Certified Jenkins Engineer (CJE) Practice Exam 2023
CloudBees, the company behind the automation server Jenkins, is a major player in the Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery space. The Certified Jenkins Engineer (CJE) certification was designed to verify your qualifications in configuring and managing Jenkins jobs, pipelines, and cluster environments. Whether you are a seasoned Jenkins user or someone who wants to deeply learn the most important aspects of Jenkins, then this course is for you.
The unique and challenging questions in each practice test are designed to cover all topics relevant to the certification exam. Each practice test consists of 60 questions. You have 90 minutes to complete them. The exam blueprint consists of the following domains:
Jenkins Build Technologies: Pipeline
Jenkins Build Technologies: Freestyle
I authored the questions to resemble the actual exam as closely as possible after the passing the Certified Jenkins Engineer (CJE) exam myself. None of the questions have been copied from the CloudBees exam or other sources. All questions are in line with the latest 2023 Jenkins features. For more detailed information on the exam, see the CJE registration page. Good luck with passing the exam!
Drop me a message if you believe you found an error in any of the questions or answers. I'd love to hear your feedback.
Who this course is for:
- Students aiming to pass the Certified Jenkins Engineer (CJE) certification
- Software developers looking to build Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery pipelines
- DevOps engineers responsible for managing, scaling, and securing a Jenkins cluster
Benjamin Muschko is a software engineer, consultant, and trainer with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. He's passionate about project automation, testing, and continuous delivery. Ben is an author, a frequent speaker at conferences, and an avid open source advocate.
Ben delivered high-impact, short- and long-term consulting engagements to Fortune 500 companies, large enterprises, and startups. He taught 1000+ students on topics, such as Kubernetes, Terraform, Jenkins, Gradle, Bazel, and Go.
Ben is the author of the books "Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Study Guide", "Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) Study Guide", "Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) Study Guide", and "Gradle in Action".