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Jenkins Fundamentals

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Continuous integration with Jenkins speeds up your projects and saves you time and money Key Features Get a perfect balance of theories and hands-on activities Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Book Description Jenkins Fundamentals teaches you everything you need to know about installing, setting up, configuring, and integrating a Jenkins server with your project to speed up the product development life cycle. You will learn how to deploy via Docker and integrate with Git. Next you will move on to understanding bespoke plugins and services to further customize your workflow, and dynamically adjust your build requirements when pushing to production. Once you have grasped the basics, you will explore user and plugin management along with updating and upgrading Jenkins. You will set up freestyle projects and views to manage your projects, followed by configuring parameters for your projects and creating upstream and downstream projects with views to visualize the projects. In addition to this, you will create a secure connection from your master to your build slaves and configure your build tasks to run on the slave. By the end of this book, you will be able to successfully set up a Jenkins server that checks your source code repositories for changes, triggering new builds and unit tests while informing all of the key stakeholders in your organization. What you will learn Set up and deploy a Jenkins server across different platforms via Docker Design development workflows that enable continuous integration and then easily integrate with Jenkins Explore community plugins and use them to extend core Jenkins functionality Set up a freestyle project as well as a view to manage your projects Understand source control and pipelines, and build parameters in the context of Git and Jenkins Configure general-purpose freestyle projects, or use more formal pipeline-driven implementation Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Who this book is for Jenkins Fundamentals is for you if you are a software developer, with prior experience in application development, looking to build and transition to a more centrally managed deployment process. This book is ideal if you need a real-world introduction to continuous delivery, with a view to setting up and using Jenkins as a tool for your own software development life cycle.
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Jenkins Fundamentals

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Continuous integration with Jenkins speeds up your projects and saves you time and money Key Features Get a perfect balance of theories and hands-on activities Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Book Description Jenkins Fundamentals teaches you everything you need to know about installing, setting up, configuring, and integrating a Jenkins server with your project to speed up the product development life cycle. You will learn how to deploy via Docker and integrate with Git. Next you will move on to understanding bespoke plugins and services to further customize your workflow, and dynamically adjust your build requirements when pushing to production. Once you have grasped the basics, you will explore user and plugin management along with updating and upgrading Jenkins. You will set up freestyle projects and views to manage your projects, followed by configuring parameters for your projects and creating upstream and downstream projects with views to visualize the projects. In addition to this, you will create a secure connection from your master to your build slaves and configure your build tasks to run on the slave. By the end of this book, you will be able to successfully set up a Jenkins server that checks your source code repositories for changes, triggering new builds and unit tests while informing all of the key stakeholders in your organization. What you will learn Set up and deploy a Jenkins server across different platforms via Docker Design development workflows that enable continuous integration and then easily integrate with Jenkins Explore community plugins and use them to extend core Jenkins functionality Set up a freestyle project as well as a view to manage your projects Understand source control and pipelines, and build parameters in the context of Git and Jenkins Configure general-purpose freestyle projects, or use more formal pipeline-driven implementation Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Who this book is for Jenkins Fundamentals is for you if you are a software developer, with prior experience in application development, looking to build and transition to a more centrally managed deployment process. This book is ideal if you need a real-world introduction to continuous delivery, with a view to setting up and using Jenkins as a tool for your own software development life cycle.
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Jenkins Fundamentals

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Continuous integration with Jenkins speeds up your projects and saves you time and money Key Features Get a perfect balance of theories and hands-on activities Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Book Description Jenkins Fundamentals teaches you everything you need to know about installing, setting up, configuring, and integrating a Jenkins server with your project to speed up the product development life cycle. You will learn how to deploy via Docker and integrate with Git. Next you will move on to understanding bespoke plugins and services to further customize your workflow, and dynamically adjust your build requirements when pushing to production. Once you have grasped the basics, you will explore user and plugin management along with updating and upgrading Jenkins. You will set up freestyle projects and views to manage your projects, followed by configuring parameters for your projects and creating upstream and downstream projects with views to visualize the projects. In addition to this, you will create a secure connection from your master to your build slaves and configure your build tasks to run on the slave. By the end of this book, you will be able to successfully set up a Jenkins server that checks your source code repositories for changes, triggering new builds and unit tests while informing all of the key stakeholders in your organization. What you will learn Set up and deploy a Jenkins server across different platforms via Docker Design development workflows that enable continuous integration and then easily integrate with Jenkins Explore community plugins and use them to extend core Jenkins functionality Set up a freestyle project as well as a view to manage your projects Understand source control and pipelines, and build parameters in the context of Git and Jenkins Configure general-purpose freestyle projects, or use more formal pipeline-driven implementation Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Who this book is for Jenkins Fundamentals is for you if you are a software developer, with prior experience in application development, looking to build and transition to a more centrally managed deployment process. This book is ideal if you need a real-world introduction to continuous delivery, with a view to setting up and using Jenkins as a tool for your own software development life cycle.
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Jenkins Fundamentals

