WebSocket

I am happy to report that JEP-222 has landed in Jenkins weeklies, starting in 2.217. This improvement brings experimental WebSocket support to Jenkins, available when connecting inbound agents or when running the CLI. The WebSocket protocol allows bidirectional, streaming communication over an HTTP(S) port. While many users of Jenkins could benefit, implementing this system was Read more about WebSocket[…]

Remoting over Apache Kafka 2.0: Built-in Kubernetes support

I am Long Nguyen from FPT University, Vietnam. My project for Google Summer of Code 2019 is Remoting over Apache Kafka with Kubernetes features. After a successful Phase 1, finally the 2.0 version of the plugin has been released. The 2.0 version provides seamless integration with Kubernetes environment. 2.0 version features Start a simple Apache Read more about Remoting over Apache Kafka 2.0: Built-in Kubernetes support[…]

Remoting over Apache Kafka plugin with Kafka launcher in Kubernetes

I am Long Nguyen from FPT University, Vietnam. My project for Google Summer of Code 2019 is Remoting over Apache Kafka with Kubernetes features. This is the first time I have contributed for Jenkins and I am very excited to announce the features that have been done in Phase 1. Project Introduction Current version of Read more about Remoting over Apache Kafka plugin with Kafka launcher in Kubernetes[…]

Remoting-based CLI removed from Jenkins

Close to two years ago, we announced in New, safer CLI in 2.54 that the traditional “Remoting” operation mode of the Jenkins command-line interface was being deprecated for a variety of reasons, especially its very poor security record. Today in Jenkins 2.165 support for this mode is finally being removed altogether, in both the server Read more about Remoting-based CLI removed from Jenkins[…]