By Greg Sypolt
The goal of this getting started guide is to help teams get Jenkins continuous integration (CI) servers configured, and discover how to make a newly deployed CI infrastructure fully operational. Jenkins is a leading open source CI server. It is flexible, providing hundreds of plugins to support building, testing, and deployment, and is capable of automating any project. Jenkins CI infrastructure can be deployed to on-prem, in the cloud using configuration management tools, and third-party vendor. The purpose of this article, let's assume that our Jenkins CI servers are deployed in the cloud and focus on configuration of Jenkins’ web interface. I will walk through various processes and steps to set up a new Jenkins CI server for production.
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