We all know that Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery are integral parts of DevOps, as they are used for integrating multiple stages of the methodology. There are many CI/CD tools in the market, but do you know that Jenkins, the Java-based open-source CI/CD tool, tops the popularity list? And it has always been the go-to option for DevOps professionals and beginners?
Jenkins is the oldest player in the CI/CD market, and it has more than 16,000 stars and 6,500 forks on GitHub. It also has huge community support with more than 1500 plugins to help professionals ship faster through their Jenkins Pipelines.
Before we dive into how Jenkins works, we must understand the architecture of Jenkins. Read this blog and know the series of steps that outline the interaction between different elements in Jenkins.SEE MORE →
Do you know a well-defined Jenkins pipeline can help shorten production times and improve the quality of applications? In this chapter, we will help you create your first Jenkins pipeline and run Selenium automation in Jenkins through an online Selenium Grid.SEE MORE →
Today all the organizations are adopting DevOps as it promises to provide best practices starting right from planning, testing to deployment, and monitoring. Jenkins integration with Selenium makes the entire process of Selenium test automation so much easier. Read how!SEE MORE →
We all know that Jenkins is a popular tool for continuous integration, build management, and automation testing. But do you know that Maven is a popular build automation tool; widely used for Java projects? The combination of Selenium, Maven, Jenkins integration is the pinnacle of continuous integration and deployment. Checkout the blog to learn more!SEE MORE →
We all know that Jenkins is one of the most popular go-to DevOps automation tools for many software development teams. But if you want to get good results from this popular DevOps tool, you need to follow the best practices. With that in mind, we want to share some of Jenkin's best practices in this chapter.SEE MORE →
There were times we used to create Jenkins jobs using UI alone. Later the idea of pipeline as a code was mooted to address the rising complexity with build & deployment jobs. In Jenkins 2.0, Jenkins team introduced Jenkinsfile to achieve pipeline as a code. If you want to create automated pull request based or branch-based Jenkins Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery pipeline, the Jenkins multibranch pipeline is a way to go.SEE MORE →