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Configure Bitbucket Webhook to Trigger Jenkins Builds on AWS EC2
This article represents steps required to configure BitBucket Webhook to trigger Jenkins Builds on AWS EC2 based on code committed in the repository. This essentially means that a code commit in the BitBucket code repository would trigger a build in Jenkins server running on AWS EC2 machine. This forms the starting point of continuous delivery pipeline. The jenkins build, when triggered as a result of code push, could perform tasks such as some of the following: Run the build, Run tests Publish build artifacts in artifactory Deploying the build artifacts in different environments including QA, UAT and production. Please feel free to comment/suggest if I missed to mention one or …
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