Sunday, January 7, 2018

Top 10 Best Jenkins video tutorials | Learn Jenkins

Jenkins is a popular continuous integration tool that is used for automating the workflows without manually scheduling the test cases. Jenkins is originally developed for managing the build and release tool and it is written in Java. Later, Continous Integration and Continous deployment tools/features are added to Jenkins. Initially, it is used for building, testing and deploying the Java Applications, but now, it is used for many applications such as C#, Python, PHP, Ruby, HTML, Javascript etc,. Jenkins is used by the build and release team, development team, DevOps teams.

Why continuous integration?
let's take understand this considering a scenario, where each group of developers is working on the projects. Each group of developers submitted their component, their code may work in the unit testing but it fails in integration testing. It will very difficult to identify bugs and it will a lot of time to develop the end product. Continuous integration solves this problem, whenever each group of developers has developed a component, it will undergo, build, test and feedback is shared with respective teams. Instead of waiting for feedbacks, Continuous integration helps them to work on the new components.

Why Jenkins?
Jenkins is a fast and reliable tool for automating building, testing and deployment. The best thing about the Jenkins is multiple pipeline support, you can automate your workflows without manually scheduling the tasks/test cases.

For example: If you want the run the test cases in the morning at 7AM so that your execution is completed before you start working. If you don't have Jenkins, you have run the Maven manually in the morning. But with the help of Jenkins, you don't need to do that. Jenkins will automatically run the test cases.

You can find the plugins for almost everything such as database integrations, Maven, Github, Bitbucket, Google cloud and also, you can use your customized script builds instead of the plugins. Jenkins helps Development teams to deploy their code with one click deploy.

Before getting started with Jenkins, you should have knowledge of Linux commands and Git, Software Development Life Cycle, Maven.

Below are the best resources to learn and master in Jenkins:
Jenkins video tutorials
Jenkins video tutorials

Master Jenkins CI For DevOps and Developers

This tutorial gives a great overview of Jenkins and covers from the basics concepts to the advanced concepts such as pipeline concepts. The instructor has a good knowledge of the concept and he explains the concepts very clearly. In this tutorial, the instructor walks you through all the fundamental of Jenkins and then explains how to set up a Jenkins build pipeline starting with continuous inspection and continuous deployment. He then explains the how to integrate the CI build with Tomcat, GitHub, Maven, Java, etc. He also demonstrates hands-on examples of installing plug-ins, running multiple copies of TomCat to simulate staging and production environments. I recommend this tutorial without a miss. This tutorial is really good for beginners with no experience on Jenkins.

Jenkins -  Automation Step-by-Step - Raghav Pal

This tutorial is a popular tutorial on YouTube that helps with basics of the Jenkins. Here, the instructor covers basic concepts such as what is Jenkins and how to install or configure the setup to get started with Jenkins on Tomcat, how to change the home directory and how to command line interface, how to provide user access, manage and create users in Jenkins, then explains what are JOBS, how to integrate with Git, and how to use CATALIGHT, how to set up automated deployment. how to set up the pipeline and much more. The tutorial helps to get into next step level from the basic level. This video tutorial is the best suitable for beginners and intermediates.

Jenkins Bootcamp: Fully Automate Builds Through Deployment

If you work on Windows operating system and you want to learn Jenkins windows operating system this tutorial is best suitable for you. The Jenkins Bootcamp tutorial is packed with tons of information and explains them in short time. The short videos with simple examples will help to understand all concepts in Jenkins. The instructor starts with what is Jenkins and its architecture, Build Maturity, Build Cycle, technical terms, and buzzwords in Jenkins. Then he walks you through Installation and basics of concepts in Jenkins and moves onto Maven, here, you will get familiar with Maven and a project on Maven. You will learn about how to tests and how to do quality Analysis: Continuous Inspection, then continuous deployment and how to provide the security features in Jenkins.

This tutorial helps to understand how to integrate Jenkins with selenium automation for both C# and Java programming languages. In this tutorial, you will learn about the what Jenkins is? how to install and get started with Jenkins. You will also familiar with how to configure other Jenkins tools, how to create users and managing roles in Jenkins. The instructor also walks you through the first freestyle project and how to check the code in Git, finally you will learn how to about Maven project, how to build, test, compile and reports etc,. This tutorial is best suitable for the students who are looking for Jenkins in windows operating system.
This tutorial gives a great introductory course on Jenkins. The content provided in this tutorial is very well organized and relevant. The instructor is very knowledgeable and it is very easy to follow the examples that are presented in the deep-dive sections. You will learn about how to build an automated CI pipeline with Jenkins, how to work with version control and manage relational database schema and learn how to learn run the CI pipeline to maintain build artifacts,  how to configure, secure and extend Jenkins, CI builds with Git repositories hosted in GitHub. This tutorial is best suitable for developers and DevOps engineers.
This video tutorial helps to learn all the required concepts to learn and mastering the Jenkins. Here you will learn about the how to install and configure Jenkins, and how to run the jobs in Jenkins then the instructor walks you through the plugins in the Jenkins. By the end of this course, you will be able to start setting up Jenkins and the start jobs. The best thing about this course, the instructors gives tips, strategies, and best practices. This tutorial is best suitable for the beginners.

In this video tutorial series, the instructor walks you through how to get started with Jenkins. The instructor will cover how to install and use Jenkins. Also, the instructor walks you through how to import Git source code and integrate with BitBucket, unit test, Deploying to the FTP server, Build status Badges, monitor disk usage, how to integrate with slacGitHub and much more.  It is worth to go through this tutorial.

Jenkins / Hudson

Though this tutorial doesn't give a complete overview of Jenkins, it gives the best introduction to Jenkins. The instructor covers basic concepts such as installation, configuration, Git integration, creating and configuration slaves/nodes, User administration, configuring Maven project using GIT-VCS, installation and configuration sonarQube. I recommend this tutorial for an introduction to Jenkins.

DevOps with AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins and AWS CodeDeploy

This video tutorial is an awesome short course that helps to quickly understand how to get acquainted with AWS CodePipeline for real-world applications, Jenkins, how to deploy the code on Amazon Web Services. The instructor gives you clear explanation with examples. You will learn and realize the benefits of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CD) reduces the time and speed up the process. This tutorial is best suitable for developers and DevOps engineers.
Edureka presents free introductory video tutorial and you can go through those tutorials Jenkins Tutorial Videos | DevOps Tool here. If you like videos of the introductory videos then you enroll for the paid course. In this tutorial, you will learn about the Continuous Integration/Delivery concepts and Build Pipelines, Configure and build basic Tools/Plugins, how to use Jenkins to set up Build Pipelines, Perform Unit and Integration testing with Jenkins, Administer Jenkins by performing Backups/Restores, Understand the Master/Slave Topologies, Build and deploy simple applications to Tomcat 7 containers and much more.

From every video tutorial, you will learn something new, so I believe that the more you explore, the more you learn

Keep Learning :)