as a Read more about Jenkins Hackathons in October[…]