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A refreshed and friendlier hook for your Bitbucket and Jenkins integration

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In today’s fast paced world, organizations are increasingly adopting Agile practices so they can deliver better quality products faster, improve customer satisfaction, and enhance employee engagement. Continuous integration and continuous delivery is an essential piece to the Agile pie, which means integrating Bitbucket and Jenkins is hardly a “one size fits all” job.

With this in mind, the Developer Tools team at Appfire has been hard at work developing a more flexible Webhook to Jenkins for Bitbucket. You can further customize your configurations and set rules specific to your organization, so you can deliver more value, faster. We’ve laid it all out for you in this article!

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