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Transforming Test-Driven Workflows Into CI/CD Pipelines With Jenkins

Ver el webinar del 29 de Abril de 2021
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Customers today expect highly reliable and up-to-date applications. As a developer, you need to accelerate the application delivery process while maximizing the code quality to stay a step ahead of your competitors.

Additionally, software and systems development are evolving from the traditional monolithic operated projects to more modern, distributed, and high-frequency deployment applications. These new architectures not only require a degree of automation and testing practices, which traditional software development approaches do not meet, but they also need to have their codebase always ready for deployment to a production environment.

Therefore, as modern software development moves toward cloud-native development, it’s increasingly important to automate the development workflows. By using Jenkins and Red Hat® OpenShift®, you can build CI/CD pipelines to automate your development process and improve time-to-market of your application. In this webinar, we’ll be transforming a test-driven workflow into a CI/CD pipeline by using Jenkins.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • The importance of testing in your software development workflows
  • The role of pipelines in the DevOps minds
  • How to create a declarative CI/CD pipeline with Jenkins
  • How to raise alerts for events that might negatively affect your development workflow

Live event date: Thursday, April 29, 2021 | 10 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Pablo Solar Vilariño

Services Content Architect, Global Learning Services, Red Hat

Pablo is a Services Content Architect for the Red Hat Curriculum team. He creates courses focused on application development with Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Runtimes, and DevOps technologies. Pablo is a developer with more than 10 years of experience in multiple languages and architectures. Prior to joining Red Hat, he mainly focused on distributed architectures and wrote the book PHP Microservices.