Madyson  Reilly

Madyson Reilly

1602880380

Multibranch Pipeline(With Github-webhook)

Before starting with a multibranch pipeline using jenkins. Lets first see what is jenkins.

Jenkins: Is a free and open-source automation server or we can say it tool. It helps to automate the parts of software development related to building, testing and deploying, facilitating continuous integration and continuous delivery.

So we can say that jenkins is a tool which is used to create a CI-CD pipeline for our application.

We are not going to discuss about the Jenkins over here in detail . We are going to see how multibranch pipeline can be created using jenkins and how to trigger multibranch pipline automaticaly whenever new commit or pushe’s or pr is generated.

If you hav no idea about jenkins and you want learn , you can refer HERE

Let’s start with the Multibranch Pipeline:

Mutibranch Pipeline:

WHY ?

Let’s first disscuss undersatnd why we need multibranch pipeline. As whenever we create a simple pipeline we are able to work on the single branch that we specify in the pipeline , the default one master. So imagine we have multiple enviroment and need to deploy application on those environment i.e test, develop and production. So in that case will you create the multiple single-branch pipeline ? (i.e one for test, one for develop and master)

Ans: No .

WHAT ?

So the solution for above case is Multibranch pipeline. Multibranch pipeline allows to create a single pipeline for the differant branches. So whenever you hit a particular branch , the pipeline get start to execute for that branch only(i.e execute the stages you specify in your jenkinsfile)

#devops #jenkins #github webhook #multibranch pipeline #webhook trigger

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Multibranch Pipeline(With Github-webhook)
Madyson  Reilly

Madyson Reilly

1602880380

Multibranch Pipeline(With Github-webhook)

Before starting with a multibranch pipeline using jenkins. Lets first see what is jenkins.

Jenkins: Is a free and open-source automation server or we can say it tool. It helps to automate the parts of software development related to building, testing and deploying, facilitating continuous integration and continuous delivery.

So we can say that jenkins is a tool which is used to create a CI-CD pipeline for our application.

We are not going to discuss about the Jenkins over here in detail . We are going to see how multibranch pipeline can be created using jenkins and how to trigger multibranch pipline automaticaly whenever new commit or pushe’s or pr is generated.

If you hav no idea about jenkins and you want learn , you can refer HERE

Let’s start with the Multibranch Pipeline:

Mutibranch Pipeline:

WHY ?

Let’s first disscuss undersatnd why we need multibranch pipeline. As whenever we create a simple pipeline we are able to work on the single branch that we specify in the pipeline , the default one master. So imagine we have multiple enviroment and need to deploy application on those environment i.e test, develop and production. So in that case will you create the multiple single-branch pipeline ? (i.e one for test, one for develop and master)

Ans: No .

WHAT ?

So the solution for above case is Multibranch pipeline. Multibranch pipeline allows to create a single pipeline for the differant branches. So whenever you hit a particular branch , the pipeline get start to execute for that branch only(i.e execute the stages you specify in your jenkinsfile)

#devops #jenkins #github webhook #multibranch pipeline #webhook trigger

Edison  Stark

Edison Stark

1603861600

How to Compare Multiple GitHub Projects with Our GitHub Stats tool

If you have project code hosted on GitHub, chances are you might be interested in checking some numbers and stats such as stars, commits and pull requests.

You might also want to compare some similar projects in terms of the above mentioned stats, for whatever reasons that interest you.

We have the right tool for you: the simple and easy-to-use little tool called GitHub Stats.

Let’s dive right in to what we can get out of it.

Getting started

This interactive tool is really easy to use. Follow the three steps below and you’ll get what you want in real-time:

1. Head to the GitHub repo of the tool

2. Enter as many projects as you need to check on

3. Hit the Update button beside each metric

In this article we are going to compare three most popular machine learning projects for you.

#github #tools #github-statistics-react #github-stats-tool #compare-github-projects #github-projects #software-development #programming

Obie  Rowe

Obie Rowe

1596108720

GIT Branching and Merging with Jenkins Multibranch Pipeline

The concept of branching and merging in Source Code Management tools like GIT is very important for delivering larger and complex applications. Branching is required in order to achieve a parallel or concurrent development of the code. Too many branches may make development very complex or too few may hinder faster development. The right branching strategy makes it easier to deliver the code especially for teams working in agile, which involves a multi-developer environment with shorter delivery time, without stepping over each other’s code.

Now, let’s talk about the evil twin of branching – the merge. Merging the code as early and as often as possible, corresponds to a step closer towards achieving Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.

In this article, we will discuss the branching and merging strategy using GIT which will work well for agile teams. We will also see how Jenkins Multibranch Pipeline compliments it to give a seamless Continuous Integration experience.

Below are the things we will discuss in this article:

Why GIT?

The main advantage of GIT is that the concept of branching and merging is extremely cheap and simple. Hence branching and merging the source code need not be scary anymore.

Below are a few other advantages of GIT.

Distributed Version control: In GIT, every developer has a copy of the entire repository with the entire history of changes. As a result, it will allow developers to work productively resulting in faster development. This is because there is no need to communicate with a central server every time

##backtobasics #continuous integration #devops #source code management #branching #ci #git #github #jenkins #merging #multibranch #pipeline #scm #shell #sourcecode

Obie  Rowe

Obie Rowe

1598479440

How To Automatically Transition Jira Issues Using a Github Webhook

What’s this all about eh?

One of the perks of my job is that on the last Friday of every month we get to work on our hack of choice, as long as it is in some way work related - come join us 👋

We use Github for our repos and Jira for project management. This pairing offers some nice functionality through the use of third-party add-ons such as GitHub for Jira which allow us to add pull request context to Jira issues.

Jira supports many workflow transitions out-of-the-box including the following:

- Pull Request created

- Branch created

- Commit created

- Review rejected

See the full list at confluence.atlassian.com

Our Work Setup 💻

Our Jira Workflows are quite involved but for us developers our primary focus is on the following Jira workflow transition states:

- In Development

- Ready for UI review

- Ready for review (Dev)

- Ready for QA

As part of a busy team there’s the inevitable context switching and we have many responsibilities including:

- Performing due diligence on new functionality

- PR reviews within our team

- Feature planning and development

- Bug fixing

- Mentoring

- etc.

Once our PRs have passed UI approval we then assign two Dev reviewers from within our team and transition the Jira ticket to Ready for review.

Reviews can take time for many reasons including the size of the feature, the amount of feedback, changes requested, and the number of PRs we have on the go at a given point in time; it can be difficult to notice when one has been granted the required number of approving Dev reviews and to manually then move the associated Jira ticket to the next stage in the workflow (Pull Panda can be hugely beneficial in this area, it’s a must-have for any large team).

#aws-lambda #lambda #aws #jira #slack #github #webhook #jira-to-github

Ronel  Ramos

Ronel Ramos

1620363180

Automatically Trigger Jenkins Jobs Using Github WebHook | Jenkins Integration With Github Webhook

In this video, I will show you how to trigger the Jenkins jobs automatically using GitHub webhooks.

Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/Mukeshotwani/featured

#jenkins #github #webhook