In this section, we will review the Jenkins CLI—this is another Jenkins extension point that can be extremely useful in certain situations—typically it is used to run commands against a remote Jenkins server, performing functions such as triggering builds or updating configurations.
In order to use the Jenkins CLI, you need the "jenkins-cli.jar" file.
This can be quickly and easily fetched from your own Jenkins server. If you append "/cli" to the web address of your Jenkins instance, you should see a page similar to this:
This URL provides everything you should need to get started with the Jenkins CLI.
There is a link ...