Jenkins Tutorials

Jenkins is an open-source automation server widely used in the field of software development for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD). It automates various phases of the software development process such as building, testing, and deploying, thus streamlining workflows and increasing productivity. Jenkins supports numerous plugins, allowing it to integrate with virtually any tool in the CI/CD toolchain, from version control systems like Git to build tools like Maven, and deployment platforms like Docker.

One of the key strengths of Jenkins is its high degree of configurability and extensibility, which makes it adaptable to a wide range of development scenarios. It can be used for simple CI tasks or scaled up for complex delivery pipelines across multiple platforms. Jenkins provides a web interface for managing the software lifecycle process, enabling teams to track builds, test results, and deployment status. Its use of pipelines, scripted via a Groovy-based domain-specific language, allows for the creation of sophisticated automated processes, catering to the needs of both small and large-scale projects.

This series of tutorials covers everything you need to be comfortable when working with Jenkins.

1 What is Jenkins and who should use it?

2 How to install Jenkins with Docker and Docker Compose

3 How to set up Jenkins in Kubernetes environment

4 3 Ways to Install Jenkins on Windows

5 How to Install Jenkins on Mac

6 3 Ways to Install Jenkins on Ubuntu

7 How to define a Jenkins pipeline: A practical guide

8 Working with Jenkinsfile: A complete guide

9 Branches and Pull Requests in Jenkins: A Deep Dive (with examples)

10 Jenkins Pipeline Syntax: The Complete Cheat Sheet

11 Jenkins: How to load external libraries into Pipeline

12 How to manage credentials and secrets in Jenkins

13 An Introduction to Blue Ocean: The Jenkins UI

14 Understanding Security Realm in Jenkins (with examples)

15 Jenkins Authorization: A Practical Guide (with examples)

16 CSRF Protection in Jenkins: An In-depth Guide (with examples)

17 How to safely render user-generated content in Jenkins

18 Managing Environment Variables in Jenkins: A Practical Guide

19 How to open an SSH port on Jenkins container

20 Jenkins Web UI: What is the default port and how to change it

21 Can you use Jenkins for non-Java projects (Python, JavaScript, PHP, etc.)?

22 When NOT to use Jenkins: Exploring Alternatives

23 Parallel Execution in Jenkins: A Practical Guide (with examples)

24 How to create a shared library in Jenkins

25 Using Jenkins with AWS EC2 and S3: A Practical Guide

26 Jenkins Error: trustAnchors parameter must be non-empty

27 Jenkins Error: Permission denied while trying to connect to the Docker daemon socket

28 Jenkins Error: groovy.lang.GroovyObject is not permitted to be deserialized

29 Fixing Jenkins Error: The input device is not a TTY

30 Jenkins: How to disable SonarQube analysis for a specific branch

31 Solving Jenkins Error: Host key verification failed

32 How to change the heap size in Jenkins

33 Fixing Jenkins error: Missing certificates and keys in keychain

34 Understanding Artifacts in Jenkins: A Practical Guide (with examples)

35 Solving Jenkins Pipeline NotSerializableException: groovy.json.internal.LazyMap

36 How to trigger Jenkins build from GitHub (and pass parameters)

37 How to use Jenkins CI with private GitHub repositories

38 How to force Jenkins to restart (5 approaches)

39 Jenkins: How to terminate a zombie build (stuck in the queue)

40 Jenkins: How to set PATH environment variable (Mac, Windows)

41 Jenkins: How to set a timeout for a build

42 Using Jenkins with Groovy scripts: A Practical Guide (with examples)

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