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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment via Jenkins

Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment via Jenkins

Your team’s effective solution for fast and efficient delivery of code changes to the end user

Program Overview

Jenkins can automatically build and test code changes as they are pushed to a version control system and then deploy the changes to a live system if the tests pass. Additionally, Jenkins can trigger automatic rollbacks in case of issues with the deployed code.

Uptut's specialty lies in providing high-quality, practical training courses that help professionals and teams acquire new skills and advance their careers. This particular training covers the concepts of Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment and how Jenkins can be used to implement them.

Uptut's training modules are designed and delivered by industry experts who have extensive experience in their respective fields. The instructors use a hands-on approach to teaching, which ensures that the learners are able to apply the concepts they learn in real-world scenarios.

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Why Jenkins for your Business?

  • Faster Time to Market: Jenkins can automate the entire software development process, from building and testing to deployment.
  • Improved Quality: Jenkins can automatically run tests and checks on your code, catching bugs and errors early in the development process.
  • Increased Efficiency: Jenkins can automate repetitive tasks, such as building and testing, freeing up your developers to focus on more high-level tasks.

Make Your Team Proficient

Training Objectives

  • Gain a thorough understanding of Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment concepts.
  • Gain hands-on experience with Jenkins, including installation, configuration, and administration
  • Learn how to integrate Jenkins with other tools commonly used in software development
  • Learn how to create custom pipelines in Jenkins to automate tasks such as building, testing, and deploying software.
  • Learn how to troubleshoot common issues that may arise during the implementation of CI/CD via Jenkins

Hands-on Experience with Tools

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Core Training Modules

  • 1. Introduction to Jenkins and continuous integration
  • This section will cover the basics of Jenkins and the concepts of continuous integration and delivery.
  • 2. Setting up a Jenkins environment
  • This section will cover the installation and configuration of Jenkins, including setting up build agents, creating jobs, and configuring security.
  • 3. Building and testing code with Jenkins
  • This section will cover how to use Jenkins to automatically build and test code, including configuring and running tests and viewing test results.
  • 4. Deploying code with Jenkins
  • This section will cover how to use Jenkins to deploy code to a live system, including configuring deployment environments and deploying code to different environments such as QA, staging, and production.
  • 5. Advanced Jenkins features
  • This section will cover advanced Jenkins features such as pipeline as code, Jenkinsfile, and Jenkins plugins, and how to use them to improve the efficiency and reliability of the delivery process.
  • 6. Best practices and troubleshooting
  • This section will cover best practices for using Jenkins in a corporate environment and troubleshooting common issues that may arise during the implementation and deployment process
  • 7. Hands-on exercises and real-life scenarios
  • This section would allow the learners to apply the knowledge they have gained in a real-life scenario and hands-on exercises
  • 8. Jenkins plugins and integrations
  • This section will cover the different plugins and integrations available for Jenkins and how to use them to extend the functionality of Jenkins.
  • 9. Jenkins security and access control
  • This section will cover the security features of Jenkins, including how to configure and manage access to Jenkins and how to secure the Jenkins environment.
  • 10. Jenkins in a distributed environment
  • This section will cover how to set up and manage Jenkins in a distributed environment, including setting up and configuring multiple Jenkins masters and build agents and managing load balancing and scaling.
  • 11. Scaling Jenkins
  • This section will cover how to scale Jenkins to handle many builds, tests, and deployments.
  • 12. Jenkins and cloud integration
  • This section will cover how to integrate Jenkins with cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, and GCP.

How does personalized training work?

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Analyzing skill gap and assessing business requirements
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Customising curriculum with core and additional modules to fit objectives
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Supporting learning implementation with consulting

Who will benefit from this training?

  • Software Developers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • System Admins
  • QA Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Technical Support Engineers
  • Any IT professional who is responsible for software development and delivery in an organisation

Is this training right for your team?

Take the Jenkins open assessment for teams to see how this training fits into the development of your workforce.

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  • Personalised training curriculum
  • 100% Live Sessions
  • Lifetime access to recordings and material
  • Hands-on labs and assignments included
  • Consulting Support
  • Delivered by industry experts

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