DevOps

DevOps

This course aims to educate participants on one the current new trends in the IT industry i.e DevOps. Course starts by focusing on what DevOps is not and then de-mystifying what DevOps means, its core principles and practices.
Course also focuses on various engineering practices that make DevOps possible and then provides hands on introduction to the most important engineering processes that any participates should know about and should be involved with.

 

1.DevOps – Context
2.What DevOps is not
3.Core principles, practices of DevOps
4.Concept of Build and Release
5.How to use Maven as a build tool
6.Repository Management systems and where they fit into DevOps
7.Measure code quality using Sonar
8.Continuous Integration using Jenkins
9.Continuous Delivery v/s Continuous Deployment
10.Continuous Delivery Pipeline
2 Days Instructor Led Training Session (ILT)
1. Should have experience in building JEE based web applications 2. Knowledge of Configuration Management is good to have 3. Should have an open mind and be willing to learn new approach and / or tools

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Running Maven project within Eclipse on Tomcat

Running Maven project within Eclipse on Tomcat

Here is the simplest way of running a web application that uses Maven as the build tool, from within Eclipse.

This tutorial is based on the following software’s :

1. Java 1.6
2. Eclipse Juno (4.2) JEE Version
3. Maven 2 Eclipse Plugin ( Read this blog to know how to configure M2E Plugin )
4. Maven 3.0.3
5. Simple Hello World web application that uses Struts 2. You can download a simple Hello World app build using Maven from GitHub: Struts Hello World App

Assuming that Eclipse is pointed to a new work space and you have installed and configured M2E plugin correctly, here is what you need to do to import the Maven project and then run it on Tomcat:

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Eclipse and M2E Plugin

Eclipse and M2E Plugin

If you are a Java developer and use the Eclipse JEE version as your primary IDE and your project is using Maven, you would have to install the Maven 2 Eclipse (M2E) plugin into Eclipse in order to integrate Eclipse with the Maven install on your machine.

This post will show you to install and configure the M2E plugin.

M2E can be installed via the Help -> Install New Software within Eclipse.

The update site url for the M2E plugin : http://download.eclipse.org/technology/m2e/releases

Once you have installed the M2E plugin and restarted Eclipse, ensure you configure the following, for Eclipse to be integrated with Maven correctly:

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