In this project, we will integrate Docker with Jenkins and Ansible. We will create a job and also will push and pull Docker images using the Ansible playbook. Docker is a powerful tool for managing software deployments. By using a CI/CD pipeline with Jenkins, you can easily automate the process of building, testing, and deploying your applications. (D) can help you reduce the time and effort needed to deploy your application, and (J) can automate the process of testing and building your code. By using these two tools together, you can streamline your application development and deployment process. Jenkins is a popular open-source Continuous Integration tool. It can be used to automate the build and deployment process of your applications. Combining both can provide a powerful Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery pipeline for your applications.
What will you Learn in the Project Integrate Docker with Jenkins CI/CD Pipeline?
- How to integrate Docker with jenkins?
- How to integrate Docker with Ansible?
- How to deploy applications on Docker containers using Jenkins CI/CD pipeline?
- AWS, GitHub
- Containerization Tool: Docker
- CI/CD Tool: Jenkins
- Configuration Management Tool: Ansible
As part of this project, we will be performing the following tasks
Task 1: Integrate Docker server with Jenkins server
Task-2: Integrate Docker server with Ansible server
Task 3: Create a Jenkins job to copy the application war file on an Ansible server
a) Push Docker image by Ansible playbook to DockerHub
b) Pull Docker image by Ansible playbook from DockerHub to create a container