How do you view all of the scheduled Rundeck Jobs across all of your Rundeck Projects? This is a frequently asked question, and Rundeck Pro has the answer.
Headed to Orlando today for the start of Gartner's IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit? Rundeck will see you there!
Rundeck features a variety of plugin points for both enhancing the user experience and extending the functionality of Rundeck. While it is quite easy to create your own plugins, it is always nice to be able to start with ones that others have made.
A common question that comes up from time-to-time in the many places where the community discusses Rundeck:
“What’s the difference between Rundeck and Jenkins?”
In short, Rundeck is designed for Operations to work directly with existing tools, services, and systems and to allow secure self-service access to automation for every kind of critical business workflow. Jenkins is a continuous integration server designed for the primary purpose of building artifacts.
A release candidate of open source Rundeck 2.11 is now available. This release includes a number of new features, so we'd like extra feedback before making it GA.
This release includes improved support for job reference steps (have a step in one job call another job), improved plugin administration, improved GIT integration, and more. See the full list and download instructions below.