CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms administration guide
CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms is designed to support any organization’s CI/CD needs - regardless of whether they’re a single team with simple delivery pipelines or a massive, multi-national corporation with complex A/B deployments.
CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms enables administrators to offer an internally managed CD as a Service to their teams. With CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms, administrators centrally manage their organization’s build cluster using Managed Masters and templates for build agents.
Agents are computers that handle the tasks of running builds in a CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms cluster, and within the context of a CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms cluster, they are shared resources for connected masters.
By adding capacity, administrators can support additional Managed Masters, Jenkins agents, or improve cluster performance and resiliency.
This guide assumes that administrators and organizations have completed an initial technical engagement with CloudBees experts to install and perform basic configurations to the CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms cluster. This guide is meant to enable administrators interested in customizing some configurations, scaling their cluster, on-boarding new teams, or simply learning more about CloudBees Core’s architecture.
|Also refer to CloudBees Jenkins Operations Center administration guide for additional administration tasks, CloudBees Assurance Program to learn how to keep CloudBees Core updated, and be sure to secure your CloudBees Core instance .|
Advanced administrators can deepen their expertise by reading more about how CloudBees Core works and its architecture, what its components are, and some advanced networking configurations.
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