We have seen the built-in pipeline concept of Jenkins 2. It is a very flexible and powerful concept, but for that, we need to write a Groovy script. Another way that has an easy learning curve is to use the Build Pipeline plugin. It provides simple visualization of upstream and downstream build jobs. It also enables manual triggers for a situation where we need approval for executing a specific build. We can create a chain of jobs for end-to-end automation. Here, I'm assuming that you are aware of the concept of upstream and downstream build jobs.
To create a build pipeline, follow these steps: