Jenkins Pipeline Intermediate

 795.00 excl. VAT

After completing this training module, you should understand the following:

  • How to create, run, analyze and save a Scripted Pipeline
  • How to create and use shared libraries
  • Tips for using tools such as Maven, Gradle and npm with Pipeline
  • How to incorporate Docker agents into Pipeline
  • Hints about how to converting Freestyle chained jobs to Pipeline
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Course Objectives

After completing this training module, you should understand the following:

  • How to create, run, analyze and save a Scripted Pipeline
  • How to create and use shared libraries
  • Tips for using tools such as Maven, Gradle and npm with Pipeline
  • How to incorporate Docker agents into Pipeline
  • Hints about how to converting Freestyle chained jobs to Pipeline

 

Audience

The course is applicable to:

  • Beginner and intermediate Developers
  • QA Engineers
  • Build and Release Engineers
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Architects

 

Prerequisites

Jenkins Pipelines — Fundamentals course or CJE/CCJE certification

Students should also have some familiarity with ancillary technologies that are used in this course:

  • Docker
  • Git
  • Apache Maven, Gradle, Ant or NPM
  • Apache Groovy

 

The class has been structured so you can do the exercises even if you are not familiar with these tools but learning them will help

you implement your Pipelines when you go back to work.

 

Duration

This training will be delivered for one full day.

 

Description of Intermediate Jenkins Pipelines course

This is a one-day class that delves into more advanced topics that the Pipeline Fundamentals class covers.

Each section of the course uses two projects:

  • Demo/follow-along project: Instructor shows how to do things; students can follow along, using copy-paste to populate their version of the project to get a feel for the tools.
  • Lab project: Students are given a list of tasks and are expected to figure out how to implement those tasks.

 

Section 01 – Recap of Pipeline Fundamentals

Review material about using the Blue Ocean Editor and the Blue Ocean Code Editor to implement a Declarative Pipeline.

 

Section 02 – Scripted Pipeline

Create a Scripted Pipeline using a text editor, configure that Pipeline into Jenkins, and check it into the Source Code Management system.

 

Section 03 – Creating and Using Shared Libraries

 

Section 04 – Using Maven and other Tools

Hints for calling tools such as Maven, Gradle and npm in your Pipeline.

 

Section 05 — Defining Docker Agents

 

Section 06 — Hints about Converting Freestyle to Scripted

Additional information

Format

Classroom

Region

Netherlands

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Amazic Academy
  • Vendor: Amazic Academy
  • Address: Luzernestraat 15
    2153 GM Nieuw-Vennep
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