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Rancher
1.0.13Minimum Jenkins requirement: 2.11ID: rancher

Enables Jenkins to deploy or upgrade Rancher stack service instance

Features

  • Deploy docker image to Rancher 
  • Upgrade exist service instance in Rancher
  • Support options to finish the upgrade automatically 
  • Support build environment variable as docker image tag, e.q. busybox:${BUILD_NUMBER}

Potential upcoming features

  • Provision rancher stack with docker-compose and rancher-compose file

Requirements

Jenkins

Jenkins version 2.11 or newer is required.

Rancher

Rancher version 1.2.2 or newer is required.

Setup

Install plugin

Install this plugin via the Jenkins plugin manager.

Or if installing the plugin via other means.

Create Rancher API Key

  1. To enable access to your rancher server, you must create a account api key:
  2. Siigin in to rancher server dashboard
  3. Select Menu → API
  4. Click "Add Account API Key"
  5. Give the  api key any name and description you like, e.g "Jenkins"
  6. Click the "Create Key"
  7. Save the "Access Key" and "Secret Key" any way you like, we will use it later
  8. You can now close the dialog 

Add the Rancher API Key to Jenkins

  1. Navigate to your Jenkins instance
  2. Select "Credentials" from the Jenkins sidebar
  3. Choose a credentials domain and click "Add Credentials"
  4. From the "Kind" drop-down, choose "Username with password"
  5. Enter a description for the credential — the actual value is not important
  6. Click "OK" to create the credential

Per-job configuration

Freestyle job configuration

Deploy or Upgrade Service Instance
  1. Create a new free-style project
  2. Ensure. via whatever build stepds you need, tha the Docker image you want to deploy to Rancher will be available in the docker registry
  3. Add "Deploy/Upgrade Rancher Service" post-build action
  4. Enter the target Rancher Service API endpoint, e.g 'http://rancher-server/v2-beta'
  5. Select the credential name from the drop-down list
  6. Enter the target rancher environment id, e.g '1a5558'
  7. Enter the target service name, e.g 'stack/service'
  8. Enter the docker image name, e.g 'busybox' (image name support current build environment variable like 'busybox:${BUILD_NUMBER}' to support dynamic image tag)
  9. Optionally choose "Auto Confirm" to finish the upgrade automatically
  10. Optionally choose "Public Ports" to export service ports. mutil port shoule e split be ",". e.g 8080:80,9191:91

Version history

Version 1.0.0 (July 13, 2017)

  • Initial release

Version 1.0.1 (July 17, 2017)

  • Fixed dependencies info missing issue.

Version 1.0.2 (August 04 2017)

  • Preserves the log config while upgrading a service.

Version 1.0.3 (September 03 2017)

  • Support export service ports.

Version 1.0.4 (September 12 2017)

  • Support export environment variable.

Version 1.0.5 (October 10 2017)

  • Support health check serialization.

Version 1.0.7 (December 11 2017)

  • Support custom timeout, and build variable in all fields.

 

 

 

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