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Legacy Jenkins Retirement

December 2019: Legacy Jenkins Retirement; article by MCoE Director of Development & Delivery, Brian Kottcamp.

The migration of app builds from our legacy continuous integration build system (https://buildsrvpro.co.kp.org) to the new Mobile Delivery Pipeline platform (https://jenkins.mobilepipeline.kp.org) is now complete. The Chief Digital Office Mobility Center of Excellence team will be decommissioning the legacy build platform on January 1st, 2020.

What action is required?

Please download any artifacts (IPA, APK, libraries) you wish to retain as soon as possible. The legacy build system will be accessible in read-only mode until March 31st, 2020. The MCoE DevOps team will be available to support manual emergency legacy builds through March 31st, 2020.

Please submit an intake with the Mobile DevOps Service Desk if:

  • You are not sure if your mobile project has been migrated
  • Need a manual emergency legacy build (allow 3 business days to complete)
  • Need any build support for your mobile project

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