• JAM #8 @Taboola - Data-Driven DevOps for Faster Delivery Flows

    Another Jenkins Area Meetup at the wonderful Taboola offices. It's floor 32! This time the Taboolars will be sharing some details about the advanced CI/CD processes they've built over the years. Schedule: 18:30-19:00 - Mingling 19:00-19:40 : First Talk 19:40-19:50 : Break 19:50-20:30 : Second Talk And look at the agenda! Speaker: * Dave Ezrakhovich (Taboola) Title: * DevOps Data Collection: It's a Small World After All Summary: What if you had a system that enabled you to see your entire DevOps process end-to-end from a small, single Commit all the way to roll out? What if you could use this system to understand where to improve and what went wrong, to go from THINKING to KNOWING? Taboola DevOps has coded this dream to a reality. Speaker: * Tidhar Klein Orbach (Taboola) Title: * Let's make it faster - Ideas and tips for boosting development cycle Summary: There are many places that we can save time in the process of software development. In the following session, we’ll deep dive to the development process and search for ideas that can make you develop and deliver faster.

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  • Explore CloudBees Enterprise Offering with Adrian Waters and get Groovy!

    We love opensource because it's open, flexible and free. But paid software has its benefits too. After all - we're all software professionals who like to get paid for the software we create. I'm sure many of us have asked ourselves - is there something about the CloudBees Enterprise Jenkins offering that would justify putting it on our company budget? Would it save us valuable time and effort? Now we have the opportunity to ask all the hard questions firsthand. Adrian Waters of CloudBees is coming to provide the answers. The Schedule: 18:30 - 19:00 Mingling, snacks and drinks sponsored by AOL. 19:00 - 19:40: Adrian Waters - How CloudBees delivers Jenkins to support DevOps for the Enterprise An educational session to explore how CloudBees extends Jenkins to support secure, scalable and manageable deployments across the Enterprise to underpin your DevOps initiatives. Adrian is a Solutions Architect at CloudBees. Throughout his career he has been responsible for managing the development and deployment of many complex mission critical applications, ranging from commercial to embedded and real-time systems. This includes the adoption of continuous integration and deployment methodologies long before the terms came to the fore. 19:40 - 19:50: coffee break, special treat sponsored by ESL 19:50 - 20:30: Ivan Nesmyanov - Using Groovy in Pipelines, Scripts and DSL Topics: Introduction to groovy in general Jenkins Script Console (Jenkins Groovy) Job DSL Groovy remarks Scripted Pipeline groovy remarks Declarative Pipeline groovy remarks • What to bring All your questions and doubts regarding Jenkins Enterprise.

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  • TLV JAM #6 at Nielsen

    Nielsen Offices

    Hi folks! TLV JAM #6 will be hosted in the brand new Azrieli Sarona tower at the beautiful offices of Nielsen. 18:30 - 19:00 : Pizzas and Beer (don't be late!) 19:00 - 19:30 - Aviel Buskila of Nielsen will be talking about their new CI using all the goodies of Jenkins2 + CDC. 19:30 - 19:50 - Yoram Michaeli of Tikal will talk about building reusable pipelines with shared libraries. 20:00 - 20:20 - Anton Weiss of Otomato (http://otomato.link) will discuss integrating Jenkins with Codefresh for easy Kubernetes deployments. 20: 20 - 20:45 - Ivan Nesmeyanov will be bringing even more Jenkins Groovy goodness to the table. Hope to see you all there.

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  • TLV JAM #5 - Enterprise Jenkins, DSL and migration to 2.x

    Bank HaPoalim Offices

    Hi Jenkins friends! Out 5th JAM will be hosted at the beautiful offices of HaPoalim Bank IT department in Tel Aviv. Agenda: • Our Journey to Enterprise Continuous Integration Presented by: Avitsadok Tsadok (Bank HaPoalim) • Code First Configuration with Job Dsl And Pipelines Presented by: Ivan Nesmeyanov (E8 Storage) • Jenkins Upgrade from 1.x to 2.x Presented by Mor Ljab (AOL, TLV JAM organiser) Looking forward to see everyone! Make sure to follow our twitter account at https://twitter.com/jenkinsciTLV

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  • Jenkins TLV Area Meetup #4 - plugins, performance, groovy and more!

