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Jenkins on CentOS 7.9

This Jenkins image on CentOS 7.9 comes preinstalled with essential system components like AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. You can find a comprehensive user guide in the Additional Resources section of this listing. All offerings of this kind are automatically updated on initial boot to ensure the inclusion of the latest packages and security updates.

Jenkins is an open-source automation tool written in Java, complemented by plugins designed for Continuous Integration purposes. Jenkins simplifies the continuous building and testing of software projects, streamlining the integration of developer changes and providing users with easy access to freshly-built software. Additionally, Jenkins facilitates continuous software delivery by seamlessly integrating with a wide array of testing and deployment technologies.

Through Jenkins, organizations can expedite the software development process via automation. Jenkins seamlessly integrates various development life-cycle processes, including building, documenting, testing, packaging, staging, deploying, conducting static analysis, and much more.

The implementation of Continuous Integration in Jenkins is made possible through the use of plugins. These plugins enable the integration of diverse DevOps stages. If you wish to integrate a specific tool, you can easily achieve this by installing the corresponding plugins. Examples of such tools include Git, Maven 2 project, Amazon EC2, HTML publisher, and more.

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