Was ist Jenkins?
Open-Source-Automatisierungsserver, der viele Plugins für die Erstellung, das Testen und die Bereitstellung von Software bietet.
Jenkins – Details
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Jenkins bietet keine Gratisversion und keine kostenlose Testversion. Weitere Preisinformationen für Jenkins findest du unten.
Jenkins – Nutzerbewertungen
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Bewertet am 17.12.2019
Powerful CICD tool to handle all stage in pipeline
Kommentare: We use Jenkins as the main CICD in our project, we organize jobs with similar function into Group, we create jobs for the build, compile, and unit test each time a developer check-in their code to a specified branch and build a new version of artifact when having master branch commit. We add some additional plugin and create Jenkins jobs for run system test, automation test, and integration test automatically when having new commit to master and have jobs for deploy our new code to destination VMs on demand.
Vorteile: Jenkins is very simple to installation and configuration as standalone or cluster, just a few clicks to get Jenkins ready, it is flexible and easy to create Pipeline and Job from UI or by YML file. Jenkins support many plugins allows it easy to integrate with other tool and software such as AWS, Sonar, JMeter... and Jenkins support almost major language and OS.
Nachteile: Jenkins UI is simple and it is hard for manage when we have a large number of jobs and pipelines. It does not have features for tracking job history, sometimes accident deletes or changes a job and we unable to recover it.
Bewertet am 3.10.2019
Jenkins is great open source continuous integration tool for large scale applications.
Kommentare: I have used Jenkins for few projects with team members, we used it because we needed more flexibility at configuration. It is the only choice when you need more control over integration and testing. It is hard to configure and install but that is the trade-off for control over customization and configuration. Jenkins is free of cost itself although you need to server to host it. We use Jenkins only for projects which require more configuration and security.
Vorteile: Currently Jenkins is the only CI tool which has the largest set of plugins, it gives you more control over how it should work, like you can customize pipeline of continuous integration and delivery. There are plugins allow you to run Jenkins in kubernetes and docker but we never ran it on containers. Huge number of plugins available for Jenkins which allow you to integrate with other tools and customize it to your needs, plugins are available at Jenkins update center. Great thing about Jenkins is it work on windows, Linux and mac OS. Cost of using Jenkins is free because its open source although you need server to host it, you must maintain and update and that's your responsibility.
Jenkins is not easy to use you need to configure it and host it before using unlike tools like travis CI which is ready to be used.
Learning curve is steep because it has lot of features and customization which is little bit hard at start.
Hosting server is needed to host Jenkins, which means you also need to pay for hosting.
Maintenance and updation is user responsibility.
Bewertet am 26.12.2019
Jenkins - a great build tool for the masses
Kommentare: Jenkins is currently used as a CI tool wherein we can commit to GIT which in turns kicks of Jenkins and it takes care of test cases execution and deployment.. its basically our CI-CD line.
1. Great plugin ecosystem, has everything we need for a CI tool..great integration with test suites, GIT and other products.
2. Robust ecosystem of developments all year around, quick bug fixes
3. set up on Azure , AWS is a breeze
4. Scheduling jobs has been its strongest forte
5. Auditing capabilities is pretty useful
Plugins might be needed for the basis task, can improve the out of the box capabilities.
UI can be improved, its clunky
it needs to be an enterprise level tool set with easy abort for hung jobs... sometimes we need to restart Jenkins to get this going
Auditing features can be improved to track user level data
Error messaging can be enhanced..its pretty basic at the moment with exception handling capabilities
Roles/Security feature around user privileges needs to offered too
Bewertet am 17.2.2020
The Nagios of CI tools: old, clunky, but still "works"
Kommentare: Nobody ever got fired for choosing Nagios as an IT monitoring tool, and nobody ever got fired for choosing Jenkins as a CI tool. However, both products are, in my estimation, relics from an age when better options really weren't available. Jenkins is free, widely used, and has a vibrant ecosystem. However, at this point, I feel certain that it's coasting on its past reputation. Before settling for Jenkins, I would carefully examine more modern products in this space such as GitLab CI.
Vorteile: Jenkins can be set up on-premise and comes with no licensing fees. Considering the cost of some CI platforms, that's a HUGE advantage. There are enough plugins that you can find added functionality for almost anything.
Nachteile: Jenkins can be kind of like WordPress - there is such heavy reliance on plugins that they can sometimes cause unexpected behavior when interacting with each other. Jenkins is significantly harder to get started with than something like GitLab CI. When tasked with creating pipelines for my own development projects, I opted for GitLab CI, and I feel like I'm missing absolutely nothing. The stock Jenkins interface is absolutely horrible. It looks like a leftover from 10+ years ago. (Another similarity with NAgios...)
Bewertet am 26.11.2019
Jenkins is Mandatory for DevOps Style
Kommentare: Is the better tool to the CI/CD Deployment, for DevOps is a Must.
Vorteile: I use Jenkins from 2 years now and is the best software con Continuous Integration and Continuous Deploy process. Have a lot of plugins integrated like as JaCoCo, sonar, maven etc. Develop and release are become very simply and automated with jenkins.
Nachteile: The first Installation is not very simple, with docker can be improved. Any plugins have a problems with legacy version of Jenkins