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CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins Certification Training Course

Jenkins Certification Training Course Overview

You will learn the fundamentals of Jenkins in the CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins Certification Online Training Course, as well as how to consistently implement and deploy scripts in a DevOps context. Additionally, you will discover how to set up reporting for code quality and integrate automated tests to validate build pipelines.

Jenkins Certification Key Features

  • 8X higher interaction in live online classes conducted by industry experts
  • 1 course-end assessment
  • 7 lesson-end projects
  • 30+ assisted and unassisted practices and demos
  • Lesson-end knowledge checks
  • Industry-recognized course completion certificate


Professionals with a thorough understanding of continuous integration and continuous deployment with Jenkins can choose from more than 8000 open positions worldwide. An experienced Jenkins professional makes an average of $100,000 per year. Among the top employers are Adobe, Oracle, and Accenture.

Jenkins Online Training Course Curriculum


Anyone who wants to learn Jenkins can benefit from our Jenkins certification program. Candidates for this Jenkins course include freshmen, software developers, engineers, technical leads, system administrators, and test engineers.


The prerequisite for learners is either a high school diploma or an undergraduate degree.

Jenkins Exam & Certification

What do I need to unlock my certificate?

You must meet the following requirements to get certified for the CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins training course:

  • Complete 85 percent of the online self-learning course or attend one complete batch of this training
  • Pass the course-end assessment test with a minimum score of 80 percent

What is the advantage of learning Jenkins?

Jenkins is a well-liked DevOps technology that is maintained by a sizable developer community. It has numerous plugins, including those for Build Pipeline, GitHub, and Slack. For DevOps teams, the tool is frequently used to implement CI/CD. Jenkins should be learned by professionals who want to work as DevOps engineers or build and release engineers.

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