And as part of the last section, Build and Release Management practices which can is the process of transforming the human-readable source code fles into binary machine-level executable fles by combining confguration items, using building scripts, make fles, compilers, linkers, and other tools, and creating a version of a software program.
Building can take from a few fles to several hundreds or thousands of fles making it a delicate process. While every developer performs test builds in the workspace to ensure that the changes made do not break the repository state, when it comes to building the entire confguration to release a project version, different policies have to be in place. We saw the ability of the repository to record specifc confgurations: how labels can be used to create repository snapshots. Having all source code fles in a managed central area, the repository, allows for greater control over the build process, controls specifc project confgurations ensuring they can be reproduced in the future, and adds the ability to automate the build process.
be able to cope with this situation. For these cases SCM provides support for parallel development.
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Course Outline :
Concept and Process
- Software Configuration Management overview
- Elements of Software Configuration Management
- Introduction of Version management / Source Code Management
- Overview of Build management
- Overview of Packaging management
- Build and Release Concept and Process
- Overview of Release and Deployment management
- DevOps Concept and Process
- Continuous Integration and Delivery Process
- Introduction of Linux Operating System
- Linux User Commands
- Linux Admin Commands
- Windows Administrator fundamental
Source Code Management
- Apache Ant Fundamental
- Apache Maven Fundamental
- Apache Maven Advance
- MsBuild Fundamental
- Gradle Fundamental
- Powershell Scripting – Fundamental
- Bash(Shell) Scripting – Fundamental
- Ruby Programming – Fundamental
Package Management in Linux and Windows
Artifact Repository Tools
Configuration Management Tools
Incident Management tools
Continuous Integration Tools
CI/CD Concept and Implementation
- Concept of Continuous Integration
- Concept of Continuous Deployment
- Concept of Continuous Delivery
- CI/CD Implementation
Mode – Online based
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Lab Setup Details – Prerequisites
Operating Systems – Windows 7 or Linux(RHEL 7.X or Ubantu)
JDK 1.7 or Higher
SCM Tool Clients Installed (SVN, GIT, Perforce)
Servlet container like GlassFish and Tomcat (If one wants to host Jenkins outside) – Optional
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Table of Content
Continuous Integration with Jenkins
- What is Software Configuration Management
- What is Build and Release Engineering
- Introduction of Version Control Management?
- Basic usage of Subversion
- Basic usage of git
- Introduction of Build Management?
- How to write ant script?
- How to write Maven script?
- How to write MSBuild Script?
- Introduction of Release Management?
- Benefit of Continuous Integration?
- Different Continuous Integration Tools?
- Focus on Jenkins
- Installation and Setup of Jenkinks
- Configure a Job to Build the Project using SVN /GIT and ANT/Maven
- Using Build Script (Ant, Maven and MSBuild) with Jenkins
- Authentication and Authorization in Jenkins
- Lab and Assignment
- Nodes Setup in Jenkins
- Labels, Tags and Notification using Jenkins
- Empowered with Plugins in Jenkins
- 20 Popular Plugins and Their Usage
- Integrating Jenkins with Junit for automated testing
- Integrating Jenkins with HP-QC for automated testing
- Integrating Jenkins with Cobertura for test Coverage
- Integrating Jenkins with Sonar for static code analysis
- Release and Deployments using Jenkins and Nexus
- Advance Jenkins
- Jenkins Scripting
- Jenkins Command line
- Reporting and Dashboard using Jenkins
- Lab and Assignment
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