2018-06-03T09:17:00Z

What is your primary use case for Jenkins?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

We use this solution for repeatable testing of code for regression and design conformance in a medical and scientific environment.

2019-11-26T11:47:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We use this solution for Build & Deploy Automation. It is integrated with Git or TFS, Nexus and Ansible for deploying to premises servers in Linux or Windows.

2019-09-19T11:25:00Z
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Real User

We use this solution for continuous integration and deployment, using Groovy Script for pipeline node configuration.

2019-06-27T08:58:00Z
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Jenkins is part of our test infrastructure. We organize the test execution mainly of our performance tests, based on JMeter. Second, the deployment of release candidates in our test infrastructure is managed using Jenkins. In the future, we want to use Jenkins more in the field of continuous integration and continuous deployment.

2019-05-14T07:51:00Z
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Real User

This is our CD solution for Java APIs and Microsites.

2019-05-09T18:50:00Z
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Real User

This solution is the primary component for our automatic release process, including code smell, integration, and deployment.

2019-04-16T12:53:00Z
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Real User

I use Jenkins for Continous Integration or Continous Deployment to run test case execution in Nightly build atmosphere. Integrating test scripts to Jenkins is easier and it can run based on the frequency mentioned in settings.

2018-09-05T04:49:00Z
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Real User

We use it for build.

2018-06-03T09:17:00Z
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