Jenkins Certification Training Course Overview

Simplilearn’s Jenkins Certification Course in Phoenix teaches you the fundamentals of Jenkins. Through this Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix, you'll learn how to continually create and deploy codes in a DevOps environment, and how to integrate automated tests so that you can verify CI/CD build pipelines, in addition to developing code quality reporting.

Skills Covered

  • Jenkins
  • Continuous integration
  • Continuous deployment
  • TeamCity
  • Bamboo
  • Build pipelines
  • Automated testing
  • Code quality improvement
  • Distributed build architecture

Benefits

This Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix makes you qualified for more than 8,000 certified Jenkins professional positions all over the world, at a salary of about $100K a year. Companies like Adobe, Oracle, and Accenture hire Jenkins professionals. You can benefit from this with Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix.

  • Designation
  • Annual Salary
  • Hiring Companies
  • Annual Salary
    $103KMin
    $131KAverage
    $166KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Adobe hiring for DevOps Engineer professionals in Phoenix
    Oracle hiring for DevOps Engineer professionals in Phoenix
    Source: Indeed

Training Options

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  • Blended learning delivery model (self-paced e-learning and/or instructor-led options)
  • Course, category, and all-access pricing
  • Enterprise-class learning management system (LMS)
  • Enhanced reporting for individuals and teams
  • 24x7 teaching assistance and support

Jenkins Online Training Course Curriculum

Eligibility

Anyone interested in learning Jenkins will benefit from Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix. The Jenkins Certification course in Phoenix is also perfect for Software Engineers, Software Developers, Freshers, Test Engineers, Technical Leads, and System Administrators.
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Pre-requisites

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma in any discipline, as may be prevalent and accepted in their respective country of residence and/or work.
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Course Content

  • Section 01 Self - Paced Learning Curriculum

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)

      01:10:37Preview
      • 1.01 Learning Objectives
        00:57
      • 1.02 DevOps
        04:53
      • 1.03 Need of DevOps
        21:03
      • 1.04 DevOps Tool Chain
        05:47
      • 1.05 Introduction to CICD
        03:09
      • 1.06 Continuous Integration (CI)
        02:38
      • 1.07 Continuous Delivery (CD)
        01:10
      • 1.08 Need of Continuous Integration
        09:16
      • 1.09 Need of Continuous Delivery
        07:24
      • 1.10 CI/CD Tool Chain
        11:16
      • 1.11 Summary
        03:04
    • Lesson 02 - Getting Started with Jenkins

      01:14:13Preview
      • 2.01 Learning Objectives
        00:30
      • 2.02 Introduction of Jenkins
        05:30
      • 2.03 Jenkins Use Cases
        13:24
      • 2.04 Jenkins Features and Capabilities
        09:08
      • 2.05 Jenkins Architecture and Terminology
        02:36
      • 2.06 Overview of Jenkins UI- Dashboard and Menus
        03:32
      • 2.07 Summary
        02:19
      • 2.08 Demo - Jenkins Docker Installation
        05:59
      • 2.09 Demo - Jenkins Installation Linux
        07:37
      • 2.10 Demo - Jenkins Installation Windows
        09:27
      • 2.11 Demo - Complete Tour with Jenkins Dashboard
        14:11
    • Lesson 03 - Continuous Integeration with Jenkins

      02:00:46Preview
      • 3.01 Learning Objectives
        00:55
      • 3.02 Source Code Build Process
        04:21
      • 3.03 Build Automation
        10:36
      • 3.04 GIT Integration with Jenkins
        04:11
      • 3.05 Configuration GIT with Jenkins
        02:15
      • 3.06 Jenkins GitHub Plugin
        03:56
      • 3.07 Maven Introduction
        02:08
      • 3.08 Maven Setup with Jenkins
        03:38
      • 3.09 Jenkins Build Introduction
        02:01
      • 3.10 Source Control Polling In Jenkins
        05:16
      • 3.11 Freestyle Project in Jenkins
        04:38
      • 3.12 Other Build Triggers of Jenkins
        05:19
      • 3.13 Pre and Post Build Action
        02:11
      • 3.14 Running New Build Job
        02:02
      • 3.15 Parameterized Build and Distributed Build
        09:59
      • 3.16 Email Notification Using Email Plugin
        01:37
      • 3.17 Jenkins Pipeline
        03:39
      • 3.18 Jenkinsfile
        06:28
      • 3.19 Summary
        02:27
      • 3.20 Demo - Create Parameterized Jenkins Job
        09:18
      • 3.21 Demo - Create Jenkins Distributed Builds Job
        14:49
      • 3.22 Demo - Create Maven Build Job Along with Email Notification
        19:02
    • Lesson 04 - Jenkins CLI (Command Line Interface)

