Jenkins is a continuous integration and build system written in Java. It is used by software engineering groups to test and validate incremental changes to their codebase, and to generate software artifacts for use and publication. Jenkins 2.138.1 is current as of September 12, 2018.

In a multi-architecture environment, Jenkins can be run with a single master system keeping track of queues and build status, and a series of one or more agent systems for each build architecture to run tasks and do native builds. These agents can run on arm64 platforms, per the distributed builds instructions.

Multiarchitecture support for a Jenkins master is experimental and being worked on as of October 2018.

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