running a Jenkins job on multiple virtual servers

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I installed Jenkins on a server ,by default the job was running on that server .I want my Jenkins to run the the same job on to multiple server. How is it going to ssh to other servers? I want to deploy an application over multiple servers. How do I do that? I am not that experienced .

Can anyone help me with this query?


May 25, 2018 in Jenkins by Atul
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Your goals can be achieved by using any of the configuration management tool like ansible, chef or capistrano as jenkins jobs so that your work can be done with jenkins. The number of servers you want can be mentioned under the capistrano cookbook and whenever the job will be  built, the task will run on all servers.

I hope that it will help you in resolving your query.

answered May 25, 2018 by shubham
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