Software Development domain is well known for buzz-words. With the growth of agile movement, Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) terms become highly popular. One of the best tool supporting the processes of CD and CI is Jenkins.

Jenkins is an continuous delivery and continuous integration server application. Typical use-cases of Jenkins are building your application from version control system, running acceptance tests or deploying application on dev/test/prod environments. Jenkins is free and cross-platform, and it’s web application written in Java, so it comes as a .war file.

In this article we covered the below points on Jenkins:

1.Introduction to Continuous Integration using Jenkins
2.Different CI Tools to implement Continuous Integration
3.Jenkins Installation – Step by Step

4.Configuration and creating new jobs in Jenkins


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