This plugin installs free enterprise plugins from CloudBees. The following plugins are automatically installed:
Note: You will be asked to register for a free CloudBees account to use these plugins
(This plugin was formerly known as the CloudBees Plugin Gateway plugin)
The following is description of free plugins that are available from CloudBees:
Allows you to create folders so that you can create namespace differentiated jobs to represent hierarchies of jobs and manage large number of jobs. Lets walk through an example of creating a folder with 1 job and another folder in it. Start by adding a "New Job" and selecting the "Folder" radio button
Once created new jobs or other folders can be added to this folder:
The following image shows the "My folder" folder with a job and another folder in it.
This plugin is now open source. You can read more about folders here: CloudBees Folders Plugin
Backup Jenkins through Jenkins into the cloud. This plugin is a modified version of Jenkins Enterprise plugin that lets to backup to CloudBees DEV@cloud service. The Jenkins Enterprise version of this plugin allows you to backup Jenkins on-premises.
Lets walk through an example of creating a backup every night of our entire Jenkins. Under "New Job" choose the "Backup Jenkins to CloudBees" as an option:
Now configure the various options. Here, we setup a backup to happen every night at 11:10 PM, store all build records, job configurations and system configurations and only keep the last 10 backups saved on an account on CloudBees. !backup-options.png|align=center
You can read more about Backup Plugin in the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise User Guide
This plugin keeps track of the number of minutes "wasted" by all jobs waiting for an executor. If administrators find that the minutes keep stacking up, they can add more capacity. The plugin shows up on the Jenkins dashboard. Every time a build is fired and the job is waiting in the queue for an executor, the amount of time the job wastes waiting for the executor is displayed in the dashboard. At this point, you can add more slaves or offload jobs to CloudBees DEV@cloud.
The deployer plugin lets users deploy their build artifacts to the CloudBees PaaS (RUN@cloud) service. More information can be found here
This plugin gives users an overview of the applications deployed on CloudBees, the number of free build minutes available on CloudBees DEV@cloud. Here, we can see that there are 300 build minutes on "thesinghs" account that should be utilized.
This plugin can be installed without restart, but will require a restart to complete installation.
To uninstall, simply disable or delete the CloudBees Free Enterprise Plugins plugin and an any of the proprietary plugins that you want. If you disable only the CloudBees Free Enterprise Plugins you will no longer be able to access the CloudBees proprietary update center. If you disable or delete only the CloudBees proprietary plugins, they will not be reinstalled unless you upgrade the CloudBees Free Enterprise Plugins plugin to a newer version.
If you are stuck with version 1.1 installed and your Jenkins installation is not on the ROOT context path, here is the procedure to follow to get your system upgraded:
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