Jenkins is a DevOps tool that is developed in Java and Jenkins is a free and open-source tool for continuous integration and deployment.
Jenkins invites the developer to set up a continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) environment. It has version control technologies like Git, Maven, and others that may be used to control the version.
In this post, we’ll go over the installation process, which is the initial step in learning Jenkins.
- How to start Jenkins in windows?
- Jenkins install on windows 10 step by step
- How to Install Jenkins on windows using war file?
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Steps of Installing Jenkins on Windows
For Jenkins, we’ll use a war file. Tomcat is running on port 8084 in this step.
- Download Jenkins war from Jenkins website Download
- Copy the war file into Tomcat webapps folder
- Start the tomcat and open Jenkins directory in browser
- Find the administrator password from the given location
- Paste the password to Administrator password text field
- Skip Plugin Installation
- Create Admin First user
- Instance Configuration
- Start using Jenkins
- Jenkins is ready to use
Copy the war file into Tomcat webapps folder
Here you have to copy the downloaded war file to apache tomcat webapps folder then you have to start tomcat.
Start the tomcat and open Jenkins directory in browser
Find the administrator password from the given location as shown in Step 2 image
Paste the password to Administrator password text field
To continue here you have to paste the administrator password that you copied in the above step.
Skip Plugin Installation
You can skip plugin installation for now. Press on Skip Plugin Installation button.
Create Admin First user
By choosing the “Skip and Continue as Admin” link, you may either create your own admin user or skip it entirely. Here, I’m establishing an admin user by filling in the essential details, as indicated in the image. Click the “Save and Continue” button after entering the user’s details.
Start using Jenkins
Click on Start using Jenkins button
Jenkins is ready to use
You can start using Jenkins from this step. You can create project and install plugin as per your requirement.