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Learning Objectives - In this module, you will get an introduction to Jenkins. You will learn why Jenkins is a better option when compared to Hudson.
Topics - Introduction, Continuous Integration Fundamentals, Introducing Jenkins, From Hudson to Jenkins, Whether to Use Jenkins or Hudson and an introduction to Continuous Integration into Your Organization.
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will learn to setup your Jenkins environment and Build Jobs.
Topics - Introduction, Preparing Your Environment, Starting Up Jenkins, Configuring the Tools, Your First Jenkins Build Job, Your First Build Job in Action, More Reporting and Displaying Javadocs.
Learning Objectives - In this module you will get an introduction to Plugins, learn to use existing Plugins and selecting the right Plugin.
Topics - Introduction to Plugins, Adding Plugins to Jenkins, Managing Plugins, Upgrading Plugins, Plugins in Action and commonly used plugins (Git Plugin, Parameter Plugin, HTML Publisher, Copy Artifact and Extended choice parameters)
Learning Objectives - In this module you will learn to Build Jobs and manage the source code.
Topics - Introduction to Jenkins Build Jobs, Creating a Freestyle Build Job, Configuring Source Code management, introduction to Build Triggers, introduction to Build Steps, Pre and Post-Build Actions: Adding properties and properties files, Running Your New Build Job, Working with Maven Build Jobs, Using Jenkins with Other Languages.
Learning Objectives - In this module you will learn to add the advanced features to Jobs and Security.
Topics - Parametrized Builds, Distributed builds, Setting Email notification, Enabling Security in Jenkins, Different Levels of Authentication, Types of Access and Administration of the Access.
Learning Objectives - In this module you will learn to setup Jenkins to Implement Automated Testing and publish reports.
Topics - Introduction, Automating Your Unit and Integration Tests, Configuring Test Reports in Jenkins, Displaying Test Results, Ignoring Tests, Code Coverage, Automated Acceptance Tests and Automated Performance Tests with JMeter.
Learning Objectives - in this module, you will learn to use the different tools to improve the quality of the code.
Topics - Introduction, Looking for foul Code through Code Coverage, Activating more PMD Rulesets, Creating Custom PMD Rules, Finding Bugs with FindBugs, Enabling Extra FindBugs Rules, Finding Security Defects with FindBugs, Verifying HTML Validity, Reporting with JavaNCSS and Checking Style Using an External pom.xml.
Learning Objectives - In this module you will learn to setup multiple Nodes and manage them for optimal performance. You will learn the Master and Slave setup in Nodes.
Topics - Introduction to Nodes, Configuring nodes, Managing nodes, Distributing jobs over nodes, Binding Jobs to the Nodes and Setting up master and slave setup.
Learning Objectives - In this module you will learn the Best Practices in Jenkins culture. You will also learn the Do's and Don'ts in Jenkins setup.
Topics - How to maintain Jenkins, Do's and Don'ts of Jenkins, Backup of Jenkins and Migrating Jenkins from one server to another.
Learning Objectives - Learn to deploy an Application to web server and conduct an automated Release.
Topics - Introduction, Implementing Automated and Continuous Deployment, Deploying an application to an application server and Deployment of Simple Java web application using Tomcat.
ProICT's Continuous Integration with Jenkins course will introduce the participants to Jenkins OSS. Developers will learn the Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment concepts and processes specific to Jenkins. This course will cover all the Components and Plugins used in Jenkins.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
1. Understand the Continuous Integration/Delivery concepts and Build Pipelines
2. Configure and build basic Tools/Plugins
3. Use Jenkins to set up Build Pipelines
4. Perform Unit and Integration testing with Jenkins
5. Administer Jenkins by performing Backups/Restores
6. Understand the Master/Slave Topologies
7. Build and deploy simple applications to Tomcat 7 containers
DevOps is the new buzz in the IT Industry. Companies that have adopted DevOps are more reliable as their continuous delivery adds value to the business besides cutting down on failure/timely costs. Jenkins is the leading CI solution that is extremely flexible and powerful. As a continuous Integration/Build solution, Jenkins helps in cutting down costs by enabling teams to automate their build and release processes. As a Jenkins Developer, you will have a head start into getting into the DevOps domain and thus contribute directly to your organization's bottom line.
The course is designed for all those who want to master Jenkins. The following professionals can go for this course:
1. Agile Managers leading an Agile team wanting to understand concepts like Continuous Integration/Delivery
2. Individual Contributors in the field of DevOps
3. Developers/Administrators who want to gain acceleration in their careers as "Jenkins Developer"
The pre-requisites for this course include Intermediate scripting knowledge in Windows and knowledge of basic testing frameworks like JUNIT or TestNG. Knowledge of Maven/Ant is beneficial but not mandatory. Some awareness of Server topologies and Release management is recommended, but not mandatory.