    On September 11th we will gather in the beautiful Taboola offices to talk about Jenkins and Continuous Delivery. No vendor pitches this time around - only pure community-driven Jenkins content from the trenches. The first 2 talks have already been confirmed! Here they are: ========================================================= Why does my Jenkins freeze sometimes and what can I do about it? Tidhar Klein Orbach After getting frustrated with Jenkins getting slow or even stuck occasionally, I decided to investigate the root cause for that bad performance. In this talk I will show my findings about that issue (hint: GC), how Jenkins performance can be easily improved by tuning the JVM GC and a few exciting tools I've discovered along the way. Speaker Bio: Tidhar is a Devops engineer @ Taboola with 6 years of experience in making software development processes easier and faster. His experience includes mastering Jenkins pipelines, plugins and administration, building with maven and gradle, scripting in groovy, python, bash, Java and selenium automation development, and playing with lots of other tools and technologies. Tidhar is curious about new tech, improvements and how they can make developers’ life easier. ========================================================= Jenkins Plugin Discovery Oren BarAd When starting Working with Jenkins, the most important thing is understanding how to install and use relevant Plugins. This is true even for those who have used Jenkins for a long time, as plugins are updated, and new plugins are released.The Talk will cover the use of Jenkins from a new Developer perspective - and how to setup a Jenkins server with the relevant plugins for the workflow, how Plugins are discovered, how to add them to Jenkins, and integrating them into the Jenkins CI/CD flow. Speaker Bio: Working as a Android developer from 2009, worked in AVG as the mobile Security Team Leader, and Later Architect. Worked as the lead developer on an App that reached over 100M users around the world. Knows a bit of Java and python. Some Groovy - mostly from Gradle point of view. Started working with Jenkins in the last 3 months. ========================================================= Code First Configuration with Job Dsl And Pipelines Ivan Nesmeyanov Lately, I did a lot of progress in jenkins pipelines/job dsl/ auto bootstrap and configuration as a code. (push for change jenkins). I'd like to share my experience with the meetup group. Speaker Bio: Ivan is a senior software engineer. Currently serves as a "DevOps" at E8 Storage. ========================================================= Thanks to Taboola for hosting this meetup. And - they are hiring: http://careers.taboola.com/Ramat%20Gan

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  • Testing and Deploying with Jenkins

    AOL office - Floor 36

    Come and join us to learn more about doing testing and artefact deployment in Jenkins workflows. Eyal Ben Moshe - JFrog ecosystem team leader will tell us about APIs for Jenkins and Artifactory and Jason Wides, Jason has over 20 years experience in both software development and system management. He is currently Devops & Customer Success manager at SeaLights. He will give a talk called: "Deploying to production with your eyes open" presenting new test quality metrics and a sample of how its done with Jenkins. After the talks we're also planning an open Q&A session, so please bring your questions and themes for discussion. And while we're at it - please go ahead and fill out this survey to help us build the JUC TLV 2017 (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jenkins-user-conference-2017-israel-tlv-david-inter-continental-tickets-32226522396?aff=JenkinsTLVMeetup) agenda and have a chance of winning a free ticket to the event: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KFMK5GH

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  • Jenkins 2.0 & Beyond Pipelines with Jenkins Founder - Kohsuke Kawaguchi (KK)

    This is a joint Meetup event with JFrog Meetup. You can find this event on their page here (http://www.meetup.com/JFrog-Israel-Meetups/events/231768648/?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTWpreU5tVTBNVGRpWkRkaCIsInQiOiJkZUVPMHFadm5jWUZoNUtVNktVNUw0eE9DYjZiaEd2WjZRcjFNWXNFMWtcL0VVVmM1NVpQSmdwOG1vejdiWTg2a1BwODc4d1RYR1N0VUliSWpndU1nOUYxYWpreDZhNDc2NHBcL2lGK2tUTGljPSJ9). We're thrilled to have Jenkins Creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi (KK) for an open discussion about Jenkins 2.0, pipeline management and other new features. Join us for Beer, Pizza and tech talks with KK Agenda: 5:30-6:00pm // Gathering 6:00-6:45pm // Jenkins 2.0 / Kohsuke Kawaguchi (KK) 6:45-7:30pm // Advanced use cases / JFrog’s tech team. 7:15-8pm // Networking Come share your Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery best practices, exchange ideas and build your network. See you there!

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  • Jenkins TLV - Initial Commit

    Location visible to members

    Dear Jenkins Enthusiasts! The time has come for our very first meetup. It's especially relevant now that Jenkins 2.0 beta version is out. For this session we will have 3 presentations and one quick demo: Mor Lajb (Build Manager, AOL Israel) will tell us about: "Auto-scaling Development Environment at AOL with Jenkins , Sonar , Github & Amazon" Evgeny Zislis (CTO and co-founder at Devops Israel) will be talking about: "Automating Jenkins to Automate everything else" David Cohen (Product Manager at ALM Toolbox) will be demonstrating a new performance monitoring & alerting tool for Jenkins Anton Weiss (DevOps Evangelist and Enabler at Otomato) will do the: "Unboxing Jenkins 2.0 - what's in he box?" Please note the number of seats is limited, so try to only RSVP if you are actually planning to attend. On the other hand - if we see a lot of attendees, we will look into changing to a larger venue. The meetup venue, hot and cold drinks and light snacks will be kindly provided by AOL Israel. Looking forward to see you all in person!

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