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Continuous integration with Jenkins speeds up your projects and saves you time and money Key Features Get a perfect balance of theories and hands-on activities Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Book Description Jenkins Fundamentals teaches you everything you need to know about installing, setting up, configuring, and integrating a Jenkins server with your project to speed up the product development life cycle. You will learn how to deploy via Docker and integrate with Git. Next you will move on to understanding bespoke plugins and services to further customize your workflow, and dynamically adjust your build requirements when pushing to production. Once you have grasped the basics, you will explore user and plugin management along with updating and upgrading Jenkins. You will set up freestyle projects and views to manage your projects, followed by configuring parameters for your projects and creating upstream and downstream projects with views to visualize the projects. In addition to this, you will create a secure connection from your master to your build slaves and configure your build tasks to run on the slave. By the end of this book, you will be able to successfully set up a Jenkins server that checks your source code repositories for changes, triggering new builds and unit tests while informing all of the key stakeholders in your organization. What you will learn Set up and deploy a Jenkins server across different platforms via Docker Design development workflows that enable continuous integration and then easily integrate with Jenkins Explore community plugins and use them to extend core Jenkins functionality Set up a freestyle project as well as a view to manage your projects Understand source control and pipelines, and build parameters in the context of Git and Jenkins Configure general-purpose freestyle projects, or use more formal pipeline-driven implementation Explore concepts such as the plugin ecosystem and adaptive build parameters, among others Apply continuous integration and delivery to your workflow Who this book is for Jenkins Fundamentals is for you if you are a software developer, with prior experience in application development, looking to build and transition to a more centrally managed deployment process. This book is ideal if you need a real-world introduction to continuous delivery, with a view to setting up and using Jenkins as a tool for your own software development life cycle.
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Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery

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Understand various tools and practices for building a continuous integration and delivery pipeline effectively Key Features Get up and running with the patterns of continuous integration Learn Jenkins UI for developing plugins and build an effective Jenkins pipeline Automate CI/CD with command-line tools and scripts Book Description Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery starts with the fundamentals of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) and where it fits in the DevOps ecosystem. You will explore the importance of stakeholder collaboration as part of CI/CD. As you make your way through the chapters, you will get to grips with Jenkins UI, and learn to install Jenkins on different platforms, add plugins, and write freestyle scripts. Next, you will gain hands-on experience of developing plugins with Jenkins UI, building the Jenkins 2.0 pipeline, and performing Docker integration. In the concluding chapters, you will install Travis CI and Circle CI and carry out scripting, logging, and debugging, helping you to acquire a broad knowledge of CI/CD with Travis CI and CircleCI. By the end of this book, you will have a detailed understanding of best practices for CI/CD systems and be able to implement them with confidence. What you will learn Install Jenkins on multiple operating systems Work with Jenkins freestyle scripts, pipeline syntax, and methodology Explore Travis CI build life cycle events and multiple build languages Master the Travis CI CLI (command-line interface) and automate tasks with the CLI Use CircleCI CLI jobs and work with pipelines Automate tasks using CircleCI CLI and learn to debug and troubleshoot Learn open source tooling such as Git and GitHub Install Docker and learn concepts in shell scripting Who this book is for Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery is for system administrators, DevOps engineers, and build and release engineers who want to understand the concept of CI and gain hands-on experience working with prominent tools in the CI ecosystem. Basic knowledge of software delivery is an added advantage.
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Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery

