DevOps User Guide
To deploy and manage your CI/CD tasks and related workloads on your Kubernetes clusters, you use the KubeSphere DevOps system. This chapter demonstrates how to manage and work in DevOps projects, including running pipelines, creating credentials, and integrating tools.
As you install the DevOps component, Jenkins is automatically deployed. KubeSphere provides you with a consistent user experience as you can build a pipeline through the Jenkinsfile just as you did before. Besides, KubeSphere features graphical editing panels that visualize the whole process, presenting you with a straightforward view of how your pipeline is running at what stage.
Understand and Manage DevOps Projects
Develop a basic understanding of DevOps.
Create and manage DevOps projects, and understand basic elements in DevOps projects.
Create and manage roles and members in DevOps projects.
Learn how to create and run a pipeline by using an example Jenkinsfile.
Learn how to create and run a pipeline by using the graphical editing panel of KubeSphere.
Create credentials so that your pipelines can communicate with third-party applications or websites.
Learn how to customize your Jenkins settings.
Specify the Jenkins agent and use the built-in podTemplate for your pipeline.
Set the email server to receive notifications of your Jenkins pipelines.
Configure a node or a group of nodes specifically for continuous integration (CI) to speed up the building process in a pipeline.
Understand various pipeline properties in a DevOps project.
Integrate SonarQube into your pipeline for code quality analysis.
Integrate Harbor into your pipeline to push images to your Harbor registry.
Learn how to build and deploy a Go project using a KubeSphere pipeline.
Learn how to deploy apps in a multi-cluster project using a Jenkinsfile-based pipeline.
Learn how to build and deploy a Maven project using a KubeSphere pipeline.