Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven Jenkins and Nexus Course Overview

Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven Jenkins and Nexus Course Overview

The "Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven, Jenkins, and Nexus" course provides comprehensive instruction on implementing continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD), and DevOps practices using tools like Maven, Jenkins, and Nexus. Learners will grasp the foundation of Agile application development and get hands-on experience with setting up CI environments, building and managing projects with Maven, and understanding the repository management with Nexus.

Continuous Integration is given special attention, explaining how to integrate source code changes into a shared repository multiple times a day to detect errors quickly. With Maven, participants will learn about project object models (POMs), plugins, and multi-module builds. The course also delves into Jenkins for automation, its plugins, security, and best practices for distributed builds. Additionally, the course tackles Continuous Delivery, ensuring that learners understand how to release software quickly and sustainably. By the end of the course, participants will be well-equipped to streamline development processes within their organizations, leading to increased efficiency and productivity.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven, Jenkins, and Nexus course, prospective students should meet the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of software development processes
  • Familiarity with Agile and/or other software development methodologies
  • Basic knowledge of version control systems such as Git or Subversion
  • Fundamental understanding of Java programming language and concepts
  • Awareness of build tools and scripting – prior experience with ANT or similar tools is beneficial
  • Some exposure to server operations, such as deploying applications or running command-line interfaces
  • Comfortable with using an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for code development tasks
  • Basic knowledge of XML for configuration purposes (e.g., understanding Maven's pom.xml files)
  • Willingness to engage with both theoretical concepts and practical hands-on exercises

Note: This course is designed to accommodate learners with varying levels of experience, and these prerequisites are merely a starting point to ensure a baseline understanding of the concepts to be covered. If you lack experience in certain areas, supplemental learning resources may be recommended to help you prepare for the course.


Target Audience for Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven Jenkins and Nexus

The Jenkins Training course focuses on mastering Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery with Maven, Jenkins, and Nexus, tailored for IT professionals seeking to enhance DevOps skills.


  • Software Developers
  • Build and Release Engineers
  • DevOps Practitioners
  • IT Project Managers
  • Automation Engineers
  • QA Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Technical Leads
  • Software Development Managers
  • IT Team Leaders
  • Operations Support Professionals
  • Application Developers interested in CI/CD practices


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Jenkins Training – Continuous Integration with Maven Jenkins and Nexus?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

This Jenkins training course offers a comprehensive understanding of Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment using Maven, Jenkins, and Nexus, equipping participants with the skills necessary to streamline and automate the software development process.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Grasp the fundamentals of Agile Application Development and understand the principles of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD).
  • Learn to set up and configure Jenkins for Continuous Integration, creating and managing various job types within the CI/CD process.
  • Understand the role and configuration of Apache Maven as a build automation tool, including its ecosystem, lifecycle, and dependency management.
  • Gain knowledge on how to install, configure, and run Apache Maven and Jenkins, both as standalone applications and on application servers.
  • Acquire the skills to manage multi-module builds and Project Object Models (POM) with Maven for complex project structures.
  • Develop proficiency in writing custom Maven plugins and troubleshooting build issues.
  • Master the use of Nexus repository manager for artifact storage, release management, and to proxy remote repositories.
  • Learn to secure Jenkins by managing authentication, authorization, and confidentiality settings.
  • Understand how to implement distributed builds, manage Jenkins agents, and optimize Jenkins for scalability and performance.
  • Create, manage, and invoke Jenkins pipelines for Continuous Delivery, integrating DevOps practices into the CI/CD process.