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About the Book

About the Author

Gábor Szabó
Gábor Szabó

Gabor Szabo has been programming for more than 30 years in a number of languages and in various environments. He used to do DevOps before there was a name for it.

These days he usually helps companies improve their engineering practices by providing training, introducing test automation, CI, CD. Sometimes this includes building internal web sites. Gabor also loves explaining things and provides training to his clients.

He also has a number of websites. Each one using a different technology.

Gabor runs the Code Maven site where he write about lots of different technologies such as Python, Golang, Jenkins, Continuous Integration, etc.

Gabor has been writing Perl since 1995 and teaching it since 2000. He is the author of the Perl Maven site including the Perl Tutorial. He has taught web development with Perl Dancer many time including at Perl Conferences in Europe and USA. Gabor is the chief editor of the Perl Weekly newsletter.

The Code And Talk and Pydigger sites use Python Flask.

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Table of Contents

    • About the book
    • Preface
    • Changes
      • v0.04 2019-04-06
      • v0.03 2018-08-23
      • v0.02 2018-08-21
      • v0.01 2018-08-20
  • Articles
    • Jenkins
      • Jenkins
      • Install Jenkins on Ubuntu
      • Jenkins Pipeline - Hello World
      • Jenkins Pipeline: running external programs with sh or bat
      • Jenkins Pipeline: Send e-mail notifications
      • Jenkins Pipeline: Add some text to the job using shortText
      • Jenkins CLI: create node
    • Index
  • User Handbook
    • User Handbook overview
    • Installing Jenkins
      • Prerequisites
      • Installation platforms
    • Using Jenkins
    • Using credentials
      • Credential security
      • Configuring credentials
    • Pipeline
      • What is Jenkins Pipeline?
      • Why Pipeline?
      • Pipeline concepts
      • Pipeline syntax overview
      • Pipeline example
    • Getting started with Pipeline
      • Prerequisites
      • Defining a Pipeline
      • Built-in Documentation
      • Further Reading
    • Using Docker with Pipeline
      • Customizing the execution environment
      • Advanced Usage with Scripted Pipeline
    • Using a Jenkinsfile
      • Creating a Jenkinsfile
      • Working with your Jenkinsfile
    • Branches and Pull Requests
      • Creating a Multibranch Pipeline
      • Using Organization Folders
      • Running a Pipeline
      • Restarting or Rerunning a Pipeline
    • Using Speed/Durability Settings To Reduce Disk I/O Needs
      • How Do I Set Speed/Durability Settings?
      • Will Higher-Performance Durability Settings Help Me?
      • What Am I Giving Up With This Durability Setting “Trade-Off?”
      • Requirements To Use Durability Settings
      • What Are The Durability Settings?
      • Suggested Best Practices And Tips for Durability Settings
      • Other Scaling Suggestions
    • Extending with Shared Libraries
      • Defining Shared Libraries
      • Using libraries
      • Writing libraries
    • Pipeline Syntax
      • Declarative Pipeline
      • Scripted Pipeline
      • Syntax Comparison
    • Blue Ocean
      • What is Blue Ocean?
      • Frequently asked questions
      • Join the community
    • Activity View
      • Navigation Bar
      • Activity
      • Branches
      • Pull Requests
    • Creating a Pipeline
      • Setting up your Pipeline project
    • Dashboard
      • Navigation bar
      • Pipelines list
      • Favorites list
    • Getting started with Blue Ocean
      • Installing Blue Ocean
      • Accessing Blue Ocean
      • Navigation bar
      • Switching to the classic UI
    • Pipeline Editor
      • Starting the editor
      • Limitations
      • Navigation bar
      • Pipeline settings
      • Stage editor
      • Stage configuration
      • Step configuration
      • Save Pipeline dialog
    • Pipeline Run Details View
      • Pipeline Run Status
      • Special cases
      • Tabs
    • Managing Jenkins
    • Jenkins CLI
      • Using the CLI over SSH
      • Using the CLI client
    • Managing Nodes
    • Managing Plugins
      • Installing a plugin
      • Updating a plugin
      • Removing a plugin
      • Pinned plugins
    • In-process Script Approval
      • Getting Started
      • Groovy Sandbox
      • Script Approval
    • Script Console
      • Cross Site Request Forgery
      • Agent/Master Access Control
    • Configuring the System
    • Managing Tools
      • Built-in tool providers
    • Managing Users
    • System Administration
    • Backing-up/Restoring Jenkins
    • Monitoring Jenkins
    • Securing Jenkins
      • Access Control
      • Protect users of Jenkins from other threats
      • Disabling Security
    • Managing Jenkins with Chef
    • Managing Jenkins with Puppet
    • Scaling Jenkins
    • Appendix
    • Glossary
      • General Terms
      • Architecting for Manageability
      • Architecting for Scale
      • Hardware Recommendations
      • Pipeline as Code
    • License
      • Code
      • Content

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