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Understand various tools and practices for building a continuous integration and delivery pipeline effectively Key Features Get up and running with the patterns of continuous integration Learn Jenkins UI for developing plugins and build an effective Jenkins pipeline Automate CI/CD with command-line tools and scripts Book Description Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery starts with the fundamentals of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) and where it fits in the DevOps ecosystem. You will explore the importance of stakeholder collaboration as part of CI/CD. As you make your way through the chapters, you will get to grips with Jenkins UI, and learn to install Jenkins on different platforms, add plugins, and write freestyle scripts. Next, you will gain hands-on experience of developing plugins with Jenkins UI, building the Jenkins 2.0 pipeline, and performing Docker integration. In the concluding chapters, you will install Travis CI and Circle CI and carry out scripting, logging, and debugging, helping you to acquire a broad knowledge of CI/CD with Travis CI and CircleCI. By the end of this book, you will have a detailed understanding of best practices for CI/CD systems and be able to implement them with confidence. What you will learn Install Jenkins on multiple operating systems Work with Jenkins freestyle scripts, pipeline syntax, and methodology Explore Travis CI build life cycle events and multiple build languages Master the Travis CI CLI (command-line interface) and automate tasks with the CLI Use CircleCI CLI jobs and work with pipelines Automate tasks using CircleCI CLI and learn to debug and troubleshoot Learn open source tooling such as Git and GitHub Install Docker and learn concepts in shell scripting Who this book is for Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery is for system administrators, DevOps engineers, and build and release engineers who want to understand the concept of CI and gain hands-on experience working with prominent tools in the CI ecosystem. Basic knowledge of software delivery is an added advantage.
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Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery

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Understand various tools and practices for building a continuous integration and delivery pipeline effectively Key Features Get up and running with the patterns of continuous integration Learn Jenkins UI for developing plugins and build an effective Jenkins pipeline Automate CI/CD with command-line tools and scripts Book Description Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery starts with the fundamentals of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) and where it fits in the DevOps ecosystem. You will explore the importance of stakeholder collaboration as part of CI/CD. As you make your way through the chapters, you will get to grips with Jenkins UI, and learn to install Jenkins on different platforms, add plugins, and write freestyle scripts. Next, you will gain hands-on experience of developing plugins with Jenkins UI, building the Jenkins 2.0 pipeline, and performing Docker integration. In the concluding chapters, you will install Travis CI and Circle CI and carry out scripting, logging, and debugging, helping you to acquire a broad knowledge of CI/CD with Travis CI and CircleCI. By the end of this book, you will have a detailed understanding of best practices for CI/CD systems and be able to implement them with confidence. What you will learn Install Jenkins on multiple operating systems Work with Jenkins freestyle scripts, pipeline syntax, and methodology Explore Travis CI build life cycle events and multiple build languages Master the Travis CI CLI (command-line interface) and automate tasks with the CLI Use CircleCI CLI jobs and work with pipelines Automate tasks using CircleCI CLI and learn to debug and troubleshoot Learn open source tooling such as Git and GitHub Install Docker and learn concepts in shell scripting Who this book is for Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery is for system administrators, DevOps engineers, and build and release engineers who want to understand the concept of CI and gain hands-on experience working with prominent tools in the CI ecosystem. Basic knowledge of software delivery is an added advantage.
Category: COMPUTERS. ISBN:

Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=96358489&fc=CA&cjsku=96358489...
Understand various tools and practices for building a continuous integration and delivery pipeline effectively Key Features Get up and running with the patterns of continuous integration Learn Jenkins UI for developing plugins and build an effective Jenkins pipeline Automate CI/CD with command-line tools and scripts Book Description Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery starts with the fundamentals of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) and where it fits in the DevOps ecosystem. You will explore the importance of stakeholder collaboration as part of CI/CD. As you make your way through the chapters, you will get to grips with Jenkins UI, and learn to install Jenkins on different platforms, add plugins, and write freestyle scripts. Next, you will gain hands-on experience of developing plugins with Jenkins UI, building the Jenkins 2.0 pipeline, and performing Docker integration. In the concluding chapters, you will install Travis CI and Circle CI and carry out scripting, logging, and debugging, helping you to acquire a broad knowledge of CI/CD with Travis CI and CircleCI. By the end of this book, you will have a detailed understanding of best practices for CI/CD systems and be able to implement them with confidence. What you will learn Install Jenkins on multiple operating systems Work with Jenkins freestyle scripts, pipeline syntax, and methodology Explore Travis CI build life cycle events and multiple build languages Master the Travis CI CLI (command-line interface) and automate tasks with the CLI Use CircleCI CLI jobs and work with pipelines Automate tasks using CircleCI CLI and learn to debug and troubleshoot Learn open source tooling such as Git and GitHub Install Docker and learn concepts in shell scripting Who this book is for Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery is for system administrators, DevOps engineers, and build and release engineers who want to understand the concept of CI and gain hands-on experience working with prominent tools in the CI ecosystem. Basic knowledge of software delivery is an added advantage.
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Blender 3D Incredible Machines

