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Learn Continuous Integration with Jenkins All in One Guide

Automate your code through continuous integration. Learn how to configure Jenkins in this Jenkins Beginners tutorial
Lectures:
31
Video:
5 hours
Level:
All level
Languages:
English
Last Updated:
06/2017
Includes:
30 day money back guarantee! Lifetime Access. No Limits! Certificate of Completion

Every developer’s nightmare is when their code malfunctions or breaks. Hours and hours of time spent on the code seems like a complete waste when they have spend extra hours trying to figure out why their code broke or which of their multiple updates were responsible. This is why continuous integration (CI) was incorporated, and more specifically developers trust Jenkins to help their CI needs.

Jenkins is an open source automation server that helps developers incorporate continuous integration in their software development process. Jenkins can be set up to automatically check the updates that are pushed through a repository and run tests to ensure that the codes run as they are supposed to, returning test reports before they are incorporated into the main coding file for the app or website.

Jenkins is a server based system that runs in a serverlet container such as Apache Tomcat or Maven and supports multiple tools including AccuRev, CVS, Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Perforce, Clearcase and RTC. Builds in Jenkins can be triggered in various ways including by committing it in a version control system, scheduling a cron-like mechanism, or even by requesting a specific build URL.

The best part about Jenkins is that you can add different plug-ins to extend it’s functionality to projects written in languages other than Java, as well as incorporate change to its look and feel. There are also plug-ins dedicated to generate test reports in different formats, making Jenkins easy to use and integrate into your everyday developing.

How can we help?

At first glance, Jenkins seems like a complicated software learn to, but that is why we have designed this easy to understand course! In this course, you will learn how to work with Jenkins and how to integrate in into your every project. You will also learn how to configure it for any platform and make it work for any technology.

The course is packed with not only theoretical as well as practical information. As firm believers of learn by doing, our courses are loaded with real world examples and how to tutorials to help you learn exactly how to start working with Jenkins and how to use it to get the most our of it.

From a detailed discussion on Continuous Integration to installing and setting up Jenkins to even automating jobs, you will learn everything you need to know about Jenkins step by step. At the end of this course, you will not only have the necessary information about Jenkins, but you will also be equipped with the knowledge to actually set up and configure Jenkins for any of your upcoming project.

Let’s look at what you will learn in this course:

  • A detailed introduction about what is continuous integration
  • Installing and configuring Jenkins
  • Different plug-ins that are available in Jenkins and what they do
  • How to integrate Jenkins with Maven, Tomcat, Git/GitHub, and BitBucket
  • How to create built jobs and pipelines
  • How to configure remote built and testing
  • How to automate the job built and notification
  • Automate code analysis and test reports
  • Configure continuous deployment
  • Backup and maintain your Jenkins serve
  • Tips and Tricks to get optimum use of your Jenkins server

     

In the world of automation, why should your codes be left behind? Enroll Now and learn how you can automate and simplify your job!

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