Switch to the store?

Jenkins Essentials

More Information
Learn
  • Get to grips with the challenges faced by developer communities
  • Learn about continuous integration and how it helps in building various Java applications
  • Facilitate the installation and configuration of Jenkins
  • Install and configure code repositories and build tools
  • Explore the integration of Eclipse with code repositories
  • Manage the integration of Jenkins, code repositories, and build tools
  • Familiarize yourself with continuous integration for Java applications with unit test execution and static code analysis
About

In agile development practices, developers need to integrate their work frequently to fix bugs or to create a new feature or functionality. To integrate all work efficiently and verify it is an error-prone and time-consuming manual task. Jenkins is used specifically for continuous integration, helping to enforce the principles of agile development.

This book begins by tackling the installation of the necessary software dependencies and libraries you'll need to perform continuous integration for a Java application. From there, you'll integrate code repositories, applications, and build tools for the implementation of continuous integration. Finally, you'll explore the automated deployment of an application in Tomcat, along with details on managing and configuring Jenkins based on your requirements by using plugins.

Features
  • Explore continuous integration and automation, along with how to manage and configure Jenkins
  • Discover the process of using Jenkins to build, test, and package Java applications
  • Learn about the extensible features of Jenkins with the use of advanced plugins
Page Count 186
Course Length 5 hours 34 minutes
ISBN 9781783553471
Date Of Publication 26 Jul 2015

Authors

Mitesh Soni

Mitesh Soni is an avid learner with 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He is an SCJP, SCWCD, and VCP. Hes is IBM Urbancode- and IBM Bluemix-certified, and is also a Certified Jenkins Engineer. He loves DevOps and cloud computing, and he also has an interest in programming in Java. He finds design patterns fascinating and believes that a picture is worth a thousand words. He occasionally contributes to clean-clouds and etutorialsworld websites. He loves to play with his kids, fiddle with his camera, and take photographs at Indroda Park.