Selenium WebDriver with Docker, Jenkins & AWS

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Selenium WebDriver with Docker, Jenkins & AWS
From beginner to expert! Learn Docker, CI/CD process with Jenkins, Parallel testing and AWS cloud etc!
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4,835 students
Created by Vinoth Selvaraj

What you'll learn
  • By the end of this course, you would be very comfortable with Docker, Docker-compose, Jenkins, Running Tests in AWS cloud
  • Building a CI + CD pipeline from scratch using Jenkins, GitHub, DockerHub, AWS
  • Running multiple test suites in parallel using docker-compose
  • Creating Selenium Grid using Docker
  • Running our automated tests inside a docker container
  • Auto-scaling in AWS based on tests demand
  • Creating disposable test automation infrastructure on-demand using Docker
  • Zalenium - Selenium Grid with Video recording and many other cool features
  • Jenkins from Installation till running our tests in AWS cloud
  • Integrating our test automation process with GitHub and DockerHub
  • We would be creating a Data-Driven - Test Automation Framework from scratch Using Java + TestNG
  • BDD is covered
Course content
13 sections • 186 lectures
1. Introduction
2. Docker Basics & Installation
3. Docker Crash Course
4. Docker Compose
5. Creating Our Automation Framework
6. Disposable Selenium Grid Infrastructure Using Docker
7. Zalenium - A Selenium Grid With Cool Features
8. Running Our Tests Inside Docker Container
9. Introducing Jenkins In Our Test Automation Process
10. Running Our Tests In AWS
11. Thank You
12. Commonly Occurring Problems & Possible Solutions
13. Docker For BDD Projects

Docker is one of the hottest technologies in the recent years. Docker helps us to automate the infrastructure. This course is about how docker can be used in Test Automation along with Selenium WebDriver.
  • To become very comfortable with docker from zero knowledge!
  • To learn CI/CD pipelines from zero knowledge!
  • To run our selenium tests inside a docker container
  • To bring up the Selenium Grid infrastructure on-demand
  • To run multiple test suites in parallel
  • To run our tests in the cloud like AWS / Azure / Google-cloud
  • To save tons of time from managing the infrastructure.

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