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pipeline - Pipeline is a package to build multi-staged concurrent workflows with a centralized logging output

  •    Go

A package to build multi-staged concurrent workflows with a centralized logging output. The package could be used to define and execute CI/CD tasks(either sequential or concurrent). A tool with similar goals would be Jenkins Pipeline. However, compared to Jenkins Pipeline, this package has fewer constructs since the logic is specified in code, as opposed to a Jenkinsfile.

jenkins-os - Groovy pipeline jobs that build and test Container Linux with Jenkins

  •    Groovy

The Jenkins jobs that build and test Container Linux are implemented as Pipeline projects. The Groovy code that defines these jobs, the initialization procedure, and utility library functions is found here.Each Container Linux build starts from the os/manifest job with a manifest defined in a Git repository. Jenkins takes one of these manifests, possibly modifies it for development builds, and uploads the final version to a Git repository of build manifests.

performance-plugin - Performance Test Running and Reporting for Jenkins CI

  •    Java

This plugin allows tracking performance KPIs, based on results read from popular testing tools (JMeter, JUnit, Taurus).




pipeline-aws-plugin - Jenkins Pipeline Step Plugin for AWS

  •    Java

This plugins adds Jenkins pipeline steps to interact with the AWS API. the withAWS step provides authorization for the nested steps. You can provide region and profile information or let Jenkins assume a role in another or the same AWS account. You can mix all parameters in one withAWS block.

plot-plugin - Jenkins plot plugin

  •    Java

This plugin provides generic plotting (or graphing) capabilities in Jenkins. The master branch is the primary development branch.


jenkins-pipeline - :chart_with_upwards_trend: Learn how to implement container technologies with your Jenkins CI/CD workflows to make them easier to manage in this tutorial

  •    Java

This repository is a tutorial it tries to exemplify how to automatically manage the process of building, testing with the highest coverage, and deployment phases. Since one of the goals is to obtain the sonarqube report of our project, we should be able to access sonarqube from the jenkins service. Docker compose is a best choice to run services working together. We configure our application services in a yaml file as below.

jenkins-dry-in-pipelines - Some useful generic funcions to use with Shared Libraries feature of Jenkins Pipelines

  •    Groovy

In software engineering, don't repeat yourself (DRY) is a principle of software development aimed at reducing repetition of all kinds. The documentation with available functions can be found here.

jenkins-pipeline-examples - Example declarative pipelines for Jenkins

  •    Groovy

This repository contains example declarative pipelines and shared libraries (found in the vars directory) for Jenkins (http://jenkins.io). This example pipeline reads the pom.xml file in the project's root directory and outputs the project's version number using echo.

hpe-application-automation-tools-plugin - Jenkins plugin to run HP Application Automation tools

  •    Java

The plugin integrates Jenkins with the following HPE products - Service Virtualization, LoadRunner, Performance Center, Unified Functional Testing, QuickTest Professional, Service Test, Mobile Center, Application Lifecycle Management and Application Lifecycle Management Octane.

jenkinsfile_cookbook_pipeline - Example Jenkinsfile and Explaination for Chef Cookbook Development

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With the revamping of Jenkins 2.0 and Blue Ocean, having a "drop in" cookbook development Jenkins job seemed like a no brainer. This is a generic enough drop in example with only a couple tweaks to make it work in your environment. This file was verified against the sudo cookbook from the chef-cookbooks GitHub repository. It's supported by the Awesome Chef Community Engineering team, and normally is verified via Travis. The Travis workflow works awesome in a public setting, but this Jenkinsfile is a way to bring that same workflow in house. I chose the Docker workflow to help create a quick disposable environment, so you have a "clean" test bed every time you run your Pipeline.

hesperides-jenkins-lib - Shared lib for Jenkins pipelines to interact with Hesperides

  •    Groovy

This is a Groovy shared lib for Jenkins 2 pipelines, but also useable as a Groovy command-line script. In "Manage Jenkins > Configure System" aka /jenkins/configure, adds the git@... URL to this repo in Global Pipeline Libraries, and ticks the "load implicitly" checkbox. You can use either the master branch to use the latest version, or specify a tag to ensure more stability.

server - This is server side api for CocoaHeads Russia app

  •    Swift

This a server side api for CocoaHeads Russia app. It was built with Swift and backed by Vapor. These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.

pipeline-library - Jenkins shared library for use with pipeline-as-code

  •    Groovy

Jenkins shared library for use with pipeline-as-code. You can use (parts of) this library in you Jenkinsfile.

asoc-devops-tooling - This project will provide DevOps automation in the form of snippets, sample apps, and plugins in support of integrating with IBM Application Security on Cloud for automated security scans of software projects using popular tools and frameworks across the DevOps landscape

  •    Groovy

This project will provide DevOps automation in the form of snippets, sample apps, and plugins in support of integrating with IBM Application Security on Cloud for automated security scans of software projects using popular tools and frameworks across the DevOps landscape. SaaS solution helping teams perform static, dynamic and mobile application security testing in the Cloud, letting you detect and fix security vulnerabilities early in the DevOps pipeline.

ods-jenkins-shared-library - Shared Jenkins library which all generated projects use - including hot environment provision, code scanning, Nexus publishing

  •    Groovy

This library allows to have a minimal Jenkinsfile in each repository by providing all language-agnostic build aspects. The goal is to duplicate as little as possible between repositories and have an easy way to ship updates to all projects. The shared library does not impose which Git workflow you use. Whether you use git-flow, GitHub flow or a custom workflow, it is possible to configure the shared library according to your needs. There are just two settings to control everything: branchToEnvironmentMapping and autoCloneEnvironmentsFromSourceMapping.

cheatsheet-jenkins-groovy-A4 - :book: Groovy CheatSheet For Jenkins Usage In A4

  •    Groovy

File me Issues or star this repo. License: Code is licensed under MIT License.