Jenkins on Windows (and more to come)

I recently took over ownership of the Jenkins server that manages the DevInt and Alpha environments at work and had a blast working a hectic server migration. On top of everything moving around, the environments went from having one server each for SQL, ColdFusion, and JBoss to everything being built out as a cluster with various services spread across it. Some refactoring was due and I hope to have time to write more about the things I’ve learned about running Jenkins on Windows in the future. Unfortunately, after doing the work, raising three kids (two of which are still in diapers and destroying everything they touch), and keeping myself on a constant cycle of learning new things… well, blogging took a back seat.

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