This video covers basic Jenkins installation. Using the Heroku hosts as targets, create and test a Jenkins job for deployment.
- [Instructor] Jenkins is a continuous deployment…and integration service you generally run locally on one…of your servers.…While there are cloud providers for Jenkins services,…in most cases you'd want to use a different CICD…tool if you don't want to work with a local system.…Unlike some of the other systems we'll be reviewing,…which use containers, Jenkins is installed on a system…and the jobs run in the shared environment.…Jenkins features plugins for many functions, by nature…it's optimized for Java environments, it does have…plugins for node but I'll be executing this task…as a script because we don't have node specific script…actions to take and this is the most common used pattern.…
If you're interested in learning more about Jenkins…or getting your own server set up, please take a look…through the library to find more detailed instruction…on using Jenkins.…This movie will walk you through the process of setting…up a GitHub web hook in Jenkins to detect changes,…run tests, and then deploy the code to Heroku.…
- MongoDB and GitHub setup
- Creating a Heroku app
- Deployment using Elastic Beanstalk
- Azure host creation and environment configuration
- Continuous deployment tools
- Working with Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI
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