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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.
For any beginners these projects will be a good start with Jenkins pipeline.
This liveProject is for beginner to intermediate automation engineers. To begin this liveProject you will need to be familiar with the following:
Note: These projects use Amazon EC2 instances, which require a paid AWS account.
In this liveProject, you’ll learn basic use cases and best practices for implementing CI/CD pipeline-as-code with Jenkins.
geekle is based on a wordle clone.