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Jenkins-x

An open-source, cloud-native continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform built for Kubernetes

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A cloud-native continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform designed specifically for Kubernetes environments. It streamlines the development and deployment of applications by automating the entire software delivery process, from code commit to production. Jenkins X incorporates best practices such as GitOps, containerization, and automated testing to accelerate the delivery of high-quality software. With features like built-in pipelines, environment promotion, and automated release management, Jenkins X empowers teams to focus on building and iterating on their applications while ensuring reliability, scalability, and efficiency in Kubernetes-based environments.

Key Features

1. Jenkins X promotes the GitOps methodology, where the desired state of applications and infrastructure is version-controlled in Git repositories, ensuring consistency and traceability.
2. Built specifically for Kubernetes, Jenkins X leverages Kubernetes-native technologies such as Helm, Kubernetes Operators, and Tekton for scalable and resilient CI/CD pipelines.
3. Jenkins X provides built-in pipelines for building, testing, and deploying applications, automating the software delivery process from code commit to production.
4. It supports automated environment promotion, allowing applications to be promoted through different environments (e.g., from staging to production) based on predefined criteria.
5. Jenkins X automates the process of releasing applications to production, including versioning, tagging, and generating release notes, reducing manual effort and errors.

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Pros

1. Jenkins X is designed specifically for Kubernetes environments, leveraging cloud-native technologies for scalability, resilience, and portability.
2. Jenkins X provides built-in pipelines for automating the building, testing, and deployment of applications, streamlining the software delivery process.
3.  It supports automated environment promotion, simplifying the process of promoting applications through different environments (e.g., from staging to production).
4. Jenkins X creates ephemeral preview environments for each pull request, enabling developers to test changes in isolation before merging them into the main codebase.
5. Jenkins X automates the process of releasing applications to production, reducing manual effort and errors associated with release management.
6. Jenkins X includes built-in monitoring and observability features, allowing teams to track the health and performance of their applications and pipelines.

Cons

1. Setting up and configuring Jenkins X can be complex, especially for teams new to Kubernetes and cloud-native technologies, requiring time and expertise for implementation.
2. Running Jenkins X and its associated pipelines may consume significant resources, including memory and CPU, which may increase infrastructure costs for some organizations.
3. Jenkins X is primarily focused on cloud-native environments and may have limited support for legacy applications or environments, requiring additional effort for migration.
4. Integrating Jenkins X with existing tools, workflows, and processes may present challenges, especially if there are dependencies on non-cloud-native technologies or platforms.

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Capillary reduced ops tickets by 95%

“Our releases are fast. And with less developer time needed our teams can focus on building exciting features. We’ve saved countless hours and costs.”

Piyush K,
Chief Architect, Capillary Technologies,

Treebo reduced production issues by 70%

"With Facets, our staging environments look identical to production environments. So in case of production issues, we can be sure there are no infra drifts."

Kadam Jeet Jain,
Co-Founder & CTO, Treebo Hotels and Hotel Superhero.

GGX switched from AWS to GCP in 2 weeks

"Facets has radically changed our DevOps for the better. They did all the heavy lifting and saved us precious time and resources in our when we switched from AWS to GCP."

Kaustubh Bhoyar,
Head of engineering, GGX

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