I have to admit I love Jenkins and it’s a pretty awesome tool, but sometimes you need a change. Whether its because you want to try something new or have a new workflow then you might need an alternate to Jenkins. In this post, I cover 5 of the most popular alternatives to Jenkins.
You might be wondering what a post about deep learning is doing on a blog dedicated to devops and cloud. And indeed this may seem like a tangent at first, but I have a good explanation. I spent some time this evening pondering the future. I know that microservices and devops are all the rage right now, but that is what is happening right now. I wanted to take a mental exersize in thinking about what our kids might be doing along the lines of deploying software solutions and how different their IT world will be. And to see if we could possible bring any of that to fruition today.
Kubernetes 1.4 was released today with many new setup and usability enhancements. Kubernetes has received much fanfare since its release to general availability in July of 2015. The latest release adds many new features that will a lot of admins will appreciate.