User Friendly Ways to Create Pipelines

Jenkins Online Meetup
Jenkins Online Meetup
Public group


This meetup is devoted to Pipeline development and will be beneficial to Jenkins users of all levels.

WHERE: This YouTube Live Event (
(Recording will be available on YouTube shortly after the event)

WHEN: Wednesday February 15 @ 8am PST (

Q&A / Chat on #jenkins IRC Channel
(Reminder: Various discussions takes place on this channel at the same time, for questions specific to this event - mark your question with *O-JAM during the event)

8:00 - 8:15am Introducing Pipeline and the New Declarative Syntax [Patrick Wolf] (
Pipeline allows users to define end-to-end delivery continuous delivery pipelines as part of their application code and was a major feature in the long-awaited release of Jenkins 2.x in early 2016. The release of Declarative Pipeline syntax extends all of the benefits of Pipeline to every user in Jenkins regardless of expertise.

8:15 - 8:45am Building you First Pipeline [Andrew Bayer] (
An intro to Declarative and a step by step demo to guide you putting together a first Pipeline assuming basic knowledge of Jenkins and Freestyle builds. Highlights: Agent, Stages, Steps, Tools, Environment and Post

8:45 - 9:15am Building a More Advanced Pipeline[Bobby Sandell]
Highlights: Docker agents, Shared workspace for Docker, Credentials.

9:15 - 9:45am Graphical Pipeline Editor (Blue Ocean) Preview [Keith Zantow] (
The Blue Ocean Pipeline Editor allows for easy visual editing of Declarative Pipeline syntax. Along with the Pipeline Model Definition plugin release, there will be a preview of the Pipeline Editor, which allows for graphical editing and creation of pipeline scripts, including dynamic step editing and import/export of Declarative Pipeline syntax.

9:45am Close