Today, I’ll show Podman Jenkins agent assuming Jenkins runs on Kubernetes. We’ll see Podman agent’s Dockerfile and CI/CD pipeline using it.
Have you considered migration from Jenkins to GitLab? While working on CI/CD pipelines in Jenkins, you probably didn’t like coding them in Groovy. You wondered if any simpler CI/CD platform exists where you just have to worry about what commands to run in the pipelines. We’ll review important things to consider while planning migration from Jenkins to GitLab.
Today, I’ll demo CSI volumes in Kubernetes world. We’ll see what CSI volumes are, why to use them and what advantage CSI volumes give over regular Kubernetes volumes.
Jenkins docs suggest several ways to backup Jenkins home data. One of the easiest and mysterious ones is using file system snapshots. Luckily there’s a great tool –
Kopia which I’ll demo today. We’ll backup Jenkins controller’s data to S3 bucket on the cloud.
If you are a professional Kubernetes storage administrator you probably performed dynamic provisioning of
Kubernetes storage and avoided creating the volumes manually. We’ll see the motivation for dynamic storage provisioning and how using storage classes serves this purpose.
So you installed
Jenkins helm chart on
Kubernetes cluster. Now you want to build
Docker images. How would you do that? There are several ways. Today, we’ll focus on creating and using
Docker in Docker agent for that purpose.
Kubernetes ConfigMaps provide Kubernetes Pods with configuration information. How to create and use
ConfigMaps? What are
Kubernetes ConfigMaps concepts? Keep reading to find out.
What are Kubernetes volumes, their types and concepts behind them? We’ll cover all of that below. In addition, we’ll see practical demo of using Kubernetes volumes.
Several years ago I discovered how useful Docker might be for CI/CD using Jenkins. Now, time arrived to share that with you. You may say that it’s old news because there are a lot of new tools and technologies enabling CI/CD other than Jenkins. Nevertheless, many companies still do CI/CD using Jenkins. Additionally, they might use Docker for packaging the applications. Do their Jenkins instances run in Docker as well? Preferably, they do. If you feel it’s too much, don’t worry 🙂 I’ll showcase CI/CD of web app using Docker and Jenkins. Keep reading to find out more details 🙂
Have you ever been frustrated by the fact that Prometheus exporters don’t export the metrics you want? I was. So I wondered how easy it is to create a custom Prometheus exporter in Python. In fact, it’s very easy to build a new Prometheus exporter using Prometheus python client.
Therefore, we’ll develop custom Prometheus exporter in Python and show how to debug it fast. For this purpose, we’ll raise a fully functional Jenkins monitoring stack using docker.