Everyone loves Agile and the way it is replacing all the older methodologies and development models with a streamlined and sustainable system for faster delivery cycles. However, the ever-prevailing Manual testing practice has always kept the QA teams from entirely adopting Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery, making Agility unreachable. Fortunately, tools like Jenkins help reach the goals of the CI/CD pipeline, i.e., to maintain a continuous flow of software updates in production and shorter release cycles at reduced costs.
Jenkins and its relation to DevOps and CI/CD
We know that Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery are integral parts of the DevOps process and inevitable in the Agile approach. It has completely changed the way the development and QA team delivered the software. Let us briefly understand DevOps, CI/CD pipeline, and Jenkins before moving ahead.
In simple terms, DevOps is an engineering approach to unify the development and IT…