Managing Jenkins Artifacts with the Azure Artifact Manager Plugin

Jenkins stores all generated artifacts on the master server filesystem. This presents a couple of challenges especially when you try to run Jenkins in the cloud: As the number of artifacts grow, your Jenkins master will run out of disk space. Eventually, performance can be impacted. Frequent transfer of files between agents and master may Read more about Managing Jenkins Artifacts with the Azure Artifact Manager Plugin[…]

A Big Step of the Chinese Localization

Since 2017, I started to do some contributions to the Jenkins community. As a beginner, translation might be the easiest way to help the project. You don’t need to understand the whole context, even to create a ticket in the issue tracker system. Improvement of localization usually is minor. But some problems occurred soon, there Read more about A Big Step of the Chinese Localization[…]

Jenkins is joining the Continuous Delivery Foundation

Today Linux Foundation, along with CloudBees, Google, and a number of other companies, launched a new open-source software foundation called Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF.) The CDF believes in the power of Continuous Delivery, and it aims to foster and sustain the ecosystem of open-source, vendor neutral projects. Jenkins contributors have decided that our project should Read more about Jenkins is joining the Continuous Delivery Foundation[…]