Use Jenkins to Instantly Level Up Your CI/CD

Leverage the Ins & Outs and Dos & Don’t of Jenkins 

Reduce Human Errors

Jenkins is one of the most popular DevOps tools and helps increase your control, accuracy, and agility. It was originally designed with one purpose in mind: to be a great build automation server. It’s open-source, built for developers, and has many plugins that can be configured to build anything. In this guide, you’ll learn:

How Jenkins helps with Continuous Delivery

How to Automate Deployments with Jenkins

How to use Jenkins to run parameterized PowerShell scripts

Why everyone hates Jenkins and what alternatives you can turn to

Jenkins is an incredibly powerful tool and the right know-how can help your team automate building and testing.

Level Up Your CI/CD with Jenkins

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About the Author

Iris Chubb is a Solutions Architect at Inedo. She’s worked with Jenkins her whole career and has a complicated “love-hate” relationship with it. That relationship is expressed through her constant light-hearted (albeit true) criticisms of Jenkins. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who is this guide for?

Current (and soon-to-be) Jenkins users. This guide outlines Jenkins basics in plain English; learn CI/CD best practices and ways to work around many common Jenkins quirks.

Is it really free?

Yup! Free, no charge, complimentary, $0.00. All of our guides are completely free and meant for you to use and share with your team, friends, family members, and anyone else that you think could benefit! 

I’m not a Jenkins expert. Is this a hyper-technical guide?

PERFECT! Then this guide is for you. We outline Jenkins’s basics and foundational concepts. This easy-to-follow guide will walk you through using Jenkins on your team. 

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About Inedo

As “the tech behind the tech,” Inedo aims to maximize developer time, minimize release risk, and empower stakeholders to bring their vision to life faster. Our goal is to make DevOps adoption a strategic and sensible process, all this with the people and technology you have right now. One of those tools is probably Jenkins. Inedo’s products emphasize strong visualization of processes, ease of use for developers of all skill levels, native support for Windows-centric shops, and building on the tools and processes you already have in place.

Click here to learn more about Inedo.