This post is part of a series that demonstrates a sample deployment pipeline with Jenkins, Docker, and Octopus.
This post is part of a series that demonstrates a sample deployment pipeline with Jenkins, Docker, and Octopus:
In the previous blog post we used Octopus to build a Kubernetes cluster in AWS using EKS, and then deployed the Docker image created by Jenkins as a Kubernetes deployment and service.
However, we still don’t have a complete deployment pipeline solution, as Jenkins is not integrated with Octopus, leaving us to manually coordinate builds and deployments.
In this blog post, we’ll extend our Jenkins build to call Octopus and initiate a deployment when our Docker image has been pushed to Docker Hub. We will also create additional environments, and manage the release from a local development environment to the final production environment.
Octopus provides a plugin for Jenkins that exposes integration steps in both freestyle projects and pipeline scripts. This plugin is installed by navigating to Manage Jenkins ➜ Manage Plugins. From here you can search for "Octopus" and install the plugin.
The Octopus plugin uses the Octopus CLI to integrate with the Octopus Server. We can install the CLI manually on the agent, but for this example, we’ll use the Custom Tools plugin to download the Octopus CLI and push it to the agent:
We add the Octopus Server, our pipeline will connect with, by navigating to *Manage Jenkins ➜ Configure System *:
In this blog post, we’ll learn how to configure Jenkins to build and publish our Docker image. Read on to find out more!
In this guide, we will use Ansible as a Deployment tool in a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment process using Jenkins Job.
SonarQube is an open-source platform for continuous inspection of code quality. Here, We will discuss integrating SonarQube with Jenkins to achieve CI with fully automated code analysis.
In this blog we gone a see creating a CI/CD Pipeline using Jenkins. Some pre-requisites to create a CI/CD pipeline using Jenkins are Open-JDK-8, Jenkins installed on our system. At the very first we see a little bit introduction of Jenkins and why we need Jenkins Pipeline. Some pre-requisites to create a CI/CD pipeline using Jenkins are. Open-JDK-8Je
What is OpenJDK? OpenJDk or Open Java Development Kit is a free, open-source framework of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (or Java SE).