CI/CD Jumpstart Program
Learn How to Build a Robust CI/CD Pipeline
Continuous delivery means different things to different people depending on the roles of the people in the organization. For higher management, it might be a cultural change, and for developers, it might be a new way of developing and delivering software. For customers you are serving, it might revolutionize the way they are doing business. The CI/CD Jumpstart Program is designed to teach software developers the fundamentals of CI/CD, as well as how to automate configurations and deployments using some of the best tools in the market.
In this program, students will:
- Define and demonstrate the value of Continuous Delivery
- Recognize the relationship between Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
- Identify the most effective tools for quick release & reliable maintenance
- Integrate Continuous Delivery methods & techniques into current workflow
- Implement CI/CD with Jenkins
- Create acceptance and production environments
- And much more…
The Jumpstart Program includes a personal advisor to help you determine what is best for meeting your goals, to answer any of your questions, and to set up a personal plan for completing your courses.
Simply fill out your contact information using the form on the left-hand side and you will then be contacted by your Regional Account Manager. We want you to have all the tools you need to build a robust CI/CD pipeline, so we handpicked these courses and are offering them at a discounted program-only rate:
Courses Included in the CI/CD Jumpstart Program:
Course One: Implementing a CI/CD Pipeline
This three-day, instructor-led, hands-on, technical class gives DevOps team members the ability to automate an entire end-to-end CI/CD pipeline. Primary tools used in class include Github, Chef, and Jenkins. You will also use ChefSpec, Inspec, Test Kitchen, Groovy, Maven, and JFrog Artifactory. This is a fast-paced, technical, lab-centric course, and you will leave with best practice experience in building a sample pipeline. If you do not meet the required experience for this course, you will have a hard time keeping up.
Courses Two and Three: Elective – Choose two courses from the following: