Lynda – AWS for DevOps – Continuous Delivery and Process Automation

Lynda – AWS for DevOps – Continuous Delivery and Process Automation
English | Size: 287.71 MB
Category: CBTs

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has several powerful features and services that support processes automation and continuous delivery. Learn how to leverage several core services, including CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy and CodePipeline. See how to use the AWS command line interface to write and run scripts for automations. Discover best practices you can follow, and third-party tools you can use, to successfully set up automated processes and implement continuous delivery, and find out how to effectively manage application updates. This course can also be used as an exam preparation resource, as it covers the topics in the first domain of the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer exam: Continuous Delivery and Process Automation.
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Pluralsight – Continuous Monitoring – The Big Picture

Pluralsight – Continuous Monitoring – The Big Picture
English | Size: 92.81 MB
Category: CBTs

Adding continuous monitoring to your application management will make both your developers and users happy. This course, you’ll learn how CM makes it easier to catch bugs, simplifies regulatory compliance, and integrates perfectly with DevOps cycles.

To properly ensure your application is running – and running properly – you’ll need to understand how continuous monitoring works. In this course, Continuous Monitoring: The Big Picture, you’ll learn about continuous monitoring and how it fits into DevOps development cycles. First, you’ll dive into the principles and benefits of continuous monitoring. [Read more…]

Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Server Deployments – O’Reilly Media

Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Server Deployments – O’Reilly Media
English | Size: 126.60 MB
Category: CBTs

This course teaches developers how to use Jenkins to automate the deployment of web applications to an application server. Automated deployments are a key feature of any deployment pipeline used for continuous delivery and deployment.

The course introduces a sample Java web application and focuses on deploying that application to an Apache Tomcat servlet container using Jenkins integration. By the end of this course, you’ll understand how to automate the delivery of web applications by packaging them from a source code repository and ultimately deploying to an application server.
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O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Using Plugins

O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Using Plugins
English | Size: 121.75 MB
Category: CBTs

Plugins enhance the capabilities of the Jenkins automation server, making it possible for developers to refine their approach to building, deploying, and automating their Jenkins projects. The Jenkins plugins index is a library of over 1,000 plugins; this course shows you how to choose the best ones for your needs.

You’ll learn how to use the Jenkins plugin manager to install, update, and remove plugins. Then, as a bonus, you’ll become familiar with five of the most popular Jenkins plugins in use today.
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O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Basic Build Jobs

O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Basic Build Jobs
English | Size: 178.36 MB
Category: CBTs

The Jenkins community defines a Jenkins "project" as a user configured description of the work that Jenkins should perform; and a "build" as a single execution of a project. This course provides a hands-on, step-by-step opportunity to create a very basic Jenkins project and use key components of the Jenkins server toolset to perform a build in support of that project.
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O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Configuration

O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Configuration
English | Size: 136.81 MB
Category: CBTs

Understanding how to properly configure a Jenkins automation server is essential to creating a Jenkins based Continuous Integration pipeline. This screencast demonstrates the basic set of procedures you must know to configure a Jenkins automation server and integrate it with third party tools.

As the course moves along, you’ll come to understand that Jenkins offers an almost unlimited supply of configuration possibilities. This course does more than teach a basic setup; it teaches you the Jenkins configuration paradigm, giving you the confidence you will need to handle virtually any configuration option you may face going forward.
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O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Fundamentals

O’Reilly – Continuous Integration (CI) With Jenkins – Fundamentals
English | Size: 116.53 MB
Category: CBTs

The Jenkins server or CI (continuous integration) server is a tool that allows software developers to automate many of the common tasks (testing, compiling, etc.) associated with software development. It’s become a widely used software development technology (133 thousand active installs, 1 million+ users), because of its ability to dramatically speed up development while assuring code quality.
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Pluralsight – Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery The Big Picture

Pluralsight – Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery The Big Picture
English | Size: 91.03 MB
Category: Tutorial

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery: The Big Picture
By Barry Luijbregts
Automating software delivery is key to success. This course will teach you that continuous integration and continuous delivery can help your organization make better software, release faster, save money, and respond faster to customer needs.
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Eric Ries – The Lean Startup How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businessess

Eric Ries – The Lean Startup How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businessess
English | Size: 473.80 MB
Category: Business / Finance

Most startups fail. But many of those failures are preventable. The Lean Startup is a new approach being adopted across the globe, changing the way companies are built and new products are launched.
Eric Ries defines a startup as an organization dedicated to creating something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty. This is just as true for one person in a garage or a group of seasoned professionals in a Fortune 500 boardroom. What they have in common is a mission to penetrate that fog of uncertainty to discover a successful path to a sustainable business. [Read more…]