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DevelopIntelligence specializes in delivering highly-customized, dedicated, role-based Jenkins training courses to technical teams and organizations.
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Learning Strategies for Custom Jenkins Projects
Jenkins is a free open-source automation server. It helps automate the parts of Software Development related to building, testing, and deploying, facilitating Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). The software automatically runs tests every time new code is pushed into a source repository and sends alerts if something failed. This makes deployment of software much simpler for teams. Developers are encouraged to push often in this scenario.
Jenkins is also used for monitoring the execution of repeated jobs, such as cron jobs or procmail jobs. It monitors the outputs of regular programming jobs and sends notifications if something goes wrong. These operations can be done manually, but it requires more tedious and error-prone work from developers.
Jenkins offers easy installation and configuration. It is configured using a simple and user-friendly web Graphical User Interface (GUI) and has a rich plugin ecosystem. Some popular plugins include the Global Build Stats Plugin, the Job Generator Plugin, the Disable-failed-job plugin, and the Embeddable-build-status plugin.
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