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How to Manage Credentials in Jenkins

by Andy Corrigan4mSeptember 15th, 2022
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Jenkins is just one step in your pipeline, complementing other systems and services. You can connect Jenkins to most industry tools, securely storing their credentials, secrets, and API keys. By storing these login methods, Jenkins seamlessly connects to those other services during its automation processes. In this post, I walk you through how to install the Credentials Binding plugin and the different ways it's used. The plugin stores your authentication methods in two different ways: global and global. Global credentials are manually entered login methods stored in Jenkins.
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