Administering CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 2.x
This guide is an old version of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 2.x References, and is superseded by CloudBees Core References.
Please refer to CloudBees Core References for updated content.
CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise provides a highly elastic infrastructure that supports centralized management of teams, shareable resources across the cluster and automated management of the underlying cluster infrastructure. This section lists a number of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise reference documents which provide administrators with details and advanced configuration options for further customizing and scaling a CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise environment.
See the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 2.x architecture for more details.
Many of the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise cluster and maintenance tasks can be executed through the
varied sub-commands provided by the
cje command-line tool. These commands
are intended for Operators and/or Administrators of the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise environment, and
require a configured project workspace.
Other plugins also provide command line interfaces in CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, including:
CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise can be integrated with ServiceNow® using a ServiceNow App and a CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise plugin. Refer to the ServiceNow Integration for more information.
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