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Running Jenkins Pipelines on OpenShift

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Running Jenkins Pipelines on OpenShift
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1. Deploy Jenkins in OpenShift

## Check available jenkins template
$ oc get templates -n openshift | grep jenkins

## Create a new project 
$ oc new-project jenkins-project

## Deploy jenkins and wait for the deployment up and running
$ oc new-app  --as-deployment-config \
> jenkins-ephemeral -p MEMORY_LIMIT=2048Mi

$ oc get pod
## find the jenkins app url
$ oc get route

Login with OpenShift credentials and Authorize Access. ## Configure App Project ```bash ## create project for app $ oc new-project cicd-app-demo ## de
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