In some cases, you would like to use Jenkins declarative pipeline with the dynamic agent. For instance, you want to provide a list of available agent nodes as a parameter for the pipeline job. In this blog post, I will explain how you can configure such a behavior in just a few steps.
The declarative Jenkins Pipeline allows us to define timeout either at the pipeline level or the specific stage. This feature prevents Jenkins’s job from getting stuck. However, in some cases, we want to accept that one stage may timeout, but we want to keep the remaining stages running.
Have you run into troubles when you started using Jenkins Environment Variables in your
Jenkinsfile? In this blog post, I show you how to use environment variables, how to override them, how to work with
boolean values, and how to store a result of
sh step in the env variable. After reading this article, Jenkins env variables won’t surprise you anymore!