Unlike the traditional approach, the pipeline doesn’t wait for the entire process to be completed to look into bugs and errors. This has been a game-changer for developers and supports over a thousand plugins to support and handle various software. Plugins can be installed, updated and removed through the Manage Plugins screen. Jenkins is highly extensible whose functionality can be extended through the installation of plugins. When working with Jenkins, the continuous build, integration and testing relative tasks associated with a project, is called the Pipeline. Pipeline manages the continuous delivery process. Because of this do not mistaken the pipelines to be stuck and ineffective, as they evolve throughout the projects. Jenkins has a ‘Jenkinsfile’ that handles creation and execution. A continuous delivery pipeline facilitates an automated expression that processes the software through Version Control to your users and customers. You can code simple or complex tasks via Pipeline DSL(Domain-specific Language).