Integration with build servers such as Jenkins

Automated deployment from Jenkins

Octopus is the easiest way to automate complex deployments from Jenkins when your Jenkins build completes.

Try it free Jenkins + Octopus guide

Jenkins is an extendable, open-source continuous integration server. You can use Jenkins to compile and test your code, and then have it trigger deployments in Octopus Deploy.

Just like Jenkins makes build automation easy, Octopus Deploy makes deployment automation easy. Where Jenkins is designed to run a given build on a single build server, Octopus can deploy to hundreds of machines in parallel.

Jenkins builds the code and runs tests, while Octopus takes care of:

  • Distributing applications to all the remote machines, securely
  • Environment-specific configuration, like connection strings
  • Configuring IIS and Tomcat sites and installing Windows Services
  • Doing all of the above across many machines in parallel

Learn more about connecting Jenkins with Octopus.

Create packages and push to Octopus

Have Jenkins compile the code, run tests, then bundle your application into a package that Octopus can deploy.

Build servers like Jenkins are able to compile code and run their tests so it can be packaged and sent to Octopus for deployment

Create your release

Have Jenkins trigger an Octopus deployment to a Dev environment after every build, by calling our cross-platform Octo command line tools to create releases and deploy releases.

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Easy automated deployments with Jenkins

Third party plugin

An open source plugin for Jenkins provides built-in steps to create and deploy releases.

View Jenkins Plugin

Use our open source devops tool for deploying your next release

Package anything

Package your application into a ZIP, .tar.gz, JAR/WAR or NuGet package.

Fail build if deployment fails

Have Jenkins automatically fail the build if the deployment in Octopus fails.

Continuous Delivery

Leverage Jenkins and Octopus to implement full continuous delivery pipelines.

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