Question

Jenkins plugin ?

  • Posted on June 25, 2013
  • arazauciAsked by arazauci

Many companies use Jenkins for CI. Jenkins has a pretty nifty EC2 plugin which basically allows you to provision EC2 instances as job are started.

It would be great if digital ocean has something similar. I would definitely use it if there was a Jenkins plugin.


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I know, pretty late, but you know that there’s a jenkins plugin for exactly this task:

https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/DigitalOcean+Plugin

It’s now perfect but I’ve taken over maintenance and for now at least it seams to work correctly again! New features will be added over the next weeks/month as my time allows and/or my real-life-job requires. Ideas and (especially) help is very welcomed.

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The JClouds Plugin (https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/JClouds+Plugin) recently added support for Digital Ocean as a provider. <br> <br>Because the plugin seems to just be an abstraction over the jclouds library, many of the field names do not map directly across. Plus, you need to use either DO’s API or look at the Image page’s source to get the image_id. <br> <br>Give me a shout if you think a tutorial on DO would be useful.