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Design, model, and texture complex mechanical objects in Blender About This Book: Develop realistic and awesome machines for your 3D projects and animation films; Gain the ability to look at a piece of machinery in real life and then recreate it in Blender; Develop a comprehensive skill set covering key aspects of mechanical modeling Who This Book Is For. This book is intended for consumers and hobbyists who are existing users of Blender 3D want to expand their capabilities by diving into machine modeling with Blender 3D. You are expected to have experience with basic Blender operations. What You Will Learn: Reacquaint yourself with Blender's modeling toolset; Practice fundamental skills that are applicable to a range of modeling projects; Know when and where to use various types of geometryâsomething that saves time in one instance will pose significant problems in another; Think ahead and plan your project out to significantly improve both quality and efficiency; Create models for freestyle use; Overcome challenging modeling problems; Create customized game models that can easily be exported to other formats. This is one of the most popular uses of Blender, and the results can be incorporated into game design!; Get comfortable with the start-to-finish process to create any type of hard surface model In Detail. Blender 3D is one of the top pieces of 3D animation software. Machine modeling is an essential aspect of war games, space games, racing games, and animated action films. As the Blender software grows more powerful and popular, there is a demand to take your modeling skills to the next level. This book will cover all the topics you need to create professional models and renders. This book will help you develop a comprehensive skill set that covers the key aspects of mechanical modeling. Through this book, you will create many types of projects, including a pistol, spacecraft, robot, and a racer. We start by making a Sci-fi pistol, creating its basic shape and adding details to it. Moving on, youâll discover modeling techniques for larger objects such as a space craft and take a look at how different techniques are required for freestyle modeling. After this, weâll create the basic shapes for the robot and combine the meshes to create unified objects. We'll assign materials and explore the various options for freestyle rendering. Weâll discuss techniques to build low-poly models, create a low-poly racer, and explain how they differ from the high poly models we created previously. By the end of this book, you will have mastered a workflow that you will be able to apply to your own creations. Style and approach. This is an easy-to-follow book that is based around four concrete projects. Each topic is explained sequentially in the process of creating a model, and detailed explanations of the basic and advanced features are also included.
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Blender 3D Incredible Machines

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Design, model, and texture complex mechanical objects in Blender About This Book: Develop realistic and awesome machines for your 3D projects and animation films; Gain the ability to look at a piece of machinery in real life and then recreate it in Blender; Develop a comprehensive skill set covering key aspects of mechanical modeling Who This Book Is For. This book is intended for consumers and hobbyists who are existing users of Blender 3D want to expand their capabilities by diving into machine modeling with Blender 3D. You are expected to have experience with basic Blender operations. What You Will Learn: Reacquaint yourself with Blender's modeling toolset; Practice fundamental skills that are applicable to a range of modeling projects; Know when and where to use various types of geometry—something that saves time in one instance will pose significant problems in another; Think ahead and plan your project out to significantly improve both quality and efficiency; Create models for freestyle use; Overcome challenging modeling problems; Create customized game models that can easily be exported to other formats. This is one of the most popular uses of Blender, and the results can be incorporated into game design!; Get comfortable with the start-to-finish process to create any type of hard surface model In Detail. Blender 3D is one of the top pieces of 3D animation software. Machine modeling is an essential aspect of war games, space games, racing games, and animated action films. As the Blender software grows more powerful and popular, there is a demand to take your modeling skills to the next level. This book will cover all the topics you need to create professional models and renders. This book will help you develop a comprehensive skill set that covers the key aspects of mechanical modeling. Through this book, you will create many types of projects, including a pistol, spacecraft, robot, and a racer. We start by making a Sci-fi pistol, creating its basic shape and adding details to it. Moving on, you’ll discover modeling techniques for larger objects such as a space craft and take a look at how different techniques are required for freestyle modeling. After this, we’ll create the basic shapes for the robot and combine the meshes to create unified objects. We'll assign materials and explore the various options for freestyle rendering. We’ll discuss techniques to build low-poly models, create a low-poly racer, and explain how they differ from the high poly models we created previously. By the end of this book, you will have mastered a workflow that you will be able to apply to your own creations. Style and approach. This is an easy-to-follow book that is based around four concrete projects. Each topic is explained sequentially in the process of creating a model, and detailed explanations of the basic and advanced features are also included.
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