Jenkins packaged by Data Science Dojo

Data Science Dojo

Jenkins packaged by Data Science Dojo

Data Science Dojo

Jenkins is the leading open-source automation server to facilitate CI/CD DevOps

Data Science Dojo delivers data science education, consulting, and technical services to harvest the power of data.

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About the offer:

Jenkins is an open-source development tool used to automate workflow pipelines and implement continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) over any software. You can create free-style and multi-configuration projects to build your software and create pipelines to orchestrate long-running activities that can span multiple build agents in real-time. You can also create containers, organizational folders, and multi-branch pipelines as per requirement. From software development to deployment, Jenkins can be used to effectively manage tasks and run tests to detect bugs. For microservices architecture, the requirement for Jenkins becomes even more pressing because they have to update services frequently and the kind of automation that Jenkins provides is the only way to manage such architectures.

Who benefits from this offer:

Following can benefit from Jenkins:

  • Teams of developers
  • Data engineers
  • DevOps engineers
  • Organizations

What is included in this offer:
  • VM pre-configured with Jenkins easy-to-use web interface
  • Massive collection of plugins available under Plugin Manager for extensibility
  • Feature to create, delete and modify users and define permissions
  • System logging and statistics to check resource utilization
  • Feature to set up a distributed build
  • Git support for source code management
  • Build triggers and post-build actions for your software project
  • Ability to detect errors easily
Technical Specifications:

Jenkins throughput improves with more CPU cores, more RAM, and faster disks

  • Minimum memory: 8GB RAM
  • Minimum vCPU: 2 vCPUs
  • Operating System: Ubuntu 20.04
Instructions to get started:

The default port Jenkins listens to is 8080. You can access the web interface at http://your_ip:8080

Jenkis prompts users to type an initial password on the first web access, which you can get by typing: sudo cat /var/lib/jenkins/secrets/initialAdminPassword on your terminal.