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Create Your First CI/CD Pipeline on Kubernetes With Jenkins

Published on August 19, 2020 · Updated on September 17, 2020
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By Peeyush Gupta

Sr. Developer Advocate

Create Your First CI/CD Pipeline on Kubernetes With Jenkins


About the Talk

Setting up a Kubernetes cluster is easy, but what do you do after that? Setting up a CI/CD pipeline is one of the core concepts of DevOps. This talk helps you set up that first pipeline via Jenkins on top of a Kubernetes cluster.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why CI/CD pipelines are important
  • How to use Jenkins Pipeline with Kubernetes

This Talk is Designed For

Developers and system administrators that are new to Kubernetes.


Basic knowledge of Jenkins and Kubernetes.


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About the Presenter

Peeyush Gupta is currently a Senior Developer Advocate at DigitalOcean. He loves developing cloud platforms, helping developers migrate legacy applications to the cloud, and serving communities through speaking at meetups and contributing to the Kubernetes Contributor Experience Group.

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