      32:18Preview
      • 4.01 Learning Objectives
        00:54
      • 4.02 Jenkins CLI
        04:26
      • 4.03 Execute a Shell Command in Jenkins CLI
        03:01
      • 4.04 Execute a Shell Script in Jenkins CLI
        00:49
      • 4.05 Execute a Shell Script in Jenkins CLI with Approval
        04:52
      • 4.06 Execute a Shell Script in Jenkins CLI without Approval
        01:36
      • 4.07 Summary
        02:12
      • 4.08 Demo - Execute a Shell Script from CLI
        05:45
      • 4.09 Demo - Execute a Groovy Script from CLI
        08:43
    • Lesson 05 - Deployment Overview

      01:04:01Preview
      • 5.01 Learning Objectives
        00:48
      • 5.02 Continuous Delivery vs Continuous Deployment
        11:00
      • 5.03 Deployment Overview
        10:28
      • 5.04 Deploying an Application to an Application Server
        04:18
      • 5.05 Install and Configure Tomcat
        01:34
      • 5.06 Deployment of Simple Java web application using Tomcat
        01:41
      • 5.07 Jenkins Plugin for Deployment
        06:13
      • 5.08 Enable Parallel Builds
        03:05
      • 5.09 Summary
        02:05
      • 5.10 Demo - Create Jenkins Parallel Build job
        04:16
      • 5.11 Demo - Create Jenkins Pipeline to Deploy JAVA Application on Tomcat Server
        18:33
    • Lesson 06 - Jenkins X

      33:45Preview
      • 6.01 Learning Objectives
        00:29
      • 6.02 Introduction of Jenkins X
        04:44
      • 6.03 Features of Jenkins X
        19:18
      • 6.04 Jenkins Vs Jenkins X
        02:56
      • 6.05 How Jenkins X Works
        04:13
      • 6.06 Summary
        02:05
    • Lesson 07 - Jenkins with Docker

      54:14Preview
      • 7.01 Learning Objectives
        00:56
      • 7.02 Need for Jenkins with Docker
        02:51
      • 7.03 Docker Introduction
        04:17
      • 7.04 Docker Image
        02:23
      • 7.05 Docker Containers
        01:48
      • 7.06 Docker Registry
        02:21
      • 7.07 Docker Commands
        02:42
      • 7.08 Introduction of Jenkins in Docker Image
        01:30
      • 7.09 Benefits of Jenkins with Docker
        01:57
      • 7.10 Accessing Jenkins Application using VM Public DNS
        03:03
      • 7.11 Docker Volume
        03:55
      • 7.12 Summary
        02:01
      • 7.13 Demo - Create CI CD Pipeline using Docker
        09:29
      • 7.14 Demo - Create CI CD pipeline using Jenkins
        15:01
    • Lesson 08 - Continuous Inspection with Jenkins

      33:34Preview
      • 8.01 Learning Objectives
        00:43
      • 8.02 Code Quality
        07:43
      • 8.03 How to Improve Code Quality
        03:26
      • 8.04 Code Coverage
        06:06
      • 8.05 Code Scanning Tools
        04:10
      • 8.06 SonarQube
        02:16
      • 8.07 Jenkins Support for Gradle
        03:16
      • 8.08 Jenkins Support for Ant
        02:17
      • 8.09 Jenkins Support for Shell Scripts
        01:52
      • 8.10 Summary
        01:45
    • Lesson 09 - Jenkins with Ansible

