This presentation on Jenkins will help you understand what is Jenkins, issues before Jenkins came in, what is continuous integration, features of Jenkins, Jenkins architecture, and you will also see a case study using Jenkins. Jenkins is a continuous integration tool that allows continuous development, test and deployment of newly created codes. Jenkins is primarily a build and release tool, it was written originally by the community as a build and release tool. They did not target it as a continuous integration, continuous deployment or an orchestration tool, it was simply used for releasing builds to production but now Jenkins has a lot of other uses like it's a continuous integration tool. It allows developers to make sure that their environments have the exact same code as their code repositories. Now let us get started and understand how Jenkins is being used in DevOps.
Below topics are explained in this Jenkins presentation:
1. Before Jenkins
2. Issues before Jenkins
3. What is Jenkins?
4. What is continuous integration?
5. Continuous integration tools
6. Features of Jenkins
7. Jenkins architecture
8. Jenkins case study
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