Get started with the most popular CI/CD tool

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Michael Levan

DevOps Researcher, Advisor, & Consultant

Jenkins is one of the most popular tools used worldwide for continuous integration and continuous delivery.

Jenkins is a free and open-source automation server. It enables developers to build, integrate, and test code automatically as soon as it is committed to the source repository. This enables developers to detect errors and bugs at an early stage and deploy more swiftly.

It helps in better collaboration between the developers as it takes the latest code and triggers a build as soon as it is added to the shared repository by any developer and notifies if the build was successful or not saving the time and effort by not wasting time looking for bugs.

In this course, you will learn with demos at each step for better visualization of the concepts about what CI/CD is, why we should use Jenkins, how to create pipelines, use of different plugins, Jenkins security and much more along with the hands-on practice for these concepts to give you a solid foundation of Jenkins.

Some of the concepts covered in this course are listed below: 

  • What is CI/CD

  • Why Jenkins?

  • Installing Jenkins

  • Jenkins CLI

  • Plugins

  • Managing users and teams

  • Managing the system and credentials

  • Administering Jenkins

  • Backup Jenkins

  • Restore Jenkins

  • Monitoring Jenkins

  • Jenkinsfile

  • Building a CI/CD pipeline

  • Build agents

  • Blue Ocean

  • Pipeline

  • Jenkins Security

And other Jenkins Concepts.

Practice, Practice, Practice!!!

Lectures alone won’t give you the skills you need to make it as a DevOps engineer. In this course, you will learn by doing. Each exercise will help you make sure you have truly mastered the concepts and will help you have the confidence to apply your Jenkins knowledge in real-world situations.

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About the instructor

  • Michael Levan

    Michael Levan

    DevOps Researcher, Advisor, & Consultant

    Michael Levan is a seasoned engineer and consultant who spends his time working with startups and enterprises around the globe on SRE and DevOps projects. He also performs technical research as an analyst, creates real-world, project-focused content, and coaches engineers on how to cognitively embark on their engineering journey. He is a cloud enthusiast, DevOps pro, HashiCorp Ambassador, and loves helping the tech community by speaking internationally and blogging.

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