The good folks at Bitnami have made a large number of applications available via VM’s for all the major cloud platforms. One of my favorite CI tools is Jenkins, which as you guessed Bitnami offers multiple VM’s and local images. If your sys admins don’t have time to set up a Jenkins server for you, then you can easily deploy a Jenkins to AWS or Azure or Digital Ocean.. you name it.
In this post we are going to show you how easy it is to set this up on Azure. It’s just as easy on all other providers. One of the advantages of Azure is that your server will have the hostname DNS resolvable without the need for a static IP.
Here are the steps.
Once the server is created, login to your Jenkins server and start configuring “Items”. This was a breeze! Thank you Bitnami. On my next post, I will show you how to configure Jenkins with Github and Salesforce Chatter as part of a CI process for Salesforce’s Apex – force.com