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Jenkins is a continuous integration tool that is very often used as a orchestration tool for continuous deployment and delivery. Today, we will look how to do artifact propagation in a Jenkins pipeline for Continuous Delivery and peer into questions like: How to make sure that different jobs in the pipeline use the same artifacts? How will these jobs get hold of those artifacts in a distributed environment? How can we make sure that 3rd party services also have access to those artifacts?

Posted by Oliver White  |   Jun 12 2012 / 10:02

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