Jenkins is the leading automation server where it will automate certain parts of the lifecycle of software development, for example, most people use Github to store the code, after the initial set up, Jenkins can “automatically” pull the code from Github, build it, test it, and deploy it. That part is not rocket science and can save lots of time and inconsistency if can be automated.
Here, I used a brand new Jenkins version to show you how Jenkins does all of that from bitbucket.
The Python application that we are pulling is pretty short, but is using Flask, Pandas and Anaconda Conda virtual environment, so I think it should be a good experience to share with.
First of all, you need to go the deployment server and set up a virtual environment in your home folder, I think this part could also be integrated into the job but in this case, I did it manually. Then Jenkins will take care of the rest of it.
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I think you meant to say “Continuous Integration” rather than “Continuance”
thanks Jon, fixed.