Getting Started With Docker - Quick Start Guide
Practicle Guide for Begginers
How To Setup Jenkins Server on Kubernetes - Master Slave Setup
This tutorial helps you install a scalable Jenkins server on a Kubernetes cluster. Jenkins can be easily set up using the kubernetes YAML definitions I've given. When your code base grows by the day, your Jenkins server becomes slower. Jenkins scaling is based on the Master-Slave model.
Build Docker Images With Docker Containers as Jenkins Build Slaves
How to setting up dynamic Docker containers as Jenkins builds slaves for better resource utilization. Spinning up a new container takes less than a minute. And every build task spins up in a new container, build the project, and finally, it's destroyed itself. You can reduce the number of static VMs for Jenkins to build jobs. This step will require when you will use Docker with CI/CD pipelines that build your applications into Docker images and deploying into deferent environments such as dev, staging, and finally in production.
Run Jenkins In Docker Using Docker Compose With Persistent Volumes
Do you want to setup Jenkins on Docker? But You may just curious about the persistence of your Jenkins data. Ok, I will explain them here step by step. In this tutorial, I will walk you through setting up the Jenkins server on docker with persistent volumes. First, I'll show you each step manually, and then I'll use docker-compose to make things faster and reusable.
How To Setup Jenkins On Ubuntu 20.04LTS
This tutorial walk you through how to setup Jenkins on Ubuntu 20.04LTS and Debian. Jenkins is an open-source continues integration and continues deployment tool. Which can use to automate application building, testing and deploying. Jenkins is the most popular automation server. Jenkins built using java, which can integrate with numerous plugins.
How To Integrate SonarQube With Jenkins For Code Analysis
Ensure the quality of the code, identify bugs, code vulnerabilities, code smells, and align with code standards after committing codes into repositories such as Github, Bitbucket, and Gitlab. And the same way build my code automatically, using Jenkins. Perform this task whenever I commit code and see the static code analysis report at SonarQube