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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Installing Jenkins

In this section, we are going to install Jenkins and configure it from the host machine. We do not need to install Jenkins on a server, so if you are low on RAM, consider installing it on your local machine (see the Installing Jenkins on Windows section). Of course, since you will be using CI mostly in a team, installing Jenkins on your local machine does not make much sense. However, if your company is running Windows servers, or developing using Microsoft technology, you will want to read the Windows section anyway. Unlike Git, Jenkins does not need a client application.

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