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The Jenkins Training is designed to help the professionals in learning the core concepts of Jenkins such as continuous integration, build and configuration tools; continuous deployment; and the related concepts through use cases and high-value industry projects. We have designed the course modules to help the aspirants in passing the Jenkins Certification Exam. At Multisoft, you will be working on real-world projects and case studies that help you master this tool and be industry-ready on a fast-track basis.

We, at Multisoft Systems, provide in-depth knowledge on Jenkins a freeware automation tool developed in java. Multinational companies like Facebook use Jenkins to build and test software. It enables the developers to integrate the changes easily. Jenkins is portable to all important platforms and enables us to integrate it with deployment and testing technologies.

Jenkins Course Objectives:
  • How to easily get through the Jenkins Certification Exam?
  • How to take on highly promising roles in software development?
  • How to take on highly promising roles in the DevOps industry?
Jenkins Online Training
  • Recorded Videos After Training
  • Digital Learning Material
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • 24x7 After Training Support
Jenkins Course Target Audience
  • IT Professionals
  • System Admins
  • Software Testers
  • Solutions Architects
  • Security Engineers
Jenkins Course Prerequisites
  • Even though it is not essential, it will help you if you have a working knowledge of Jenkins Training.
Jenkins Course Certification
  • Multisoft Systems will provide you with a training completion certificate after completing the Jenkins Training.

Jenkins Course Content

Module 1: Getting Started with Jenkins

  • Course Overview
  • Introduction to Continuous Integration
  • Introduction to Jenkins and the History of Jenkins

Module 2: Installation: Windows and Linux

  • Install Java
  • Install Jenkins
  • Jenkins' Architecture and Terms of Jenkins

Module 3: Overview of Jenkins UI

  • Dashboard and Menus
  • Create Our First Jenkins Job
  • Run our First Jenkins Job

Module 4: Continuous Integration with Jenkins

  • Install Git and Jenkins GitHub Plugin
  • Install Maven on Our Local Box
  • Configure Jenkins to Work with Java, Git and Maven
  • Create our First Maven-based Jenkins Project
  • Run our First Jenkins Build and Jenkins Workspace
  • Trouble Shooting: Run our First Jenkins Build and Jenkins Workspace
  • Source Control Polling in Jenkins
  • Other Build Triggers of Jenkins

Module 5: Continuous Inspection with Jenkins

  • Code Quality and Code Coverage Metrics Report
  • Jenkins' Support for Gradle, Ant and Shell Scripts

Module 6: Continuous Delivery with Jenkins

  • Archive Build Artifacts
  • Install and Configure Tomcat as the Staging Environment
  • Deploy to Staging Environment
  • The latest Deploy to Container plugin
  • Jenkins Build Pipeline
  • Parallel Jenkins Build
  • Deploy to Production

Module 7: Jenkins Pipeline As Code (Jenkinsfile)

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Pipeline as Code
  • Automate our existing Jenkins Pipeline
  • Fully Automated Jenkins Pipeline
  • A Working Jenkinsfile example for Windows

Module 8: Jenkins's Integration with Docker

  • Introduction to Docker
  • Docker hub
  • Install Docker
  • Docker Basics
  • Docker Project Setup
  • Dockerfile
  • Adding Dockerfile
  • Build and Tag Docker Images
  • Docker Run

Module 9: Distributed Builds

  • Introduction to Distributed Jenkins Build
  • Install Jenkins Master Node in the Cloud
  • Install Jenkins Slave Agents in the

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