Jenkins download and deployment

The Jenkins project produces two release lines: Stable (LTS) and regular (Weekly). Depending on your organization's needs, one may be preferred over the other. See the links below for more information and recommendations about the release lines.

Stable (LTS)

Long-Term Support (LTS) release baselines are chosen every 12 weeks from the stream of regular releases. Every 4 weeks we release stable releases which include bug and security fix backports. Learn more…

Changelog | Upgrade Guide | Past Releases

Regular releases (Weekly)

This release line delivers bug fixes and new features rapidly to users and plugin developers who need them. It is generally delivered on a weekly cadence. Learn more…

Changelog | Past Releases

Downloading Jenkins

Jenkins is distributed as WAR files, native packages, installers, and Docker images. Follow these installation steps:

  1. Before downloading, please take a moment to review the Hardware and Software requirements section of the User Handbook.
  2. Select one of the packages below and follow the download instructions.
  3. Once a Jenkins package has been downloaded, proceed to the Installing Jenkins section of the User Handbook.
  4. You may also want to verify the package you downloaded. Learn more about verifying Jenkins downloads.

NOTE: Packages with the gear icon are maintained by third parties. Such packages may be not as frequently updated as packages supported by the Jenkins project directly.

Deploying Jenkins in public cloud

Many public cloud vendors provide their own Jenkins installation guides and packages. The guides provide instructions to deploy, maintain, and upgrade on the specific public cloud. Such guides may be used to quickly deploy Jenkins and, in many cases, to get an instance preconfigured to be used within the public cloud (e.g. bundled plugins, integrations with public cloud services, etc.).

Jenkins with AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodeDeploy

Jenkins quickstarts, tutorials, samples, and resources for Azure

Jenkins at scale on Google Kubernetes Engine

Images for Amazon Web Services, Azure, and Google Cloud