Introduction to Jenkins
- Why continuous integration?
- Distributing builds across different systems.
Setting up Jenkins
Installing Jenkins Plugins
Building with Jenkins
Testing with Jenkins
Deploying with Jenkins
Automating with Jenkins
Best Practices for Jenkins
Reporting in Jenkins
Summary and Conclusion
- Knowledge of software development process.
- Experience or interest in the software build process and continuous integration.
- Build engineers
- Software developers involved in agile development
- QA engineers
- Project managers
- Release managers
All of it. Having had no previous exposure to Jenkins, I was a little concerned about my ability to keep up. IPad provided appropriate coaching/support, when I asked for help, so that I was able to follow the presentation at a level I was happy with.
I mostly was benefit from the real-world developer experience.
I generally was benefit from the topic itself.
Fast-paced with direct-to-the-point skills that expected to acquire.
JOHN RAY BALAYON
the content is conceptually good
Disposition to attend to individual problems ..
Eduardo Henríquez - Allware Ltda.
Scheduling and integration with SCM.
Sean Aye - Hill-Rom Services Private Limited
I mostly was benefit from the delivery and pace of course.
Asif Amirat - QA Ltd
Trainer was very knowledgeable, very personal, got to learn at my own pace and practice with real-world examples
Jacek Polus - Royal Roads University
Direct approach to the listener and willingness to undertake the implementation of new topics