Jenkins Consulting Services
Speed and quality of software delivery matter the most than anything else in the current IT industry scenario. This is in fact a key to gaining a competitive edge or winning the market through benchmark solutions backed by faster innovation.
But achieving this is not so easier!
Though technology solutions like DevOps have shown the path of continuous delivery, getting the desired result demands the effective implementation of relevant tools and resources. The tools that align your IT existing infrastructure with the set objectives and drive production at the expected rate are the need of the hour. There are a large number of tools in the DevOps lifecycle by purpose, such as code, build, test, package, configure, infrastructure and monitor, among others.
‘Jenkins’ is one you would definitely require in this transformational journey!
Jenkins is a self-contained, open-source automation server that helps IT teams in executing build, test and deploy operations of the software development process. It’s a Java-based continuous integration server most popularly used for managing continuous integration builds and delivery pipelines.
Jenkins is easily installable through native system packages or standalone on any machine with a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and can run independently on any platform.
How Jenkins Impacts Software Delivery?
As an extensible automation server, Jenkins easily integrates with hundreds of plugins in the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) toolchain. It comes with simple configuration setup over web interface and can either be used as a CI server or transformed into a continuous delivery hub as per the project requirements.
It helps developers in continuous build and test operations, and also supports easy integration of various development lifecycle processes such as build, test, package, stage, deploy, analysis and more. It requires only a little maintenance and has a well-incorporated GUI tool for continuous updates. Jenkins executes automation scaling at an advanced level, making communication and collaboration among processes and teams easier than ever.
As the developer sends the code to source code repository, Jenkins server monitors the repository for any updates or changes. Upon a code commit, it pulls the changes made and moves on to prepare builds to further send it to the test server. This pipeline to create builds (prepare, test, package, publish and deploy) can be configured and after running it successfully, Jenkins generates alerts and notifies the developers about build and test results.
Overall, Jenkins solution promises:
Improved delivery speed
Veritis for ‘Jenkins Consulting Services’
Today’s many leading IT solutions and services are part of Veritis Consulting. Veritis has a team of DevOps experts who can help you in DevOps implementation along with the implementation of relevant tools and resources. Our Jenkins experts assist in all directions of Jenkins implementation by analyzing your business requirements.
Some of the key business benefits of Veritis Jenkins services include:
Easy tool integration
Simplified configuration and installation