Jenkins Tutorial | Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS

Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline
Implement and integrate Jenkins continuous integration CI with Amazon AWS Beanstalk using Github. DevOps in action
Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline

What you'll learn
Learn complete Jenkins CI/CD pipeline implementation an Amazon AWS Elastic Beanstalk(jenkins tutorial)
Learn Github integration with Jenkins and Amazon AWS
Deploy Python and PHP applications using Github using Jenkins CI/CD build automation on AWS Beanstalk
Gain solid understanding of DevOps concepts along with software development lifecycle
Be able to fully master and integrate your application with Github, Jenkins CI, and Amazon AWS Beanstalk
Learn to use SSH Shell and basic Linux commands

Requirements
AWS account is required. You need a credit card, then choose FREE Tier AWS account.
Knowledge of basic programming concepts such a object oriented programming is diserable
Understanding of basic HTML and CSS is also desireable
Basic understanding of software development lifecycle is also desirable, but not required
Knowledge of basic Linux commands is helpful

Description
In the world of DevOps automation and Auto Devops, Big Data Analytics, and Enterprise Cloud Applications, developing and managing enterprise grade applications has become a challenge!

Jenkins continuous integration and continuous delivery capabilities along with robust Amazon AWS platform is a powerful combination and provides a seamless solution to implementing a Devops lifecycle.

Welcome to Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline course, bringing you the latest technologies with up-to-date knowledge.

Do if you or your company are facing challenges with enterprise app deployment or would like to learn how to automate software delivery using Jenkins Continuous Integration with Amazon AWS Beanstalk and Github as source repository? Look no further - The Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline  course will help you gain solid understanding of all these concepts along with hand-on application in a flipped classroom manner!

Course Description

Are you a company or a App Developer, Data Analyst, Business Analyst, Web Developer, IT administrator, Data Center Architect, Project Manager, Enterprise Architect, or Programmer? and want to gain fundamental and intermediate level skills and enjoy a fascinating high paying career?

Or maybe you just want to learn additional tips and techniques taking to a whole new level?

Welcome to Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline  course - A specialized course!

It is not only a comprehensive hands-on course with detailed concepts and their application, you are will not find a course similar to this. The flipped classroom model with hand-on learning will help you experience direct  into the course as your begin your learning journey.

In this course, you'll learn and practice:

Setting up Amazon AWS Environment from scratch

Installing Java jdk, NGINX, Elastic beanstalk CLI

Configuring AWS instances with security groups and roles

Install Jenkins using AWS Shell and implement a build server for Continuous Integration

Connect Gihub as source repository for Python and PHP applications

Deploy an AWS Elastic Beanstalk with Jenkins CI, complete Devops pipeline, and much more....  

You will also get valuable resources with this course! 

So, if you would like to:

- gain solid understanding of Amazon AWS  (AWS Beanstalk, EBCLI, Jenkins CI/CD, Github, Linux SSH Shell), this course is for you

- gain marketable skills as an IT expert and professional, this course is for you

- This course is not designed for advanced level students

...this Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline course is exactly what you need, and more. (You’ll even get a certification of completion)

See what our students say “It is such a comprehensive course that I don’t need to take any other course but this one to learn all important concepts and hand-on application with this Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline course, and I would without a doubt recommend it to everyone.” - Sajid Ahmed

“This is such an awesome course. Clear instruction, and I loved every bit of it – Wonderful learning experience!”  Jennifer Stevens.

Join thousands of other students and share valuable experience!

Why take this course?

As a senior Enterprise Architect & Project Manager managing and deploying enterprise level IT projects, along with a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer & Trainer, my experience with AWS has been phenomenally great! I am excited to share my knowledge and transfer skills to my students. 

Enroll now in Mastering Jenkins CI with Amazon AWS: Build DevOps Pipeline course today and revolutionize your learning. Stay at the cutting edge of Devops - and enjoy bigger, brighter opportunities.

See you in class!

Syed & Team ClayDesk

Who is the target audience?
Beginner level programmers and developers who want to master running Jenkins on AWS and build a complete pipeline
IT beginner level students who would like to gain solid understanding of DevOps life cycle
Anyone who wants to learn Jenkins continuous integration pipeline running on AWS Beanstalk
Beginner IT professionals who want to master end to end Jenkins CI on Amazon AWS
Intermediate level students who want to brush up their skills and learn additional techniques

Definition from Wikipedia
Jenkins is an open source automation server written in Java. Jenkins helps to automate the non-human part of the software development process, with continuous integration and facilitating technical aspects of continuous delivery. It is a server-based system that runs in servlet containers such as Apache Tomcat. It supports version control tools, including AccuRev, CVS, Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Perforce, TD/OMS, ClearCase and RTC, and can execute Apache Ant, Apache Maven and sbt based projects as well as arbitrary shell scripts and Windows batch commands. The creator of Jenkins is Kohsuke Kawaguchi.Released under the MIT License, Jenkins is free software.

Builds can be triggered by various means, for example by commit in a version control system, by scheduling via a cron-like mechanism and by requesting a specific build URL. It can also be triggered after the other builds in the queue have completed. Jenkins functionality can be extended with plugins.
AWS: Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon.com that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis. The technology allows subscribers to have at their disposal a virtual cluster of computers, available all the time, through the Internet.



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