      59:55Preview
      • 9.01 Learning Objectives
        00:52
      • 9.02 Configuration Management Tool
        04:46
      • 9.03 Configuration Management Benefits
        05:34
      • 9.04 Infrastructure As Code (IaC)
        05:00
      • 9.05 Ansible Introduction
        06:23
      • 9.06 Ansible Inventory
        03:53
      • 9.07 Ansible Playbook
        08:50
      • 9.08 Ansible Roles and Architecture
        04:17
      • 9.09 Jenkins Integration with Ansible
        02:16
      • 9.10 Ansible Plugin Jenkins
        00:59
      • 9.11 Ansible vs Ansible Tower
        01:30
      • 9.12 Jenkins Job Configuration for Ansible
        03:25
      • 9.13 Summary
        02:25
      • 9.14 Demo - Create CI CD pipeline using Jenkins and Ansible
        09:45
    • Lesson 10 - Managing and Monitoring Jenkins

      01:12:50Preview
      • 10.01 Learning Objectives
        00:48
      • 10.02 Gathering System Information
        03:53
      • 10.03 Manage Jenkins Configuration
        06:21
      • 10.04 Jenkins User Management
        04:42
      • 10.05 Monitoring Jenkins
        02:16
      • 10.06 Plugins for Reporting
        02:16
      • 10.07 Plugins for Code Analysis
        02:13
      • 10.08 Monitoring Jenkins
        03:29
      • 10.09 Server Maintenance
        01:27
      • 10.10 Jenkins Backup or Restoration
        01:37
      • 10.11 Manage Plugin
        04:38
      • 10.12 Automation Testing
        06:33
      • 10.13 Reporting in Jenkins
        05:22
      • 10.14 Summary
        01:51
      • 10.15 Demo - User Management
        04:43
      • 10.16 Demo - Create Jenkins Job using Backup Plugin
        03:56
      • 10.17 Demo - Create Remote Tests using Jenkins
        04:48
      • 10.18 Demo - Managing Plugins With and Without Restart
        05:49
      • 10.19 Demo - Run Automation Tests using Jenkins
        06:08
    • Lesson 11 - Jenkins Best Practices

      52:38Preview
      • 11.01 Learning Objectives
        00:41
      • 11.02 Jenkins Best Practices
        00:50
      • 11.03 Global Security
        02:24
      • 11.04 Jenkins Authentication
        05:22
      • 11.05 Jenkins Credentials
        07:26
      • 11.06 Jenkins Access Management
        03:56
      • 11.07 Jenkins Access Roles
        06:19
      • 11.08 Jenkins Backup
        02:12
      • 11.09 Types of Jenkins Backup Plugin
        07:51
      • 11.10 Jenkins Restoration
        02:53
      • 11.11 Summary
        01:48
      • 11.12 Demo - Create Jenkins Job using Backup Plugin
        10:56
  • Section 02 Live Virtual Class Curriculum

    Preview
    • Lesson 1 - Course Introduction

      • Course Introduction
    • Lesson 2 - Introduction to CI/CD

      • Lesson Introduction
      • Traditional Software Development
      • Continuous Integration
      • Continuous Delivery
      • Continuous Deployment
      • Building the continuous deployment process
      • Automated Deployment Pipeline
      • CI/CD Tool Selection
    • Lesson 3 - Getting Started with Jenkins

      • Lesson Introduction
      • Setting Up Git
      • Assisted Practice: Git Set-up
      • Setting Up Jenkins
      • Assisted Practice: Jenkins Set-up
      • Maven Set-up
      • Assisted Practice: Maven Set-up
      • Exploring Jenkins
      • Assisted Practice: Build a Maven Project
      • Building a Maven Project with Jenkins
    • Lesson 4 - Build Jobs and Configurations

      • Lesson Introduction
      • Understanding Jenkins Build Jobs
      • Freestyle Build Jobs
      • Assisted Practice: Freestyle Job
      • Build Triggers
      • Assisted Practice: Scheduled Builds
      • Assisted Practice: Polling SCM
      • Build Steps
      • Jenkins Environment Variables
      • Post-build Actions
      • Assisted Practice: Post-build Actions
      • Using Jenkins with Other Languages
      • Assisted Practice: Building Projects with Gradle
      • Parameterized Build Jobs
      • Assisted Practice: Parameterized Builds
      • Assisted Practice: Building From Tags
      • Assisted Practice: Remote Triggering Parameterized Builds
      • Enabling Security in Jenkins
      • Assisted Practice: Enabling Security
      • Build Pipelines and Promotions
      • Triggering Parameterized Builds
    • Lesson 5 - Configuring Build Pipelines

