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Training Course

CI/CD with Jenkins X (LFS268)

This course introduces Jenkins X – an open source tool for CI/CD. Upon course completion, you will walk away with a solid understanding of build blocks of Jenkins X and how to create Pipeline as Code workflows with Jenkins X.

Who Is It For

This course is designed for DevOps engineers, SREs as well as software developers and architects who want to master their cloud-native CI/CD skills by introducing Jenkins X solutions. Before enrolling, students should have a basic understanding of Kubernetes, Docker, YAML syntax and programming languages, and a good grasp of Git and software development lifecycle concepts.
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What You’ll Learn

In this course, you’ll learn how to describe the architecture of Jenkins X, install and operate Jenkins X, build pipelines in Jenkins X, create and import existing projects into Jenkins X, promote applications through various built-in environments, extend and modify pipelines, create custom build packs and much more.
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What It Prepares You For

After completing this course, you will be able to use Jenkins X to build, test and deploy your cloud-native applications. As a DevOps engineer or SRE, you will be able to create and manage Jenkins X CI/CD pipelines.
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Course Outline
Chapter 1. Course Introduction
Chapter 2. Introduction to Jenkins X
Chapter 3. Building Blocks of Jenkins X
Chapter 4. Installing Jenkins X
Chapter 5. Creating Jenkins X Project
Chapter 6. CI/CD Flow with Jenkins X
Chapter 7. Jenkins X Pipelines
Chapter 8. Build Packs
Chapter 9. Next Steps

Learning Path
Before taking this course, you should be familiar with:

  • Kubernetes (Kubernetes PODs, namespaces and services)
  • Docker – creating and deploying Docker images
  • Basics of YAML syntax
  • Programming languages (data types, basic syntax, decision-making constructs)
  • Git -committing, merging and pull request workflow
  • Software Development Lifecycle phases: requirements gathering, design, implementation, testing, deployment and maintenance