In a nutshell, Jenkins is the leading open-source automation server. Built with Java, it provides over 1700 plugins to support automating virtually anything, so that humans can actually spend their time doing things machines cannot.
Use Jenkins to automate your development workflow so you can focus on work that matters most. Jenkins is commonly used for:
Execute repetitive tasks, save time, and optimize your development process with Jenkins.
The Jenkins project provides official distributions as WAR files, Docker images, native packages and installers for platforms including several Linux distributions and Windows. See the Downloads page for references.
For all distributions Jenkins offers two release lines:
Our latest and greatest source of Jenkins can be found on GitHub. Fork us!
Follow the contributing guidelines if you want to propose a change in the Jenkins core. For more information about participating in the community and contributing to the Jenkins project, see this page.
Documentation for Jenkins core maintainers is in the maintainers guidelines.
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See the Jenkins Governance Document for information about the project's open governance, our philosophy and values, and development practices. Jenkins Code of Conduct can be found here.
Jenkins is used by millions of users and thousands of companies. See adopters for the list of Jenkins adopters and their success stories.
Jenkins is licensed under the MIT License.