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DevOps for Web Development by Mitesh Soni

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Chapter 2. Continuous Integration with Jenkins 2

"The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing."                                                                       -Walt Disney

Jenkins 2 has arrived. It comes with built-in support for delivery pipelines, improved usability, a new setup experience, and complete backward compatibility with existing Jenkins installations. We will be using Jenkins 2 in this book.

This chapter describes in detail how Jenkins plays an important role in continuous integration. It covers how to prepare a runtime environment for application lifecycle management and configure it with Jenkins. It manages all the aspects of running a build to create a distribution file or Web application ARchive (WAR) file ...

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