Jenkins Job Creation using Multibranch Job DSL


In this blog, we will explore the world of Jenkins job DSL and learn how to leverage its capabilities to streamline and automate job configuration management. We will walk through the process of setting up the Job DSL environment, writing Job DSL scripts to define different types of jobs, managing job configurations as code, and integrating Job DSL with your CI/CD pipelines.


Before getting started, ensure that you have the following prerequisites in place:

  • Jenkins is installed and running.
  • Job DSL plugin is installed and configured in Jenkins.

What is Job DSL?

Job DSL is a powerful plugin that allows you to define Jenkins jobs as code, bringing the benefits of version control, automation, and scalability to job configuration management. With Job DSL, you can write Groovy scripts to define Jenkins job configurations programmatically. 

DSL stands for Domain Specific Language.

Some of the important methods in Job DSL are

a. folder: You can create a folder using the folder DSL method. Folders provide a way to organize your jobs and create a hierarchical structure in Jenkins. Here’s an example of how to create a folder using the Job DSL:

folder('Microservice') {
    description('Folder for Microservice')
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Basic Logging Setup of Loki Grafana

Let’s say you are the DevOps lead for a large e-commerce platform that runs on a microservices architecture with hundreds of services. You need to monitor the logs of all these services to quickly identify issues, troubleshoot problems, and optimize the system’s performance. You also want to be able to search and analyze logs across all services in real time and be alerted when any critical issues arise.

To address this scenario, you could use Grafana Loki as your centralized logging system. Loki is a lightweight and cost-effective solution that can handle high volumes of logs and store them in a distributed manner. You can configure each service to send logs to Loki, which will automatically index them and make them available for search and analysis.


Loki and Grafana are two open-source projects that are commonly used together for log aggregation, analysis, and visualization.

Loki is a horizontally-scalable, highly-available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is designed to be a cost-effective solution for storing and querying logs and uses a unique indexing approach to provide fast and efficient searching of log data. Loki is also highly extensible, allowing users to easily add custom logging drivers and integrate with other systems.

Grafana, on the other hand, is a popular open-source platform for visualizing and analyzing time-series data, including logs. It provides a powerful and flexible dashboarding system that allows users to create customized visualizations and alerts based on their log data. Grafana also integrates with many different data sources, including Loki, which makes it a great choice for log analysis and visualization.

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The Future of Generative AI in Enterprise Applications

Did you KNOW?

By 2030, a major blockbuster film will be released with 90% of the film generated by AI (from text to video), from 0% of such in 2022.

Marketing and media are already feeling the impacts of generative AI. Gartner expects:

  • By 2025, 30% of outbound marketing messages from large organizations will be synthetically generated. This percentage is up from 2022 by less than 2%.
  • By 2030, a major blockbuster film will be released with 90% of the film generated by AI (from text to video), from 0% of such in 2022.

In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a game-changer for businesses. Among the many branches of AI, generative AI stands out as a remarkable field that holds immense potential for revolutionizing enterprise applications.

Generative AI, a subset of machine learning, goes beyond traditional AI models that are designed to analyze and interpret existing data. Instead, it focuses on the creation of new, original content by learning patterns and generating outputs that mimic human-like creativity. This remarkable ability to generate realistic and coherent data has opened up exciting possibilities for enterprises. This empowers them to innovate, streamline operations and enhance customer experiences.

In this blog, we’ll delve into the future of generative AI and its implications for enterprise applications. We will explore the transformative power of generative AI in various sectors, including marketing, product development, customer service and more. By harnessing the potential of generative AI, businesses can unlock new opportunities, gain a competitive edge and navigate the complex challenges in tomorrow’s business landscape of AIOps and Managed Cloud Services.

Let’s dive in and explore the endless possibilities that lie ahead as we uncover “The Future of Generative AI in Enterprise Applications.”

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Cloud Cost Estimation with Infracost


Estimating costs can be a nightmare for many enterprises. Cloud cost estimation is important for organizations to plan their budget and forecast expenses accurately. It is essential to monitor and analyze cloud usage regularly to optimize cloud spending and avoid unexpected expenses.

This process is very time-consuming, so there was a need for change. With Terraform, you can easily estimate cloud costs by leveraging Infracost, and you can easily compare potential bills between different vendors.

Working with cloud providers and DevOps is all about speed, efficiency, and cost management.

Infracost is a tool that is used to figure out how much the cloud resources will cost.

What is Infracost?

Infracost is a super cool tool that lets you calculate the cost of your Terraform resources on AWS, GCP, or Microsoft Azure before you even hit deploy. This enables you to see cloud cost estimates for Terraform in pull requests.

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Unlocking the Power of AIOps

In today’s complex and rapidly evolving IT landscape, organizations face increasing challenges in managing their IT operations. The sheer volume of data and the need for real-time insights require a paradigm shift in how IT operations are approached. Here is how AIOps comes into the picture. AIOps is the transformative fusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and IT Operations.

The estimated market size for AIOps is $1.5 billion, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 15% between 2020 and 2025.

Here, in this blog, we embark on a journey to unlock the power of AIOps and explore how it revolutionizes IT operations management. From automating routine tasks to predicting and preventing incidents, AIOps do it all. AIOps platforms have the potential to reshape the way organizations monitor, manage and optimize their  IT infrastructure.

We will delve into the fundamental concepts of AIOps implementation and also highlight its benefits. After reading this article, you’ll know how AIOps platforms leverage AI and machine learning to analyze vast amounts of data from various sources, such as logs, metrics and events. By harnessing this data-driven intelligence, AIOps helps IT teams proactively detect anomalies, identify root causes and take swift action to mitigate risks.

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