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Integrating Internal GIT with Cloud Manager Using Jenkins by Singaiah Chintalapudi

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Different Ways to Sync
1. Adobe I/O
2. Jenkins
3. Manually
4. Using shell script
Since most of the organization use Jenkins for their CI/CD processed, we’ll use Jenkins to easily push the code from your on-premise GIT to Cloud Manager.

Configuring Jenkins
1. Let’s create a new Jenkins job and go to configuration.
2. Go to Source Code Management and select “Git”
3. Here we should configure couple of repositories i.e. one is source (on-premise repo) and the other one is destination (Cloud Manager repo). The Branch to build/Brand Specifier in the below screenshot represents the branch on your on-premise git repo.

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