How to Configuring Jenkins Server using CI Pipeline - Azure DevOps Tutorials

Microsoft Azure is a great platform to use and it has many services and features. Jenkins is a very popular Java-based open source continuous integration (CI) server that allows teams to continuously build applications across platforms. This video further talks about ways to integrate Jenkins with Azure Pipelines

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8 thoughts on “How to Configuring Jenkins Server using CI Pipeline – Azure DevOps Tutorials”
  1. is this complete playlist
    please complete the playlist of azure devops..
    we need full course on az-400

  2. What would be the benefits/reasons for doing this? Creating an Azure VM dedicated to jenkins? is this the server all the jenkins deployment jobs will run on?

  3. unable to access the server from localhost:8080 though port mapping is done . kindy help sir

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