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- 82% Get into DevOps: Best Practices for Docker with Jenkins

Get into DevOps: Best Practices for Docker with Jenkins

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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.

Did you know that DevOps is one of the most sought–after set of skills in the job market right now, with tens of thousands of open roles globally. According to PayScale, the median DevOps salary in the U.S. is $93,770 per year. The best DevOps specialists on the market can name their price, and often earn more than $200,000 in a year. The best time to start learning DevOps was 5 years ago – the second best time is now!

Instructor Details

I have over 15 years of professional experience in the marvellous world of software development. I have founded two startups, and worked in nearly every role in the software business. Today, I work as a technical consultant in London helping FTSE100 companies build and deliver better software using DevOps tools and methodologies. As a Udemy Premium Instructor, I want to help you do the same. My learning blog Get into DevOps reaches over 18,000 DevOps professionals monthly. Additionally, my articles are published in industry publications such as Better Software Magazine.

Specification: Get into DevOps: Best Practices for Docker with Jenkins

Duration

2 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Roman Bl ink

    I think this course will give me all information I need. Nonetheless the pronounciation of the teacher is not that great, so even the subtitles don’t work propperly.

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  2. Vu Hong Phuc

    All content of Transcript be generated via subtitle tools of video. it shout be edited and corrected from author/lecture. Thanks.

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  3. Vladimir Grimmer

    Very good introduction to simple Jenkins pipeline with docker. There is still much more to learn, but this course describes very well how the process could look like.

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  4. Andreas Diosegi

    Well organized course with a lot of great stuff in respect to the length of the course.

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  5. Cesar Fernando Sturion

    Esperava uma abordagem maior com jenkins e docker, isto mais pr tico.

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  6. Matthias B ge

    A very good course which gives you a detailed view about docker and Jenkins. The tests are giving you some information about how good you understood the given information. The trainer has a really nice voice to listen to. I see only a small issue in section 5. The pipelines are using a global try catch instead of post events. Maybe here could be some enhancement like why using try instead of post. The Jenkins documentation says that the post event runs always and you have different states like cancelled or success so you can handle different cases differently.

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  7. Wade Sexton

    Slides are full of too much text. Too wordy. Need more images illustrating what is being taught. Very boring and makes student fall to sleep.

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  8. Remus Rujinschi

    This course was amazing!

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  9. Anmol M

    Examples explained in the course are not working. Instructor does not give replies in the QnA section. Pure waste of money !

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  10. Matt Nelson

    No longer up to date with his examples. Also very topical, and just when you get into any of the meat it moves on, and doesn’t dig deeper. Also missing support for anything other then GitHub and DockerHub. Bitbucket, AWS Registry, etc…

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  11. Nuno Ferreira

    So far a little bored

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  12. Pushkar Patwardhan

    The instructor’s narration was very clear and crisp. All my expectations from this course were met. Although I still need to complete a small part of the course, I want to thank Mirro. I definitely learnt about Docker and Jenkins from this course.

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  13. Roland Bieler St tz

    No reaction to questions. Course outdated, no remarks on necessary updates, therefore examples simply don’t work. Too much powerpoint. Not enough explainations how things work.

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  14. Mansoor Shaukat

    Ahhhh. Just Slide reading and a very few practical lessons. I don’t know whom is the target audience for the course.

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  15. Aziz Jivani

    Wonderful definition and all the commands for installation at the beginning of the course worked well.

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  16. Markus Huettmann

    Best Practices haben mir weiter geholfen.

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