Secure Cloud Bursting (Part 2): How to Build a Jenkins Slave and Attach it to the Master
When our Networking Team Lead found out we were paying for unused build capacity every month, he couldn't rest until he figured out a way to eliminate the cost inefficiencies. In the process, he discovered a way to securely cloud burst using Pertino along with Jenkins and Docker, reducing our infrastructure complexity and spend. Part two of this four part series on secure cloud bursting explains how to build a Jenkins Slave and attach it to the Master.
Secure Cloud Bursting (Part 1): How to Build a Jenkins Master
How much of your public cloud build infrastructure sits unused? For software companies like us, this number could be as high as 60%. What a waste of money! A new generation of elastic cloud-based networks, in conjunction with Jenkins, allows organizations to reduce cost and infrastructure complexity via secure cloud bursting across multiple providers. Learn how you can do this at your organization over a series of blog posts. Here's the first.
Cloud Networking, Literally
We always love to hear the different ways our customers are using Pertino. When Jeff Barker, CEO and Co-founder of Immediate Insight, reached out to share his literal interpretation of cloud networking with us after he used Pertino at 10,000 feet, we just had to share it with you.
What Would Networking Look Like Today if it Were Built by Cloud Guys?
Why, when cloud computing is so flexible and easy to use, have the cloud networking solutions to enable a virtual private cloud (VPC) remained archaic, complex and expensive? Pertino enables instant VPC—what networking would look like today if it were built by cloud guys.