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What Is Jenkins?
Jenkins is an open source automation
server software developed in Java. It allows developers to integrate CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery) pipelines within their organization that ease and automate
workflows. It has an extensive help community, supports over 1000 plugins, allows users the ability to automate
almost any task and, it saves significant time that can be better utilized addressing other issues.
When automating tasks with Jenkins, users can optimize their workflow by quickly automating the jobs that servers are not able to do themselves. Jenkins has a wide array of features including building projects, executing unit tests for bug detection, analyzing static code, and deploying applications. For this article, we will learn how to install Jenkins on a Ubuntu 16.04
server using APT (Advanced Package Tool). When using APT, we can retrieve and install all of the needed dependencies as well.
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