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James Strachan
Created Groovy & Apache Camel. Works for on Jenkins X automated CI/CD for Kubernetes.
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James Strachan 6h
a storage class is the kubernetes way to avoid having to create N PVs by hand; the otheer option is create 10 PVs?
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James Strachan 7h
Jenkins X requires a storageclass and a working Ingress; other than that it should work on pretty much any k8s cluster with enough capacity
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James Strachan 17h
you could try minikube?
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olblak Jan 15
If you are new to Jenkins If you haven't used Jenkins for a while If you want to learn about a powerful CI/CD tool for microservices and Kubernetes Joins us the First of February 2019. =>
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Jenkins X Jan 15
happy birthday to me! huge thanks to all those who've contributed to making the first year of Jenkins X so awesome! take my wow!
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Vincent Behar Jan 15
I wanted to start blogging a little, and my first post on 's blog got republished on 's blog: No pressure for the second one ;-)
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Richard Padilla Jan 14
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James Strachan Jan 14
Replying to @jgrafton
would love to use TestGrid! Even if the source is not yet available are there usable docker images?
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James Strachan Jan 14
do you have a favourite test report generator for browsing test results across different sets of test suites and test runs over time? ideally OSS if possible taking, say, `junit.xml` files or whatnot as input?
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Detlef Burkhardt 🚀 Jan 14
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James Strachan Jan 14
BTW also see: if you are interested in automated CI/CD I'd recommend looking first at Jenkins X as fabric8 for CI/CD on kubernetes has been dead for over a year
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James Strachan Jan 13
you could use a branch or folder per Environment but it’s usually easier to have separate Governance with separate repos (eg who can merge, how many checks & balances required for Production versus Staging etc
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James Strachan Jan 13
great article on using and extending Preview Environments with Jenkins X keep up the great work Michal
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James Strachan Jan 12
Replying to @ianmiell @jakekorab
Jenkins X notifications are done in your git provider (eg comments on PRs for Previews or on Issues when they hit Staging or Production). Slack bot coming soon. Also has a vault operator for Secrets
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James Strachan Jan 12
Replying to @ianmiell @jakekorab
Jenkins X: automates CI+CD for your k8s apps, promoting releases through Staging -> Production via GitOps and generates Preview Environments on each Pull Request so your team can review changes fast while keeping master clean. Also develop fast in DevPods
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Claus Ibsen Jan 11
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James Strachan Jan 12
Replying to @derekcollison
it’s one of the reasons I love kubernetes: it’s like posix for the cloud and helps make cloud providers more like cattle and less like pets with lots of lock-in proprietary APIs
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James Strachan Jan 11
as more code moves out of OSS to restricted licenses or proprietary open core addons, its not going to be possible for cloud vendors to contribute
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James Strachan Jan 10
though OSS vendors are now moving away from OSS via license restrictions, open core or SaaS (which tend to use internal proprietary code) - because of AWS’s new trend of monetise popular OSS
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James Strachan Jan 10
not sure what ‘OSS is eating the cloud means’ really. My take is more: Cloud vendors are monetising OSS forcing OSS vendors to monetise via SaaS or commercial addons which tends to reduce the OSS contributions of all involved as the amount of commercial SaaS/addon code increases
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