Certified Jenkins Engineer Course Overview

Certified Jenkins Engineer Course Overview

The Certified Jenkins Engineer course is designed to equip learners with a thorough understanding of Jenkins, the leading open-source automation server that supports developers in building, deploying, and automating their projects. This course is ideal for those seeking Jenkins certification training to validate their skills in using Jenkins for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD).

Module 1 introduces the basics of CI/CD and provides detailed instructions on Jenkins installation. Module 2 dives into Jenkins' extensive features such as job configurations, build triggers, source code management, testing, notifications, and security, among others. Module 3 is focused on constructing CD pipelines, covering pipeline concepts, triggers, parameters, and advanced topics like multibranch pipelines and global libraries. Lastly, Module 4 discusses the CD as Code philosophy, including distributed builds architecture and high availability.

By completing the course, learners will gain the necessary expertise to achieve the Jenkins Engineer Certification, demonstrating their proficiency in Jenkins to current and prospective employers.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! For the Certified Jenkins Engineer course offered by Koenig Solutions, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of software development lifecycle (SDLC) and its stages.
  • Familiarity with Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) concepts.
  • Experience with version control systems, such as Git.
  • Fundamental knowledge of command-line operations within Linux or Windows environments.
  • Basic scripting or programming skills in languages like Shell, Python, or Java.
  • An entry-level understanding of build tools like Maven, Gradle, or Ant (depending on the technology stack used in your projects).
  • Awareness of testing frameworks relevant to your development practices.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that participants can effectively engage with the course material and gain the maximum benefit from the training.

Target Audience for Certified Jenkins Engineer

The Certified Jenkins Engineer course is designed for IT professionals aiming to specialize in CI/CD pipeline automation using Jenkins.

  • DevOps Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Build and Release Engineers
  • Automation Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • QA Engineers
  • IT Project Managers
  • Technical Leads
  • Software Architects
  • Security Engineers
  • Cloud Infrastructure Engineers

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Certified Jenkins Engineer?

Introduction to the Certified Jenkins Engineer Course Learning Outcomes:

Gain proficiency in Jenkins for CI/CD with a comprehensive course covering installation, job configuration, pipeline creation, and advanced features for automated software delivery.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the principles of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) and the role of Jenkins in automating these processes.
  • Install and configure Jenkins, ensuring a proper setup for a CI/CD pipeline.
  • Create and manage Jenkins jobs to automate building, testing, and deploying applications.
  • Integrate source code management tools with Jenkins to streamline the code integration process.
  • Implement automated testing within Jenkins to maintain code quality throughout the development lifecycle.
  • Configure notifications and alerts in Jenkins to keep the team informed about build statuses and issues.
  • Use distributed builds to improve efficiency and scalability in Jenkins environments.
  • Extend Jenkins functionality through the use of plugins and understand how to manage them.
  • Employ the Jenkins Rest API for automating and interacting with Jenkins programmatically.
  • Set up and enforce security measures within Jenkins to protect the build and deployment processes.
  • Manage artifacts generated from build processes, ensuring proper storage and accessibility.
  • Construct complex CD pipelines using Jenkins Pipeline, optimizing workflows through automation.
  • Utilize upstream and downstream jobs, triggers, parameters, and promotions to control the flow of the build process.
  • Apply Pipeline Workflow, Multibranch, and Repository Scanning techniques for dynamic pipeline creation and management.
  • Leverage Pipeline Global Libraries to reuse common code across multiple pipeline scripts.
  • Understand the architecture of distributed builds, including the configuration of replaceable agents and master-agent connectors.
  • Ensure high availability of the Jenkins environment to minimize downtime and maintain a robust CI/CD process.