Jenkins: centralizing the management of scheduled tasks

Intro

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.



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