Resources on how to deploy software applications using Jenkins, a Continuous Integration tool.
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Below we have compiled publicly available sources from around the world that present views on Deployment via Jenkins Continuous Integration Tool.

Deployment with Jenkins

Gartner Magic Quadrant: Application Release Automation

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Further Reading


  • Software Deployment ProcessResources offering general descriptions of the deployment process, deployment in specific environments, how deployment works in specific tools, and examples of deployment processes at Amazon, GitHub and more.
  • Deployment AutomationDeployment automation allows applications to be deployed across the various environments used in the development process, as well as the final production environments. 
  • Types of Software DeploymentsResources on how to deploy complex software on different contexts, environments and stacks.
  • Deployment PlanningGeneral resources on deployment planning, deployment in specific environments such as Geronimo, Oracle, WebSphere, and examples of deployment planning at real organizations.
    • Examples of Deployment PlanningGeneral resources on deployment planning, including detailed examples of software deployment planning at real organizations.
    • Software Deployment ChecklistGeneral resources on what a deployment checklist should contain, and specific checklists for general deployments, and for deploying in specific environments such as Google Cloud, Django and Drupal.
    • Deployment Plan TemplateResources offering document templates that can be used to plan complex deployments, and examples of deployment templates used by real organizations.

Gartner Magic Quadrant: Application Release Automation

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