Devops Jenkins as CICD tool Created By Amrit

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Devops Jenkins as CI/CD tool Created By: Amrit Choudhary Devops Engineer https: //buildreleasedeployment. wordpress.

Devops Jenkins as CI/CD tool Created By: Amrit Choudhary Devops Engineer https: //buildreleasedeployment. wordpress. com/

Today’s topic of Focus CI/CD Tool Jenkins : Jenkins is an open source tool

Today’s topic of Focus CI/CD Tool Jenkins : Jenkins is an open source tool used for CI (mainly used for java builds) CI(continuous integration), CD (Continous Deployment) Similar tools in market : Electric commander, Teamcity, Cruisecontrol, Bamboo etc.

Today’s topic of Focus Learn about apache tomcat & specially Jenkins Installation in windows

Today’s topic of Focus Learn about apache tomcat & specially Jenkins Installation in windows environment Apache Tomcat : Basically you can say it an application server where your application resides. It is also an open-source Java Servlet Container, means it supports enterprise applications or Java EE. As. ear , . war, . jar files cannot be served by apache alone as it requires a container in which java code can be deployed

Practical implementation part Jenkins war repository link: Go to below link and download any

Practical implementation part Jenkins war repository link: Go to below link and download any version of jenkins https: //updates. jenkins-ci. org/download/war/ Tomcat download link: https: //tomcat. apache. org/download-80. cgi Go to above link and download the 64/32 bit zip for your OS

Steps to Get Jenkins up and running Pre-Requisites 1) Must have jdk installed 2)

Steps to Get Jenkins up and running Pre-Requisites 1) Must have jdk installed 2) Set JAVA_HOME env variable in environment properties Get Jenkins tool up & running 1) copy your apache-tomcat-*. zip to some location Eg. D: Testapache-tomcat-8. 5. 11. zip 2) unzip the zip file 3) copy the downloaded Jenkins. war and place it inside the folder D: Testapache-tomcat-8. 5. 1webappsJenkins. war 4) go to bin directory & execute or double click D: Testapache-tomcat-8. 5. 1binstartup. bat Access Jenkins : http: //localhost: 8080/jenkins/