The Jenkins open source continuous integration server now provides a “pipeline” scripting language which can define jobs that persist across server restarts, can be stored in a source code repository and can be versioned with the source code they are building. By defining the build and deployment pipeline in source code, teams can take full control of their build and deployment steps. The Docker project provides lightweight containers and a system for defining and managing those containers. The Jenkins pipeline and Docker containers are a great combination to improve the portability, reliability, and consistency of your build process.
This session will demonstrate Jenkins and Docker in the journey from continuous integration to DevOps.