How is a Jenkinsfile structured? What is its role?

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For defining a Pipeline in SCM, a Jenkins file is a text file that contains the meaning of a Jenkins Pipeline and is registered with source control. Consider the accompanying Pipeline which executes an essential three-organize continuous delivery pipeline. Making a Jenkins file, which is registered with source control, gives various prompt advantages:

  1. Code review/emphasis on the Pipeline
  2. Audit trail for the Pipeline
  3. Single wellspring of truth for the Pipeline, which can be seen and altered by numerous individuals from the undertaking.

Please find below Pipeline which implements a basic three-stage continuous delivery pipeline:

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