Jenkins: centralizing the management of scheduled tasks


Jenkins is a free open source software for continuous integration. It is normally used by development equipment to ensure non-regression of source code.

In turn, it is possible to use Jenkins as a scheduler to centralize the administration of scheduled Windows and / or Linux tasks.

I propose in this article to explain how to use Jenkins to manage scheduled tasks in a Windows Server environment.

Related Posts

Active Directory: Joining a Computer to a Domain at the Command Line
Introduction The Active Directory domain join of a computer can be done using either the GUI or using command line and PowerShell. In this tutorial, I will explain how to join a computer to a domain using the various command lines that are: NETDOM DJ

MDT: Running a PowerShell Script During a Deployment
In this article, I explain how to run a PowerShell script (ps1 file) during a deployment with MDT. Copy the ps1 << 1 >> file to the Scripts folder in the folder. Open the properties of the sequence and add a task of type Run Command Line

Administer Windows Remote Server in PowerShell with PSSession
Introduction In this tutorial, we will see how to remotely administer a Windows server in PowerShell (Powershell remoting) with PSSession. PSSession is the prefix of several Powershell commands that allow connection and management of it. All the comm

Leave a Comment