It is always better to start early and visualize the things we want to achieve. That is the objective of this chapter. It will be easy to realize the importance of this chapter when we are at the last line of the final chapter of this book. One of the highlights of Jenkins 2 is built-in support for delivery pipelines. We know that Jenkins is a continuous integration server, but what if we wanted to use it for continuous delivery or continuous deployment too? Automation and orchestration both are equally important while dealing with the application delivery pipeline. Continue reading “DevOps for Web Development: Code Pipeline and Build Pipeline”
What is continuous integration? In simple words, CI is a software engineering practice where each check-in made by a developer is verified by either of the following:
- Pull mechanism: Executing an automated build at a scheduled time
- Push mechanism: Executing an automated build when changes are saved in the repository
This step is followed by executing a unit test against the latest changes available in the source code repository. Continue reading “DevOps for Web Development: Continuous Integration with Jenkins 2.0”
DevOps is not a tool or technology; it is an approach or culture that makes things better. This chapter describes in detail how DevOps solves different problems of the traditional application—delivery cycle. It also describes how it can be used to make development and operations teams efficient and effective in order to make time to market faster by improving culture. It also explains key concepts essential for evolving DevOps culture. You will learn about the DevOps culture, its lifecycle and key concepts, and tools, technologies, and platforms used for automating different aspects of application lifecycle management. Continue reading “DevOps for Web Development: DEVOPS Concepts”
In agile development practices, developers need to integrate their work frequently to fix bugs or to create a new feature or functionality. To integrate all work efficiently and verify it is an error-prone and time-consuming manual task. Jenkins is used specifically for continuous integration, helping to enforce the principles of agile development. Continue reading “Jenkins Essentials: Continuous Integration – setting up the stage for a DevOps culture”
Jenkins-Server certificate verification failed: certificate issued for a different hostname, issuer is not trusted
Error validating server certificate for ‘https://192.168.1.12:443‘:
– The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
– The certificate hostname does not match. Continue reading “Jenkins-Server certificate verification failed: certificate issued for a different hostname, issuer is not trusted”
Configure artifactory in Jenkins. Go to Manage Jenkins -> Configure Syatem.
Provide, URL and credentials for Artifactory.
Go to specific build Job in Jenkins. In the Build Environment section, select Resolve artifacts from Artifactory.
Click on Refresh and select resolution releases repository. Continue reading “DevOps-Jenkins and Artifactory Integration”
Before creating User, let’s create local repositories specific to Jenkins. How to create repository in Artifactory.
Click on the users and select Permissions to verify permissions assigned to user. Continue reading “How to Assign Permissions to Users in Artifactory”