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CentOS Stream 9 Server – Jenkins Server

Jenkins, an automation tool for continuous integration (CI), enables the seamless, ongoing development, testing, and deployment of newly created code. In the realm of continuous integration, developers commit changes to the source code housed in a shared repository, and these changes undergo continuous building, often occurring multiple times throughout the day. Each commit receives continuous scrutiny by the CI Server, optimizing the efficiency of code builds and verification processes.

Key Features of the Jenkins Server:

Software Build Utilizing Build Systems like Gradle, Maven, and More
Web Portal Administration
Automation Testing with Test Frameworks such as Nose2, PyTest, Robot, Selenium, and Others
Creation of Unlimited Pipelines
Job Scheduling and Build Triggering
Execution of Test Scripts (via Windows terminal, Linux shell, etc.)
Attainment of Test Results and Post-Action Tasks, such as Generating Test Reports, Among Others
Execution of Test Scenarios with Varied Input Combinations for Enhanced Test Coverage
Scalability
Continuous Integration (CI) with Automatic Artifact Creation and Testing, Detecting Issues in the Early Development Stages
Installation of Over 1500 Available Jenkins Plugins
Integration with AWS DevOps, GitHub, and Other Platforms
Support for Source Code Management (SCM) Tools, Including AccuRev, CVS, Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Perforce, ClearCase, RTC, and Execution of Apache Ant and Apache Maven-Based Projects.