- Course type
- Paid course
- All Levels
- 2 hours
- 40 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- Releaseworks Academy
- You will learn how to create a fully automated Continuous Integration pipeline
- You will learn how to build Docker images in Jenkins pipelines
- You will understand the best practices for using Docker with Jenkins
- You will learn how to build a Dockerfile and a Jenkinsfile for your application
- You will learn how to create Pipelines as Code with Jenkins
- You will learn gotchas, tips and solutions for common problems
From the author of Get into DevOps, the learning blog trusted by over 19,000 DevOps professionals every month:
Learn how to build a Continuous Integration pipeline for your application. Welcome to Best Practices for Docker with Jenkins.
This course is your turn-key solution to using Docker with Jenkins. Through practical demos and tutorials, you will learn how to build Dockerfiles and Jenkinsfiles, and how to configure Jenkins to build Docker images automatically with a Continuous Integration pipeline.
If you haven't used Docker or Jenkins before, don't worry - we will cover the fundamentals of both of them from the ground up, so you don’t need prior knowledge on either. This course will also teach you more advanced topics like how to use Docker to simplify Jenkins dependency management while building more traditional software artefacts like JAR files.
Throughout the years I have had to learn many quirks and gotchas of Docker and Jenkins through trial and error. I’ve collected my knowledge on this course so you don’t have to.
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Note: Unfortunately, the instructor is unable to provide technical support for individual technical issues using the tools demonstrated on this course.