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Linux Foundation Launches LFS267 – Jenkins Essentials Course


The Linux Foundation has launched a new training course, LFS267 – Jenkins Essentials. The course is designed for DevOps engineers, Quality Assurance personnel, SREs as well as software developers and architects who want to gain expertise with Jenkins CI/CD.

In this course, students will learn how to set up Jenkins in a Kubernetes cluster, automate Jenkins installation using IaC concepts, set up a highly available Jenkins server, scale Jenkins infrastructure by leveraging static and dynamic build agents, and automate various routine Jenkins tasks using CLI and RestAPI.

They will also learn about securing Jenkins jobs by implementing fine-grained security controls, setting up effective CI/CD feedback loops, and automating pull request workflow using GitOps principles.

These skills will help students prepare for SRE, DevOps, and release engineer roles.

The course, developed in conjunction with the Continuous Delivery Foundation, is available to begin immediately.

The $299 course fee provides unlimited access to the course for one year to all content and labs.