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Deploying Jenkins to EKS and Injecting a job in Jenkins

Muhammad Suleman
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Apr 22, 2023

I want to deploy Jenkins on EKS using manifests files and I want to inject a job in jenkins using Bitbucket pipelines.


Can you please help how can i do that


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Theodora Boudale
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Apr 24, 2023

Hi Suleman,

If by "inject a job in jenkins using Bitbucket pipelines." you mean triggering a jenkins job from pipelines, you can check the following pipe:

You can use this pipe in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file of your repo in order to trigger a job in jenkins during a pipelines build.

I am not sure about deploying to EKS from Jenkins; you may want to check Jenkins and EKS documentation about that and/or reach out to a forum specific to these two products.

Kind regards,

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