Thursday, August 15 • 12:25pm - 1:30pm
Jenkins / Jenkins X Demos *SLIDES AVAILABLE

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Grab your lunch and join us at the Jenkins community booth - Jenkins contributors will be demoing lessons learned, tips and tricks, and what's happening within the Jenkins project:
  • Results from the 2019 Jenkins Google Summer of Code - In 2019, the Jenkins project participated in the Google Summer of Code. This is an annual, international, program which encourages college-aged students to participate in open source projects during the summer break between classes. In 2019, we had dozens of applications and many student projects. In this session, we will showcase the students' projects and talk about what they bring to the Jenkins ecosystem [Martin D'Anjou]
  • Plugin Installation CLI Tool/Library - This talk will demo the new  plugin installation tool done as part of a Google Summer of Code project. It will show the CLI features and how the library has been incorporated into other areas of Jenkins. [Natasha Stopa]
  • Sysdig Secure Jenkins Plugin - Sysdig Secure is a container security platform that brings together docker image scanning and run-time protection to identify vulnerabilities, block threats, enforce compliance, and audit activity across your microservices. The Sysdig Secure Jenkins plugin can be used in a Pipeline job, or added as a build step to a Freestyle job, to automate the process of running an image analysis, evaluating custom policies against images, and performing security scans.  https://sysdig.com/products/secure/ [Marky Jackson]
  • Using React for plugin UI - Working hours plugin has a date driven UI which needed improvements not easily achievable in jelly. During this summer's Google Summer of Code, our student rewrote the UI in React, so that we could take advantage open source modules such as calendar pickers. I'll talk about how the student approached the UI, demonstrate the new UI, and talk about particular challenges we faced. [Jeff Pearce]
  • Jenkins GKE Plugin - In this demo we will showcase the Jenkins GKE plugin, newest addition to GCP’s suite of officially supported plugins. We’ll show how to leverage this plugin to deploy applications built in Jenkins pipelines to multiple clusters running in GKE. [Stephen Shank, Google]

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Martin D'Anjou

ASIC/FPGA Development Automation, Ciena
Martin is a long time Jenkins contributor.  Martin works on automation of ASIC/FPGA development will enable designs to be done faster, at a lower cost, and will bring uniformity across the EDA Tools and in the ASIC/FPGA industry. Designers time is too important to be wasted oncomplexit... Read More →
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Marky Jackson

Software Developer, Sysdig
 Marky is a developer. Lover of family and friends. Die hard San Francisco Giants fan.
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Jeff Pearce

Principal Architect, GoDaddy
Jeff is an architect on the GoDaddy domains team, and contributes to several Jenkins plugins,Including the Job and Stage Monitoring plugin and the Working Hours plugins.
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Stephen Shank

Software Engineer, Google
As a software engineer on the Cloud Graphite: Platforms team at Google, Stephen contributes to open source CI/CD integrations such as the Jenkins plugins which the team officially maintains. With the feedback and contributions from the Jenkins community he helps to continuously improve... Read More →
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Natasha Stopa

Master's Student, Penn State University
Natasha is a Master’s student at Penn State University. She was accepted to Google Summer of Code 2019 for a project on creating a plugin management tool. In her spare time she enjoys spending time outdoors, listening to podcasts and cuddling with her cat... Read More →

Thursday August 15, 2019 12:25pm - 1:30pm
Jenkins Community Booth in Expo Hall