Although you can install the Jenkins plugin from the Jenkins configuration page, if you would prefer to install it manually you can get the source code at the following URL:
Navigating to the plugin screen
From the Jenkins sidebar, click Manage Jenkins. Next, click Manage Plugins.
Selecting the VAddy plugin
The Available tab lists the plugins that can be installed.Type “VAddy” in the filter text field in the upper-right corner. Select the VAddy Jenkins plugin and install it.
VAddy plugin configuration page
After you have finished installing the plugin, open the job configuration page. From the Add build step dropdown menu, select VAddy.
VAddy plugin settings
Finally, to finish setting up your Jenkins plugin, type the user ID and API key shown on the WebAPI management page. If you are using a v2.0 project, enter its project ID in the Host field; if you are using a v1.0 project, enter the domain name that you registered. (For more information, see Differences Between v1.0 and v2.0.)
You can find a v2.0 project’s ID on the VAddy admin console.
If Jenkins can only access the Internet through your company's proxy server, configure Jenkins' advanced settings with your proxy information to allow it to access VAddy's API.