Jenkins With Python, Docker, GitHub and DockerHub on Linux | Docker Build, Publish & Deploy with SSH on Remote Server
- Basic knowledge about Jenkins and CI/CD
- Basic knowledge working with Git, GitHub and Docker, DockerHub
- PC or Laptop with internet Connection
Jenkins is the most popular tool now a days to do Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery and Deployment of software:
- It’s free and open source
- It has thousands of plugins you can use
- Jenkins is easy to start with CI/CD
- It is used to automate almost anything now a days
In this course you will learn about a Jenkins CI/CD pipelines with Python, Docker, GitHub, DockerHub and Jenkins running on Linux Ubuntu VM.
We will see the full Jenkins pipeline starting from Code, how we Dockerize it locally, and run the docker image in our local system. Then we move on to pushing our code to GitHub. From there Jenkins will be the player which does all the tasks for CI and CD – tasks include – making the build i.e. docker image, push to DockerHub. Also we cover the deployment with Jenkins. We’ll see how Jenkins will SSH to remote machine and run the docker image by pull it from DockerHub.
All in all the full CI/CD flow. I’ll be building a Declarative pipeline and work out demo each stage for this course.
This course is designed for intermediate level of Jenkins DevOps practitioners. This is a free course and assumes you have basic concepts on CI/CD, Docker, DockerHub, GitHub and what they are used for.
This course will have multiple sessions and each will demo a certain aspect and drive towards the end goal of our CI/CD Pipeline in Jenkins. During this process you will learn about:
- CI/CD – what does these mean.
- Pipeline Overview – I’ll give a high level overview of the pipeline
- Tools Used – what are the tools and technologies used here
- Python Application – we demo our application by running it in local system
- Dockerize Application – We’ll dockerize the application and run the image in local system, Next up
- Jenkins configurations – main part, what all Jenkins related configurations we need do. Docker daemon, Docker Plugins, Credentials to connect to remote server for deployment, and also DockerHub creds.
- Jenkins Job – Next we build our pipeline in Jenkins. We will code each stage, test and then move on to next stage.
Finally we’ll see our pipeline in action and that will complete the full flow.
Thank You and See you in the course!
Who this course is for:
- Curious learners planning to learn about CI/CD
4 sections • 17 lectures • 1h 16m total length