Continuous Integration is a programming process that requires developers to commit updates to the source code in a public repository many times a day or at frequent intervals. A repository is created for any commitments made. As a result, any challenges can be spotted by the team early on. Moreover, the Continuous Integration platform performs various other tasks, such as deploying the development application to the test server, informing the relevant teams about the construct and test performance, etc. Jenkins uses plugins to accomplish Continuous Integration. Plugins generally allow DevOps stages to be integrated.