What Is Jenkins? | What Is Jenkins And How It Works? | Jenkins Tutorial For Beginners | Simplilearn



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This Jenkins tutorial 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.

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Below topics are explained in this Jenkins tutorial:
1. Before Jenkins ( 00:46 )
2. Issues before Jenkins
3. What is Jenkins? ( 02:17 )
4. What is continuous integration? ( 04:10 )
5. Continuous integration tools ( 05:45 )
6. Features of Jenkins ( 08:43 )
7. Jenkins pipeline ( 10:50 )
8. Jenkins architecture ( 12:52 )
9. Jenkins case study ( 14:43 )

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35 thoughts on “What Is Jenkins? | What Is Jenkins And How It Works? | Jenkins Tutorial For Beginners | Simplilearn”
  1. So amazing anh clear to understand. Thank for ur excellent explantion. Could u give this ppt file ?

  2. Very clearly explanation! The video makes me easy to understand what is Jenkins. Thank you!!

  3. Wow! Thank you for the video. So helpful to see things in context and how it all functions together.

  4. Great Video! I understand Jenkins high level now :). However the master slave terminology was a bit cringe and triggering for folks. I think parent child relationship can work in place.

  5. One commit. One build. Run and pass all tests. Upload your artifacts. Only then do you merge the commit. That's CI. Anyway it doesn't have to be like that but it's how I like to do things. Very good explanation. I subascaribe!

  6. This is simply one of the best videos on Jenkins on Youtube. Crisp,clear and to the point explanation which is easy to learn and understand. Highly recommended.

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