JENKINS- AN AUTOMATION BUILDER

What is DevOps ?

Life Cycle of DevOps

1. Continuous Development

2. Continuous Integration

3. Continuous Testing

4. Continuous Feedback

5. Continuous Monitoring

6. Continuous Deployment

Deliverables Of The Life Cycle

  • The end-product enables businesses to revive the speed of rampant development and improve user experiences simultaneously.
  • Cost control is streamlined with a high ROI (Returns on Investment). Development and operations teams can co-work organically.
  • Integrated with continuous deployment solutions, shipping the programmed code to over a thousand production servers is feasible. In the DevOps lifecycle, there are advanced patterns designed for deployments. Similar features are used for delivering on-demand deployment and auditing.
  • With endless innovations in technology, DevOps continues to evolve at maximum quality and speed. It is now a strategic part of digital transformation journeys for millions of companies around the world.
  • The lifecycle clearly breaks down the barriers to teamwork. There is no need for supplicating work when you can build responsible business environments with DevOps.

What Is Jenkins?

History Of Jenkins

Use Cases Of Jenkins

1. Continuous Integration (CI)

2. Continuous Delivery (CD)

3. Automation

COMPANY’s USE CASES SOLVED BY JENKINS

1. Jenkins for OMS Code Branch Management

  1. The Jenkins platform will enable the retailer to have multiple branches of code base and do parallel development on multiple projects. This will ease and reduce risk in builds in different environments.
  2. The customer was able to decommission RTC, and save money.
  3. The ability to respond to build issues early. Jenkins sends emails to specified recipients whenever a certain important event occurs, such as:
  • Failed build
  • Unstable build
  • Successful build after a failed build, indicating that a crisis is over
  • Unstable build after a successful one, indicating that there’s a regression issue.

2. JENKINS FOR CI/CD PIPELINE

  • 100% automatic creation of Jenkins instances
  • the ability to release and deploy an artifact whenever, wherever
  • software developers focused on developing software rather than operations
  • smaller monoliths and containerization

3. JENKINS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE

  • infrastructure costs reduced by 40%.
  • builds are 30% faster.
  • better and seamless communication on builds and releases.
  • 95% of infrastructure scalable with code.
  • virtually no more manual processes.

4. JENKINS FOR REMOVING HUMAN INTERVENTION

  • Daily release rate increased from 1 to 40 and continue growing.
  • Rollback time decreased from 45 minutes to 60–120 seconds.
  • Deployment time reduced from 90 to 5–40 minutes (depending on service).
  • Vastly improved conversion and user experience.

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I am a tech enthusiast, researcher and an integration seeker. I love to explore and learn about the right technology and right concepts from its foundation.

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