Open-source automation server and continuous integration software
Jenkins Pricing, Features, Integrations and Alternatives
What is Jenkins?
Jenkins is a powerful open-source automation server that enables developers to build, test, and deploy their software with ease. With its vast plugin support and ability to distribute tasks across multiple machines, Jenkins streamlines the delivery of any project.
Jenkins is a tool in the Developer Tools and Devops categories.
Jenkins is an open source tool. You can find Jenkinss open source repo on Github.
What are Jenkins alternatives?
Circleci, Buildkite, Codeship and Azure DevOps are the most popular alternatives to Jenkins. Developer Tools, Project Management, Source Code Management and Integrations PaaS are the most popular app categories among Jenkins's alternatives.
We have compiled a list of 10 Jenkins competitors so that you can choose the right tool.
Which tools can be integrated with Jenkins?
New Relic, Google Drive, GitHub, Azure DevOps, Google Sheets, and Pushwoosh are the most popular tools that Jenkins integrates with.
Most often, Jenkins is integrated with tools from Push Notifications, Notifications, and Team Chat categories.
Zapier, Integromat and N8n are the most popular workflow automation services with built-in connectors between Jenkins and other tools.
Explore a list of popular 22 tools that integrate with Jenkins.
Jenkins Triggers and Actions
New job status notification
Catches job status notifications sent via the Notficiation Plugintriggerbyzapier
Watch job status notification
Triggers when a job status has been changed.triggerbyintegromat
Popular Automation Scenarios using Jenkins
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Jenkins's top competitors?
- Circleci, Buildkite, and Codeship are the most popular alternatives to Jenkins.
What apps integrate with Jenkins
- New Relic, Google Drive, GitHub, Azure DevOps, Google Sheets, and Pushwoosh are the most popular tools that Jenkins integrates with.