Build+Deploy+Test with Jenkins 2.0

Learn Jenkins 2.0 for end-to-end testing of applications
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (4,393 ratings)
65,345 students
Build+Deploy+Test with Jenkins 2.0
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (4,393 ratings)
65,345 students
Understand what Jenkins 2.0 is
Understand Jenkins 2.0 freestyle project
Understand Jenkins 2.0 pipeline projects
Working with both Java and .Net project
Working with Agents
Working with Docker cross browser testing

Requirements

  • Good understanding on Continuous integration concepts
  • Basic understanding on Selenium
  • Basic understanding on Java/C#
  • Basic understanding on any scripting language
Description

Build + Deploy + Test with Jenkins 2.0 course is designed in such a way that anyone with good understanding of basic software development and testing can start learning this course effortlessly.

This course is designed not just for developers or testers, its also designed for DevOps and Business Analyst.

This course course covers rich topics from complete ground-up like

  • Understanding and configuring Jenkins 2.0
  • Understand and working with Jenkins 2.0 freestyle project
  • Understand and working with Jenkins 2.0 pipeline projects
  • Working with both Java and .Net project 
  • Configuring and working with multiple Agents
  • Working with Docker and cross browser testing
  • Working with Jenkins Blue Ocean

At the end of this course, one can have an clear understanding of what Jenkins is and its awesomeness with simplicity.

Who this course is for:
  • QA
  • Dev
  • DevOps
Curriculum
6 sections • 24 lectures • 3h 26m total length
  • Part 1 - Introduction
  • Part 2 - Installation and configuring Jenkins 2.0
  • Part 3 - Configuring Jenkins 2.0 for Build+Deploy+Test
  • Part 4 - Downloading common Tools for Jenkins 2.0 and setting environment variab
  • Part5 -Building project with Maven command line interface
  • Part 6 - Creating and working with Freestyle project using Jenkins 2.0
  • Part 7 - Creating FreeStyle Project for Build + Test with Jenkins 2.0 (Java)
  • Part 8 - Creating Pipeline project for build+test+report using cucumber Report
  • Part 9 - Creating Pipeline project for build+test+report using cucumber report
  • Part10 - Working with stage view in Jenkins 2.0 for pipeline project
  • Part 11 - Freestyle project for Dot Net application using Jenkins 2.0 (Part A)
  • Part 12 - Freestyle project for Dot Net application using Jenkins 2.0 (Part B)
  • Part 13 - Running NUnit Selenium Test with Freestyle project using Jenkins 2.0
  • Part 14 -Working with Pipeline project for .Net application
  • Part 15 - Configuring email using Docker container for Jenkins 2.0 (Part A)
  • Part 16 - Configuring email using Docker container for Jenkins 2.0 (Part B)
  • Part 17 - Working with build triggers
  • Part 18 - Configuring Build Agents for Jenkins 2.0
  • Part 19 - Working with Jenkins Blue Ocean plugins
  • Part 20 - Cross browser testing with Selenium (Part A)
  • Part 21 - Cross browser testing with Selenium (Part B)
  • Installing and Working with Jenkins Docker image
  • Running Maven with Jenkins docker image via custom docker build
  • Jenkins Docker file

Instructor
Software Architect, Consultant,Youtuber and Best Seller
Karthik KK
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 17,857 Reviews
  • 200,087 Students
  • 25 Courses

I am Karthik K.K. I do consulting, blogging and researching on various different tools and technologies which inspires my interest. I have been into Software Automation Testing for over 13 years now and my interest in learning new stuffs which enables automation has never been compromised.

Due to my passion in automation testing I got fully exposed to tools and languages like


Desktop & Web : QTP, Selenium, Specflow, VS Coded UI, Ranorex ,Test Complete and Cucumber
Mobile : Appium, Robotium,Calabash, Espresso, Selendroid
Languages : C#, Java, Ruby, Powershell, Javascript, VBScript 
Cloud Tools : Azure, Dockers
Misc Tools: Mockito, Rest-assured, Bound-Box,FluentAutomation
Interested in: MVC, Entity framework, LINQ, Fakes, Distributed deployment, SAAS