Continuous Delivery with Jenkins, CloudFormation and Puppet Online Course

This 3-hour online course is ideal for Developers or Sys Admins who want to know how to script a complete Continuous Delivery platform in the Cloud using Jenkins, AWS and Puppet. By the end of the course, you will have a working Continuous Integration system on AWS with all of the source code. The course is led by award-winning author of Continuous Integration and Stelligent CTO, Paul Duvall. The next course is Tuesday August 14, 2012 at 1PM EDT.

Prerequisites:
Attendees should be at least a junior-level Developer or Linux Sys Admin

In the course, you will:

  1. Use AWS CloudFormation to script the provisioning of AWS resources such as EC2, Route 53 and S3
  2. Script the entire Jenkins and target environment infrastructure using Puppet
  3. Create a fully-functioning Continuous Delivery platform using Jenkins and AWS
  4. Participate in discussions on Continuous Delivery patterns and best practices

You will also be able to email the trainer after the course with questions on setting up your CI platform in AWS.

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There will be 15+ separate exercises that you will go through in creating a working Jenkins system in AWS. If you do not have an AWS account, you will need sign up by registering with Amazon Web Services as a part of the course pre-work (a credit card to pay AWS is required). The course material will be provided to students prior to the session. You will spend approximately $10 on AWS fees during the 3-hour training session.

You will be provided access to all of the source code and instructional material prior to, during and after the course If you have any questions, contact us at training@elasticoperations.com. A website with some of the example content for the course is located at http://onlinecd.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/

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