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Jenkins on Alma Linux 8

This is a repackaged software where additional charges are applicable for Round-the-Clock support with a guaranteed 24-Hour response time.

Cloudimg presents this preinstalled Jenkins image on Alma Linux 8, equipped with essential system components including AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. A comprehensive user guide is available in the Additional Resources section of this listing. All cloudimg offerings are automatically updated on first boot to ensure the inclusion of the latest packages and security updates.

Jenkins is an open-source automation tool written in Java, with built-in plugins designed for Continuous Integration purposes. It is utilized for building and continuously testing software projects, streamlining the integration of changes made by developers, and facilitating easy access to fresh builds for users. Jenkins also enables continuous software delivery by seamlessly integrating with a wide range of testing and deployment technologies.

Organizations can significantly expedite the software development process through automation with Jenkins. Jenkins seamlessly integrates various development life-cycle processes, including building, documenting, testing, packaging, staging, deploying, static analysis, and much more.

Jenkins achieves Continuous Integration through the use of plugins, which enable the integration of various DevOps stages. To integrate a specific tool, the corresponding plugins need to be installed. Examples of such tools include Git, Maven 2 project, Amazon EC2, HTML publisher, and more.

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