How to setup Jenkins X?
Latest Jenkins X
Install the jx command line tool for your platform.
Once you have a Kubernetes cluster, then install Jenkins X on your Kubernetes cluster with Jenkins X Boot.
Then check out your next steps.
There are a few other ways for users to trial and run Jenkins X in production that have been developed from the Jenkins X open source project:
- The CloudBees Jenkins X Distribution - is released monthly based on the open source binary that is then battle tested and verified by CloudBees. CJXD is free to download and use, with optional paid commercial support available should you need it.
Jenkins X as a service
- CloudBees CI-CD powered by Jenkins X - is CI/CD as a service so you don’t need to worry about setting up and managing Jenkins X. A Preview Experience of the new Jenkins X SaaS is currently available. Sign up here to try out the new Jenkins X Saas!
Step by Step Guide
There are many guides available that can take you through nuances for your platform if you search the web. This guide takes you through setting up a cluster on GKE and using GitHub with a custom DNS name.
Now that you've setup the platform, let's create your first project.
This walkthrough helps you understand how to build, test and preview your app in various built-in **environments** in Jenkins X
Promote new versions of your application to environments
A list of useful demos, talks and blog posts to continue on your getting started journey.
What to do after Jenkins X is installed on a Kubernetes cluster
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