Transition to Continuous Delivery with Enterprise Java
Migrating enterprise projects to use fully-fledged Continuous Delivery pipelines with manageable effort
Continuous Delivery (CD) makes a lot of business sense. Software products are shipped continuously taking care they are delivered with fast pace and with full quality confidence. But how to bring CD into your enterprise?
We need our CD pipeline to build, integrate, verify and deploy software without losing quality. This is a complex and demanding task. Companies cannot pause projects that are earning them money just to implement CD.
This course splits the huge task of implementing CD into a series of practical steps. You can build your pipeline whilst still working on new features for your production system. This makes it easier to transition to fully-fledged CD in a matter of months.
Our example app mimics what we typically find in an enterprise. It has custom configuration. It speaks to a database and external systems. It is integrated with internal services and servers, rather than hosted on a public platform like GitHub or DockerHub. This keeps the example closer to the real-world. Our deployment pipeline may be harder, but more useful in your learning. We will use: Jenkins Continuous Integration server, which ships our Java EE app as Docker containers to an environment managed by Kubernetes.
What you get when you buy this course:
1. Step-by-step instruction on how to implement your CD pipeline
2. Realistic example application
3. Invitation to a closed Facebook group to meet other students and ask questions.
4. Quiz at the end of most sections to evaluate your understanding.
5. 30 day money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied with the course.
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Preview01. Continuous Integration Server & Example Project (7:31)
Preview02. Continuous Delivery prerequisites, part 1 (2:58)
Preview03. Continuous Delivery prerequisites, part 2 (7:14)
Preview04. Setting up the Continuous Delivery pipeline (8:20)
Preview01. Continuous Integration server, example project & starting point (10:17)
Preview02. Continuous Delivery goals & prerequisites (12:43)
Preview03. Continuous Delivery next steps (4:57)
Preview04. Setting up the Continuous Delivery pipeline (7:11)