Introduction to Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery
What you'll learn
- Understand what Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery is
- Obtain a firm understanding of DevOps
- Understand the competitive advantages of using CI and CD in your organization
- Find out why companies like NetFlix and Amazon use CI and CD in their daily workflow
- Find out about the popular tools for integrating CI and CD into your workflow
- See an actual case study of a real project using CI/CD from start to finish
- A basic understanding of development is desirable
- No real programming experience is needed
Maybe you’ve heard the terms Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery before, but have never really had time to find out what they mean, and how they can help you as a developer.
Perhaps DevOps rings a bell, but it’s not something practiced in your company.
Maybe you understand about source control, using git, and have always had an interest in finding ways to automate the build process.
Or maybe none of this means anything to you (yet).
Whatever the reason you have hit this landing page, you have arrived at a course that can give you a fast track in understanding what this Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) is all about.
This short course is designed to give you an introduction to the concepts, and arm you with the knowledge of why you should be using them in your organization.
Developers with these skills are in hot demand, and there is a reason for that.
Proper implementation of CI and CD into the workplace brings with it processes that can save time, allowing companies to release software more often, fix bugs at a quicker pace, and deliver builds to their users faster, all with more control than you may have thought was possible. The bottom line is the company will make more money, and developers are more valuable as a result.
It is possible to completely automate the build process of your companies software projects, no matter how big or small, and no matter how many developers you have on your team.
Not only that, but you can either completely automate or largely automate the deployment process of your applications as well, depending on whether they are web-based, or mobile-based.
CI and CD are not just buzz words, but bring big benefits to all that use them.
In this course, you find out exactly what these benefits are, and how to get started. In addition, you will find out just what DevOps is, and why it plays a critical role with CI and CD.
The course is mainly aimed at developers looking to take a quick course to understand the basics of why they should adopt the practices, enabling them to move on to more technical, hands-on courses or training using the specific tools suitable for their organization.
With that said, this course goes through a number of the more popular tools used by developers and even has a case study showing an application being set up for CI and CD, from start to finish.
No real development experience is needed to take the course.
In addition, non-developers such as project managers, and even senior management will obtain benefits from taking this course, obtaining an understanding of why their company should transition to DevOps and implement CI and CD in their workplace.
At just over two hours in length, the course is easily digestible in a morning, an afternoon, or evening and will equip you with a solid understanding of the processes, and the reasons why you should be using them, as well as the next step to take.
Click the enroll button to get started, and I look forward to equip you with the knowledge you need to know about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
Who this course is for:
- Programmers wanting to find out about how Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery works and the benefits it brings therm as developers
- Anyone looking for a quick overview of the process of CI and CD
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The Learn Programming Academy was created by Tim Buchalka, a software developer with 35 years experience, who is also an instructor on Udemy, with over 1.24M+ students in his courses on Java, Python, Android, C# and the Spring framework.
The Academy’s goal in the next three years, is to teach one million people to learn how to program.
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