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Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) Server for Debian GNU/Linux 11

Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) Server for Debian GNU/Linux 11

By: Kurian Latest Version: 2.361.1
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

Jenkins is mainly used for setting up automated software builds and building CI/CD pipelines in a software development organization. However, it can also be used as a general purpose DevOps automation platform where various automation, provisioning and system maintenance tasks can be hosted and orchestrated from.

When you spin up an AWS EC2 node from Kurian's Jenkins Server AMI, Jenkins Automation Server is up and running, and fully functional. It also comes with additional tools commonly found in a DevOps toolchain that are needed to roll out various automation projects. They include:

Major Jenkins plugins
Compilers Open JDK 8 and C/C++
Python 2.7 and 3.x
Ansible
Node.js
AWS CLI
kubectl
Maven
Gradle
Git Client
At the same time, the Jenkins setup is not altered from official installation guidelines so you don't need to deal with a custom Jenkins setup for building on the baseline platform provided by this AMI.
Kurian has released pre-configured software applications such as Wordpress, Jenkins, databases, LAMP stack, Ansible, DevOps tools, and monitoring applications that are widely used by system administrators and DevOps engineers. For selected Linux distributions hardened images based on CIS benchmark are also available. The Kurian AMIs are built following official installation steps so you do not need to learn any custom procedures if additional configurations need to be done.

Version

2.361.1

By

Kurian

Operating System

Linux/Unix, Debian 11

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  • Amazon Machine Image

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