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Thursday, December 5 • 11:30 - 12:15
Make It Scale: Intelligent Jenkins Pipelines

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Do you have several independent development projects? Do you need to scale Jenkins Pipelines across projects as efficiently as possible while keeping teams autonomous? We will share with you: 
* How we address this within the SAP ecosystem for a few hundred development projects in order to comply with our high quality and security standards.
* How you can adopt it for your own scenarios also outside the SAP scope.

Our solution is available as an open source project and based on:
* Jenkins Pipelines as Code. 
* Jenkins Shared Groovy Libraries. 
* Kubernetes and Docker. 

We combined it with:
* Smart pipeline logic. 
* Layered yaml-based configuration. 
* Advanced quality process for the library itself. 

Get insights into the open source Jenkins library offering you a highly configurable and flexible way to scale CI/CD best practices throughout your teams while keeping them in the driver seat. Besides looking at the status quo, we will also share ideas how this might evolve in the light of the Continuous Delivery Foundation established early 2019.

Speakers
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Oliver Nocon

Chief expert and CD/DevOps coach, SAP SE
Oliver is chief expert and CD/DevOps coach at SAP SE located in Walldorf/Germany. He has been working in SAP’s development organization since 2001 and has a proven track record in technology topics as well as in project, program, and delivery management - especially in the cloud-space... Read More →
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Sven Merk

Security Architect, SAP SE
Sven joined SAP‘s development organization in 2010 experienced in Java and web development projects. Since 2017, he's been focused on product security and joined SAP’s Industry and Cross Development security team. While leading the Security and Data Privacy workstream for SAP’s... Read More →



Thursday December 5, 2019 11:30 - 12:15 PST
Auditorium IV