      • Lesson Introduction
      • Introducing Pipelines
      • Understanding Pipeline Structure
      • Defining a Pipeline
      • Declarative Pipeline Syntax
      • Scripted Pipeline Syntax
      • Assisted Practice: Building Pipelines In Jenkins
      • Building a Pipeline
      • Continuous Integration Pipeline
      • Assisted Practice: Building Continuous Integration Pipelines in Jenkins File
      • Building Pipelines from Jenkinsfile
      • Assisted Practice: Building Continuous Integration Pipelines in Jenkinsfile
      • Snippet Generator
      • Unassisted Practice: Snippet Generator
      • Assisted Practice: Snippet Generator
      • Global Variable Reference
      • Declarative Directive Generator
      • Unassisted Practice: Restarting Pipelines
      • Assisted Practice: Restarting Pipelines
      • Multistage Pipeline
    • Lesson 6 - Automated Testing In Jenkins

      • Jenkins as an Automation Testing tool
      • Assisted Practice: CI with Junit in Jenkins
      • Code Coverage using Jacoco
      • Assisted Practice: Code Coverage with Jacoco
      • Assisted Practice: Testing Code Coverage
      • Code Coverage using Clover
      • Assisted Practice: Code Coverage with Clover
      • Acceptance and Performance Tests in Jenkins
      • Assisted Practice: Integrate JMeter with Jenkins
      • Testing Code Coverage
    • Lesson 7 - Code Quality Improvement Using Jenkins

      • Code Quality and Jenkins
      • Internals of Jenkins Jobs
      • Assisted Practice: Integration of Static Code Analysis Tools with Jenkins
      • Code Complexity
      • Open Tasks
      • SonarQube
      • Assisted Practice: SonarQube with Jenkins
      • Static Code Analysis
    • Lesson 8 - Automated Deployment and Continuous Delivery

      • Introduction to Automated Deployment and Continuous Delivery
      • Building the Continuous Delivery Process
      • Implementing Automated and Continuous Deployment
      • Assisted Practice: Tomcat and Jenkins
      • Deploying Maven App To Tomcat Server
    • Lesson 9 - Distributed System In Jenkins

      • Introduction to Distributed Architecture
      • Assisted Practice: Create Multiple Slave Nodes
      • Deep Diving Jenkins Master/Slave Architecture
      • Assisted Practice: Assigning Jobs To Specific Slave Nodes
      • Distributed Builds

Jenkins Exam & Certification

CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins Certification Course in Phoenix
  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

    To earn your certificate through Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix, you must:

    • Complete 85 percent of the online training course or attend one complete batch of this training
    • Pass the assessment test at the end of the Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix with a minimum score of 80 percent

  • What are the system requirements to take up this Jenkins Certification course in Phoenix online?

    To take up the Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix, you must have a computer equipped with:

    • A Chrome or Chromium browser
    • Reliable internet access
    • A webcam
    • A microphone, speakers, and headset

  • What is the duration of this Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix?

    Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix includes 20 hours of applied learning that you can accomplish at your own pace. It shouldn't take more than three months for you to complete the Jenkins Certification course in Phoenix provided you apply a consistent effort to the project.

  • What are the advantages of learning Jenkins?

    Our Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix gives you a solid foundation with this well-known DevOps tool, constantly maintained by a huge, diverse developer community. Jenkins provides an assortment of useful plugins like GitHub, Slack, and Build Pipeline, and it's also a very popular tool that's widely used by DevOps teams for implementing CI/CD. Professionals desiring a career in DevOps engineering, or as a build-and-release engineer, would do well to take the Jenkins Certification course in Phoenix.

  • What is the latest version of Jenkins and what version is taught in Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix?

    The Jenkins Certification course in Phoenix teaches the latest stable version of Jenkins, version 2.263.4.

  • How long is the Jenkins Certification valid?

    Jenkins certification earned via Simplilearn’s Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix does not expire.

  • What are the learning outcomes of Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix from Simplilearn?

    Thanks to Simplilearn's expertly designed and thorough Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix, you will learn everything you need to know about using the Jenkins tool to continually introduce and deploy essential code in every DevOps environment. The Jenkins Certification Training in Phoenix teaches you what you need to know regarding server automation, integrating automated tests, and building CI/CD pipelines.

  • What is the duration of the Jenkins Exam?

