Jenkins Integration

Posted by rs picture rs on Fri 10 Oct, 2014 05:22:42 +0000

Jenkins is a very popular, extensible open source Continuous Integration server.

Previously, to get Jenkins to work with our repositories, you would have to configure Jenkins to poll for changes in your repository, and this can cause a delay between pushing/committing changes and your project builds in Jenkins running.

We now support Jenkins as an external integration for all repositories.

This integration with Jenkins allows you to trigger builds for your Jenkins project automatically as you commit/push changes to your repository. This essentially eliminates the need for polling, and ensure that your builds are run as quickly as possible.

Since Jenkins can be setup in a plethora of different ways (in terms of authentication/authorisation) - we’ve started off with supporting the simplest authentication option which most people opt for: HTTP Basic Authentication and/or using a Jenkins Authentication Token

Full documentation of our integration with Jenkins can be found on our documentation site:

Do contact us if your Jenkins installation requires a different setup, or if you require any assistance.

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