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Install and run Jenkins in Openshift is easy, but where do you store your secrets, tokens or other sensitive data for use in your Jenkins pipelines.
I will show you the easy way and keep you away from the pitfalls.

Most of the time, when reading documentation, everything seems clear how to implement a particular piece of software. In some cases it can be very time consuming which I found out during the implementation of the Slack plugin in the OpenShift Jenkins (Ephemeral) version. One way or another I wasn’t able to send threaded messages to Slack. I finally found a working solution which I would like to share!