Difficulty: beginner
Estimated Time: 20-25 minutes

This scenario explains how to setup Jenkins with GIT for Continuous Integration of code.

The environment has a Docker installation configured, running on a host called docker. Everything else required we'll launch as containers.

Tutorial by -

Ajinkya Bapat

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This scenario has explained how to integrate GIT with Jenkins to achieve continuous build & integration of your code.

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Jenkins Integration with GIT

Step 1 of 10

Step 1 - Pull Jenkins Image

First, pull the official jenkins image from Docker repository.

The command below will pull the official Jenkins image from Docker Hub.

docker pull jenkins

This will pull Jenkins image from Docker Hub to your local machine.