In this project, we will learn how to integrate Git with Jenkins. We will show how to install Jenkins on the local machine, and how Jenkins should be integrated with Git. server running, and how to create parallel builds in Jenkins to run multiple jobs at the same time.
Your Jenkins project is linked to your GitHub repository. With this Jenkins GitHub connection, you can now use any file from the GitHub repository to run the Jenkins job with every code commit.
Jenkins starts with a fairly simple configuration, so you’ll need to install the necessary plugins to allow third-party application functionality.
GitHub is a web-based code repository that is important in DevOps. It provides a centralised platform for several developers working on the same code/project to upload and retrieve updated code, allowing for continuous integration.
Jenkins requires the GitHub plugin to be install in order to pull code from the GitHub repository.
What will you Learn in the Project in Integrate GIT with Jenkins?
1. How to install Jenkins on the local machine.
2. How to Jenkins and GIT can be combine.
3. How to create and run Jenkins job.
4. How to create parallel builds in Jenkins
- Source Code Management Tool: Git, GitHub
- CI/CD Tool: Jenkins
As part of this project, we will be performing the following tasks:
1: Install Jenkins on your local machine
2: Make a freestyle job that will clone the GitHub repository and build the task.
3: Create 5 parallel builds using a pipeline