4.11 (58 reviews)
☑ Create Jenkins Jobs
☑ Manage Jenkins Jobs
☑ Create and manage Jenkins Nodes
☑ Add your Credentials securely
☑ Integrate Jenkins Github and AWS with Practice step by step
Jenkins is a powerful and flexible automation tool; It is used to automate almost anything.
Go faster and learn how to build strong automated processes like Pipelines, CI/CD Workflows and more!
Jenkins is the most popular tool to do Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery of your software:
It’s free and open source
It has a strong community with thousands of plugins you can use
Jenkins is used in a lot of companies, from startups to enterprises
Do I need programming experience?
No, you don’t. It’s easy to get started and no scripting experience required.
If you’ve heard of DevOps and seen the words: CI/CD, Pipelines and automation, then more than likely, the tool being used is Jenkins.
Start automating everything, and become a DevOps Master!
Are you interested in venturing into a new world full of agile technologies?
This is the right course for you!
DevOps is a combination of software development and information technology operations that enables businesses to deliver applications at a faster pace. It brings together development and operations teams so there are fewer redundancies in the software development process.
DevOps has revolutionized workplaces in many ways. The number of DevOps-related jobs are increasing, while its rank as an in-demand job.
DevOps is important because it's a software development and operations approach that enables faster development of new products and easier maintenance of existing deployments.
Jenkins for Beginners
What is CI CD
What is Jenkins and why
Create Jenkins job
Job Post Build
Managements System Information
Managements System Logs
Management Global tool
Managements Configure system
Jenkins Github and AWS In Practice
What are we going to build (Diagram)
VPC And Subnets
IGW and NAT
Integrate Jenkins GitHub Part1
Integrate Jenkins GitHub Part2
I bet all the high ratings are purchased. So he starts defining CI/CD by using copy-pasted excerpt from semaphoreci website. Just reads the statements. Then he explains what Jenkins is by reading the Jenkins' definition from its website. No more explanation, just read what's written there. Then installs Jenkins by copy-pasting command and literally using the words "blah blah blah" instead of explaining the commands. Then he goes through the available options in Jenkins, clicks on the question marks, and reads the help snippet. It seems his assumption is that we are unable to read, so his duty as a teacher is to read out loud from websites, and help snippets. Don't waste your time nor your money. You learn way better by reading the documentation and watching YouTube videos.