Getting Started

How to get quickly up and running with Jenkins X

Get setup locally

First you will need to get the jx command line tool locally on your machine.

Then you can use the jx command line to create a new Kubernetes cluster with Jenkins X installed automatically.

If you already have a Kubernetes cluster, then install Jenkins X on your Kubernetes cluster with Jenkins X Boot.

Once you have Jenkins X set up and running

When you have a Kubernetes cluster with Jenkins X installed, check out your next steps.

Other options

In case you’re looking for something else then straight up Jenkins X, there are a few options:

Setup Jenkins X

How to setup Jenkins X?

Create your first project

Now that you've setup the platform, let's create your first project.

Build, test and preview an app

This walkthrough helps you understand how to build, test and preview your app in various built-in **environments** in Jenkins X

Promotion and Environments

Promote new versions of your application to environments

Demos, talks and blog posts

A list of useful demos, talks and blog posts to continue on your getting started journey.

What's next?

What to do after Jenkins X is installed on a Kubernetes cluster

Last modified December 10, 2019: release 0.0.1336 (51e0ab5)