Jenkins network diagram

Enhance your DevOps practices by visualizing the Jenkins CI/CD network flow with this example.

Jenkins network diagram

Enhance your DevOps practices by visualizing the Jenkins CI/CD network flow with this example.

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about this example

Jenkins is a cornerstone of continuous integration and delivery. This diagram provides a visual representation of a Jenkins setup within a network:

  • Client Interaction: Showcases how users interact with Jenkins via HTTP/HTTPS protocols, facilitated by Amazon CloudFront.
  • Build Automation: Details the role of Jenkins in automating builds, including integration with third-party Git repositories.
  • Secure Communication: Highlights the disabled SSH daemon for security, with alternative Jenkins Remoting over TCP/IP.
  • Artifact Storage: Connects AWS Lambda to Amazon S3 for storing build artifacts, secured by AWS KMS and accessible through an optional corporate proxy.

When to use
  • Infrastructure Setup: When configuring Jenkins within an AWS environment for CI/CD pipelines.
  • Security Configuration: When setting up secure communication channels for Jenkins agents and build processes.
  • DevOps Tool Integration: When integrating Jenkins with various DevOps tools for end-to-end automation, from code commits to deployment.

How to use
  1. Start editing: Duplicate the example file and double-click on the diagram to begin adapting it to your infrastructure.
  2. Customize diagram: Add or modify nodes, groups, and relationships to match your Jenkins setup, security measures, and network configuration.
  3. Customize layout: Drag elements on the diagram directly on the canvas to accurately represent your CI/CD workflow.
  4. Collect feedback: Share the diagram with your engineering team to ensure all aspects of your Jenkins environment are captured and understood.

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