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OpenShift CI/CD Demo: Part I

In this video we will explore how to setup a CI/CD infrastructure on OpenShift by provisioning Jenkins as CI engine, Gogs as git server, Sonatype Nexus as repository manager and SonarQube for static code analysis in containers.
Furthermore, we will create a delivery pipeline using the new DSL-based Jenkins Pipeline plugin to build, test and deploy a sample application and promote it to upper environments.

This first part of the demo will focus on the environment setup.
Part II: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14777/234807
Recorded Nov 8 2016 18 mins
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