How to create credentials in Jenkins

Every system, application or another solution has some authentication providers. Sometimes it’s a local password storage, sometimes administrator can implement AD (or another LDAP), Radius, OAuth etc. Nobody can reach the system without username and password, private key, secret token etc. Words below are so obvious that I feel stupid for writing them. But anyway it’s a very important entry into my today post – how to create credentials in Jenkins. Because even Jenkins has to use credentials in its projects and builds. If you have ever used Jenkins, you probably know that you can pass username and password as a Continue reading