Jenkins-as-code: comparing job-dsl and Pipelines

In the previous post in this series, I covered my favorite development-time helper: running job scripts from the command line. In this post, I’ll cover the differences between job-dsl and Pipelines, and how I currently see the two living together in the Jenkins ecosystem. job-dsl refresher If you’re coming into this post directly, without reading the preceding articles in the series, I strongly encourage you to start at the start and then come back. For the rest of you, a quick refresher: job-dsl is a way of creating Jenkins jobs with code instead of the GUI. Here’s a very simple example: View the code … Continue reading Jenkins-as-code: comparing job-dsl and Pipelines