My DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 Experience

Last week I had the privilege of attending DevOps World – Jenkins World in San Francisco to present my Google Summer of Code project for plugin management. It was an amazing experience getting to meet people from all over world who are trying to make the development and release process easier and more efficient. I Read more about My DevOps World – Jenkins World 2019 Experience[…]

Jenkins is accepted to Google Summer Of Code 2019!

On behalf of the Jenkins GSoC org team, I am happy to announce that the Jenkins project has been accepted to Google Summer of Code 2019. This year we invite students and mentors to join the Jenkins community and work together on enhancing the Jenkins ecosystem. Just to provide some numbers, this is the biggest Read more about Jenkins is accepted to Google Summer Of Code 2019![…]

Google Summer of Code 2019. Call for Project ideas and Mentors

Google Summer of Code is as program where students are paid a stipend by Google to work on a free open source project like Jenkins, at full-time for four months (May to August). Mentors get actively involved with students starting at the end of February when students start to apply (see the timeline). We are Read more about Google Summer of Code 2019. Call for Project ideas and Mentors[…]

Amazon SageMaker Neo – Train Your Machine Learning Models Once, Run Them Anywhere

Machine learning (ML) is split in two distinct phases: training and inference. Training deals with building the model, i.e. running a ML algorithm on a dataset in order to identify meaningful patterns. This often requires large amounts of storage and computing power, making the cloud a natural place to train ML jobs with services such Read more about Amazon SageMaker Neo – Train Your Machine Learning Models Once, Run Them Anywhere[…]

New – Amazon Route 53 Resolver for Hybrid Clouds

I distinctly remember the excitement I felt when I created my first Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) as a customer. I had just spent months building a similar environment on-premises and had been frustrated at the complicated setup. One of the immediate benefits that the VPC provided was a magical address at 10.0.0.2 where our EC2 Read more about New – Amazon Route 53 Resolver for Hybrid Clouds[…]

AWS Quest 2: Reaching Las Vegas

Hey AWS Questers and puzzlehunters! We’ve reached the last day of AWS Quest: The Road to re:Invent! Ozz has made it from Seattle to Las Vegas—after taking the long way via Sydney, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, Mumbai, Stockholm, Cape Town, Paris, London, Sao Paulo, New York City, Toronto, and Mexico City. Now in Vegas, Ozz plans Read more about AWS Quest 2: Reaching Las Vegas[…]

Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit 2018

This year, the Jenkins organization participated in the Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit at the Google office in Sunnyvale on Oct 12, 13 and 14, 2018. The GSoC Mentor Summit is where mentors of all organizations participating in the GSoC program are invited each year to learn and network with mentors from other organization, Read more about Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit 2018[…]

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[…]

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[…]