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Beginning Jenkins teaches you everything you need to know about installing, setting up, configuring, and integrating a Jenkins server with your project to speed up the product development lifecycle. You will learn how to deploy via Docker and integrate with Git. Next, you will move on to understanding bespoke plugins and services to further customize your workflow, and dynamically adjust your build requirements when pushing to production.

Once you have grasped the basics, you will explore user and plugin management along with updating and upgrading Jenkins. You will set up freestyle projects and views to manage your projects, followed by configuring parameters for your projects and creating upstream and downstream projects with views to visualize the projects. In addition to this, you will create a secure connection from your master to your build slaves and configure your build tasks to run on the slave.

By the end of this course, you will be able to successfully set up a Jenkins server that checks your source code repositories for changes, triggering new builds and unit tests whilst informing all of the key stakeholders in your organization.

Publication date:
November 2018
Publisher
Packt
Duration
3 hours 52 minutes
ISBN
9781789340822

About the Authors

  • Arnold Okoth

    Arnold Okoth is a software developer at Andela with three years of experience in extensive development and system operations. He has worked with Python, Jenkins, Docker, AWS, and Bash. Arnold has gained numerous certifications around networking, application security, and cloud computing from industry leading vendors such as Amazon, Cisco, and IBM.

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  • Debayan Majumdar

    Debayan is working as a Technical Team Lead for the Mobile Tools team at Pandora. He has over 6 years of experience in DevOps and Jenkins. He is also a certified Jenkins Engineer.

    A few months back he had presented at the Jenkins World meetup on the topic "Set up and Manage iOS and Infrastructure for CI with Jenkins".

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  • Joseph Muli

    Joseph Muli loves programming, writing, teaching, gaming, and traveling. Currently, he works as a software engineer at Andela and Fathom, and specializes in DevOps and Site Reliability. Previously, he worked as a software engineer and technical mentor at Moringa School.

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