Learn CI/CD with Jenkins!

Jenkins is the most popular open-source CI/CD tool on the market today and is used in support of DevOps, alongside other cloud-native tools. It is used to continuously build and test your product, so developers can continuously integrate changes into the build.

The 5 free resources to learn Jenkins are as follows:

1. Jenkins Tutorial Video | DevOps Tool

This Jenkins Tutorial video playlist takes you through Jenkins tutorial/training videos. Jenkins is a DevOps tool that is used for continuous integration. This YouTube Playlist contains 18 videos, each with length from 30 minutes to 1 hour, covering most of the things you need to know before getting started with Jenkins.

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2. Learn Jenkins Step by Step

Jenkins Basics Step by Step learning. This playlist will take you from Beginner to Intermediate level in Jenkins. This playlist contains 23 videos, each 5- 15 minutes long. The video acts as an introduction to Jenkins.

Created by Automation Step by Step.

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3. Continuous integration with Jenkins

Continuous integration is a process in which all development work is integrated as early as possible. The resulting artifacts are automatically created and tested. This process allows identifying errors in an early stage of the project.

The Jenkins build server is a tool to provide this functionality. This article describes how to use the Jenkins continuous integration build server.

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4. Continuous Integration with Jenkins(YouTube)

YouTube Playlist with 19 videos that teach continuous integration. Here will be covered what Continuous Integration (CI) is, what the difference between Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment. For the practical part, we are going to use Jenkins on GCP Compute Engine. In the end, it’ll cover the top interview questions which would help you to prepare yourself for a software engineering interview.

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5. Jenkins Handbook

Official Jenkins documentation. This page provides an overview of the documentation in the Jenkins User Handbook. Everything about Jenkins is available here and is constantly updated.

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