Jenkins is a software that partially automates the process of developing new software products or debugging existing ones. It is used for continuous integration of programs or software components. This process involves the continuous assembly of several working copies into a single product. Jenkins is developed in Java and is an offshoot of another Hudson software product.

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The principle of operation

The software integrates all development cycles into a single information space. Project managers (team leaders), using Jenkins, fully control the processes. If necessary, make adjustments, sort out errors, roll back versions to a stable release, etc.

Any integration of a new tool (for example, Git, Amazon EC2, etc.) is carried out by adding the appropriate plugin from the official website.


This product has a number of positive aspects:

  • Simplicity and convenience. Setting up and further operation does not require specialized knowledge or professional skills. Any manager will be able to figure it out and customize it for a specific task.
  • The product comes with open source and is completely free for the end user. Distributed under the MIT license.
  • Jenkins uses plugins that extend functionality. There are many options available on the official website. Users configure the system completely for their tasks.
  • Own developer. Users can independently create plugins for their tasks and share them.
  • Saving the project budget. The company does not spend money on the purchase of software, hiring professional employees.
  • Reducing the number of errors caused by the “human factor”. Jenkins automates the processes, which eliminates the error in the form of incorrectly written code or symbol.
  • Security is provided by two factors: authorization and user authentication.

Jenkins is a flexible multi—functional tool for developers. It fully adapts to current tasks, and also has a huge number of plugins available on the official website of the product.

Using this product reduces the risk of errors when writing code, increases the speed of new releases due to automation and reduces financial costs.

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