Creating a simple Jenkins pipeline with Jenkinsfile. In the example below, we will create a Jenkinsfile, upload it to Jenkins and run our build.
In simple terms, a Pipline is a user/developer defined the set of rules for getting an application from a repository and delivering it to the end users. The set of rules could be anything such as pulling the source code from a version control (e.g. GitHub), building the application (e.g. composer install), running tests (e.g. PHPUnit), deploying to an environment (e.g. Staging) so on. In order for us to make this happen, we can use a Jenkinsfile to automatically create the pipeline. In the example below, we will create a Jenkinsfile, upload it to Jenkins and run our build.
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DevOps Jenkins: CI/CD with Jenkins Pipeline, AWS Pipeline
The recent Jenkins 2.0 release brings some interesting new features but the one we’re most excited about is delivery pipelines and an extensible Groovy-based Domain Specific Language (DSL) which enables us to model a “pipeline as code” by versioning a Jenkinsfile along with our source.
This Jenkins pipeline shared library tutorial will take you through the steps to use shared libraries in a Jenkins pipeline along with its integration with tools like LambdaTest. Learn How To Use Shared Libraries In A Jenkins Pipeline.
Learn How To Set Jenkins Pipeline Environment Variables? This is an extensive guide to Jenkins pipeline environment variables. Find out how Jenkins set environment variables for all your projects from the Jenkins environment variables list.