Jenkins, a self-contained, open source automation server, can be used to automate a variety of building, testing, delivery and software deployment tasks using an extensible set of tools for modeling simple-to-complex delivery pipelines. A continuous delivery pipeline is an automated expression of your business processes for moving software from version control through delivery to your users and customers. Jenkins is available through native system packages, Docker, or run standalone on any machine with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. The Jenkins Pipeline definition is checked into a project’s source control repository as any other software and becomes the foundation of "Pipeline-as-Code."

Astadia’s experts implement complex CI Pipelines — our DevOps engineers use Jenkins and its many plugins as a core component to orchestrate Continuous Integration Pipelines in the automation of development and test engineering environments.

Jenkins almost limitless ways it can be modified and configured will handle nearly any aspect of build orchestration and automation. It’s diversity is just one of the reasons Jenkins is so widely accepted in the industry. This diversity adds complexity. Astadia’s engineers have mastered Jenkins and its array of supported plugins efficiently and effectively.

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