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This video on Jenkins tutorial will help you understand the most popular continuous integration tool used in the DevOps methodology. You will learn the basics of DevOps in a short animated video, followed by an introduction to DevOps. You will understand how to install Jenkins on windows and get an idea about what is Jenkins. Then, you will learn about Jenkins tutorial and Jenkins pipeline with a hands-on demo to create and schedule builds. Finally, you will look at some of the important Jenkins questions you might face in a DevOps interview. Now, let’s deep dive into learning Jenkins in detail.

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Below topics are explained in this Jenkins full course:
05:43 – Introduction to DevOps
09:43 – Agile Model
18:03 – DevOps tools
30:53 – What is Jenkins?
41:33 – Jenkins Pipeline
43:33 – Jenkins Architecture
46:33 – Jenkins case study
49:23 – Jenkins tutorial
52:14 – Jenkins Installation
58:35 – Jenkins root folder
1:45:55 – Distributed Build
2:01:06 – What is Pipeline in Jenkins
2:25:15 – Types of pipelines

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Simplilearn’s DevOps training course is designed to help you become a DevOps practitioner and apply the latest in DevOps methodology to automate your software development lifecycle right out of the class. You will master configuration management; continuous integration deployment, delivery and monitoring using DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios in a practical, hands on and interactive approach.

After completing the DevOps training course you will achieve hands-on expertise in various aspects of the DevOps delivery model. The practical learning outcomes of this DevOps training course are:
An understanding of DevOps and the modern DevOps toolsets
The ability to automate all aspects of a modern code delivery and deployment pipeline using:
1. Source code management tools
2. Build tools
3. Test automation tools
4. Containerization through Docker
5. Configuration management tools
6. Monitoring tools

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DevOps career opportunities are thriving worldwide. DevOps was featured as one of the 11 best jobs in America for 2017, according to CBS News, and data from shows that DevOps Managers earn as much as $122,234 per year, with DevOps engineers making as much as $151,461. DevOps jobs are the third-highest tech role ranked by employer demand on but have the second-highest talent deficit.
1. This DevOps training course will be of benefit the following professional roles:
2. Software Developers
3. Technical Project Managers
4. Architects
5. Operations Support
6. Deployment engineers
7. IT managers
8. Development managers

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23 thoughts on “Jenkins Full Course | Jenkins Tutorial For Beginners | Jenkins Tutorial | Simplilearn”
  1. Fantastic video …… After this video, have a much more confidence where Jenkins is concerned …… two thumbs up …….

  2. One thing that I don't quite understand about "Continuous Deployment" is why does it continue to get described as code that is "automatically" rolled out to production? Why would you "automatically" roll out anything to production? That is a cause for absolute disaster. Just because code passes some tests at compile time and some unit tests, does not mean that things are truly working as expected. Rolling code out to production should always be a manual process. Why would it need to be otherwise? I don't understand why that is being pushed.

  3. the overview of devops and Agile was very poi ntless to this video. those topics have been covered in so many other places. this video promised to be about integrating Jenkins into a CI/CD pipeline, so almost all viewers already understand those concepts.

  4. on executing "mvn –version" i am getting that extra line of cmd . someone please help me to get rid of this. due to that line my "mvn" command is not executing during "build now".

    Apache Maven 3.8.4 (9b656c72d54e5bacbed989b64718c159fe39b537)

    Maven home: C:Program Filesapache-maven-3.8.4-binapache-maven-3.8.4

    Java version: 1.8.0_311, vendor: Oracle Corporation, runtime: C:Program FilesJavajdk1.8.0_311jre

    Default locale: en_IN, platform encoding: Cp1252

    OS name: "windows 10", version: "10.0", arch: "amd64", family: "windows"

    'cmd' is not recognized as an internal or external command,

    operable program or batch file.

  5. Using a hardware concept (a robot) to explain a software concept such as Jenkins is so confusing.

  6. In the DevOps definition, I see two different people, a developer and the other one a operations person, what it gets me confuse, is why a person is called devops engineer, if it is one or the other one, or when a team is called devops, then, to me it means, that this team is doing development and operations at the same time with integration and collaboration, but usually the DevOps team is only doing development, and hand over the operations tasks to another team within its organization.

  7. I have decided to change my domain from network to DevOps. Looking at this video seems my decision is not a bad decision, as per industry demand. Just subscribed!

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