Jenkins is an open-source and extensible continuous integration and continuous deployment server. It is used to automate the process of continuous integration and continuous deployment(CI/CD). The importance of monitoring remote jobs and interacting with team members for stable code is immense; Jenkins takes care of all these requirements and allows a smooth integration via plugins, pipelines, and Jenkins environment variables.
If you are amongst the typical Jenkins users who want to add to their knowledge about CI and CD, some fundamental concepts must be learned. In this article, we will learn about the critical concept of Jenkins pipeline environment variables. We will also view and install the Lambatest Jenkins plugin and use the in-build variables from the Jenkins environment variables list.
So, let’s get started!
What are Jenkins Pipeline Environment Variables?
While writing the script for a Jenkins pipeline, some dynamic values are to be injected and…