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Effective DevOps with AWS - Second Edition by Nathaniel Felsen, Giuseppe Borgese, Yogesh Raheja

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Creating the CI pipeline in Jenkins

As we saw earlier, Jenkins works by creating and executing jobs. Historically, one way to create the pipeline would be to open Jenkins in the browser, navigate to the job we previously created, and edit it to outline the different steps involved in testing our code. The problem with that solution is that there isn't a good review process involved and it's hard to track every change made over time. In addition, it's very hard for developers to make changes in a project that involves adding new build steps as the code of the project and the job building the project aren't synced together. Jenkins 2 made the concept of describing the build process into a local file a standard feature, which we're going to ...

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