Designing and Developing a Modern Jenkins CI System

Designing and Developing a Modern Jenkins CI System
Designing and Developing a Modern Jenkins CI System
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Efficiently build advanced pipelines with pipeline as code, increasing your teams productivity

Jenkins has been known as a fairly inconvenient tool for deployment and management. This is due to the level of customization required for the deployment of a given piece of software. That fact in combination with the lack of methods to programmatically configure Jenkins has created a barrier to success that we’ll break down in this series. We’ll simplify the Jenkins deployment pattern in order to achieve CI system deployment repeatability and a reduction in CI infrastructure management overhead on top of deterministic continuous integration pipelines.

In this course, each section provides an introduction to each topic, delivering the theory, followed by a practical example or demonstration on the problem or area.

The setup is predefined on top of the Docker runtime environment that will help the viewers get well-acquainted with the setup process on.
What You Will Learn

  • Use Docker and Docker Compose to run Jenkins
  • Create a local Jenkins development environment
  • Programmatically install and configure common Jenkins Plugins
  • Programmatically configure the Jenkins master on boot using Groovy
  • Create jobs using the Jenkins' DSL and utilize Jenkinsfiles from the Pipeline plugin
  • Utilize Docker to build software projects
Table of Contents

Configuring the Jenkins
1 The Course Overview
2 The Jenkins Groovy init System
3 Jenkins Configuration
4 Installing Plugins and Configure Them
5 Managing Configuration Data and Secrets

Creating Jobs in Jenkins
6 Creation of Jobs via the User Interface
7 Scripting
8 Working With Jenkinsfiles
9 Managing Build Dependencies

Running Jenkins Jobs
10 Blue Ocean
11 Pipeline Editor
12 Multi Branch Handling
13 Advanced Job Configuration
14 Utilize Slaves
15 Building Java Projects by Example