Four-Project Series

Pipeline as Code with Jenkins you own this product

prerequisites
basics of Jenkins • basics of CI/CD
skills learned
Jenkins setup and configuration • using Jenkinsfile • creating a declarative pipeline script with Blue Ocean • multi-branch pipelines
Mitesh Verma
4 weeks · 4-6 hours per week average · BEGINNER

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In this series of liveProjects, you’ll use pipeline-as-code techniques and Jenkins infrastructure to set up new CI/CD pipelines for software development. Stepping into the role of an automation engineer looking for a better way to manage application lifecycle activities, you’ll implement DevOps practices such as continuous integration and continuous delivery using Jenkins Pipeline (pipeline-as-code). To do this, you’ll use a declarative pipeline and Blue Ocean to create a Jenkinsfile for pipeline-as-code adoption. CI/CD pipelines that are iterated as pipeline-as-code are some of the most robust and easy-to-use features of Jenkins for non-technical colleagues.

For more on CI/CD implementation using Pipeline as Code, please see CI/CD Pipeline for a Web Application Using Jenkins.

These projects are designed for learning purposes and are not complete, production-ready applications or solutions.

For any beginners these projects will be a good start with Jenkins pipeline.

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When you start each of the projects in this series, you'll get full access to the following book for 90 days.

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project author

Mitesh Verma

Mitesh Verma is a DevOps engineer with seven years of hands-on experience in managing CI/CD pipelines using Jenkins. Whether the pipelines are for apps written using Java, ReactJS, or Flutter, be they for Android or iOS, Mitesh knows how to create and run them.

Prerequisites

This liveProject is for beginner to intermediate automation engineers. To begin this liveProject you will need to be familiar with the following:


TOOLS
  • Basics of Jenkins
  • Basics of AWS
  • Basics of Linux
TECHNIQUES
  • Basics of CI/CD
  • Basics of distributed architecture

Note: These projects use Amazon EC2 instances, which require a paid AWS account.

you will learn

In this liveProject, you’ll learn basic use cases and best practices for implementing CI/CD pipeline-as-code with Jenkins.


  • Jenkins setup and configuration
  • Pipeline script section
  • Declarative programming style
  • Master-agent architecture
  • Pipeline script modification for replay
  • Using Jenkinsfile
  • Using Pipeline syntax to create stage blocks
  • Post-build scripts
  • Using required reports in post-build script
  • Multi-branch pipelines
  • Filtering branches for pipeline execution
  • Managing different types of pipelines in different branches

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Self-paced
You choose the schedule and decide how much time to invest as you build your project.
Project roadmap
Each project is divided into several achievable steps.
Get Help
While within the liveProject platform, get help from other participants and our expert mentors.
Compare with others
For each step, compare your deliverable to the solutions by the author and other participants.
book resources
Get full access to select books for 90 days. Permanent access to excerpts from Manning products are also included, as well as references to other resources.