    The Certified Jenkins Engineer (CJE) exam, sponsored by CloudBees, takes 90-minutes.

  • What is the format of the Jenkins exam?

    The Certified Jenkins Engineer certification assessment is made up of 60 multiple-choice questions.

  • What topics are covered in the Jenkins Certification exam?

    The CJE exam will test your knowledge in four distinct Jenkins-related areas: best practices for CD-as-code, Jenkins usage, key CI/CD and Jenkins concepts, and the development of continuous delivery (CD) pipelines.

Jenkins Online Course Reviews

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    Sanjay Srivatsa

    Bangalore

    Simplilearn courses are in-depth and cover every aspect of the subject matter. The content of the course was excellent, and the delivery of the training in the virtual classrooms was excellent. The self-learning videos are so in-depth.

  • Minal Deshmukh

    Minal Deshmukh

    Software Specialist, Bangalore

    The training was conducted very well. The course content is very informative and the trainer gives sufficient time to explore on the lab, which is really helpful. The trainer explained the concepts with clarity & provided in-depth details.

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Why Online Bootcamp

  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

Jenkins Certification Course FAQs

  • What is the salary of a development operations engineer with Jenkins skills in Phoenix?

    A development operations engineer with Jenkins skills can earn an average amount of $76,067 in a year. This varies based on the qualifications and work quality of an individual. It is necessary to have an excellent educational background and stay updated with current trends in the field. So, with Jenkins certification in Phoenix, you will be able to procure a higher salary package.

  • What are the major companies hiring a development operations engineer with Jenkins skills in Phoenix?

    The important companies that hire a development operations engineer with Jenkins skills are Deloitte, Accenture, U-Haul, Amex, Honeywell, VMWare, Consumer Cellular, and Kinect. There is a high demand for individuals who are skilled in Jenkins. Therefore, a Jenkins certification in Phoenix will improve your candidature and help you in the recruiting process.

  • What are the major industries in Phoenix?

    During its early stages, the economy of the Phoenix city was majorly dependent on 5Cs - Copper, cattle, climate, cotton, and citrus. It has now delved into new dimensions by exploring industries in service and technology. Based on revenue generation in Phoenix, the top industries are real estate, financial services, manufacturing, health care, retail, wholesale, professional services, construction, waste management, and tourism. Upon completing a Jenkins certification in Phoenix, any individual can get a job in these industries.

  • How to become a development operations engineer with Jenkins skills in Phoenix?

    As a development operations engineer, you are required to code and execute programs to coordinate the software development cycle. Along with Jenkins certification in Phoenix, experience in the technical field, ability to solve any problems related to the field, you could become a professional DevOps engineer.

    Here is how you can become a development operations engineer with Jenkins skills in Phoenix,

    • Get certified with Jenkins software and tools.
    • Take up courses related to Jenkins certification in Phoenix to learn the intricacies involved in the field.
    • Learn to work in pipelines.
    • Develop interpersonal skills like communication and problem-solving techniques.
    • Focus on developing programs to improve the life of the software.
    • A bachelor’s degree in any stream related to the field is the minimum qualification for this job.

  • What is Jenkins and why it is used?

    Jenkins is an open-source automation server that allows developers to build, test, and deploy their software. It is popular for the management of source code and delivering code to production. With Jenkins, organizations can manage and control the software delivery processes throughout the entire lifecycle, including build, document, test, package, stage, deployment, static code analysis, and much more.

  • What are the benefits of learning Jenkins?

    Jenkins is a popular free-source tool used for performing continuous integration of software projects 

    • It can handle any build or continuous integration 
    • It is built with Java and is therefore portable to all major platforms 
    • You can integrate Jenkins with several testing and deployment technologies 
    • Jenkins overcomes the traditional SDLC shortcomings

  • How do I enroll in this CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins online training?

    You can enroll to the Jenkins Course at our website and make an online payment using any of the following options:
     
    ·     Visa credit or debit card
    ·     MasterCard
    ·     American Express
    ·     Diner’s Club
    ·     PayPal

    Once payment is received, you will automatically receive a payment receipt and access information via email.

  • Is this live Jenkins training or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    All of the classes as a part of this Jenkins Course are conducted live online. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each Jenkins Training session you attend for your future reference.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment to this Jenkins Training? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment to this Jenkins certification training if necessary. We will refund the Jenkins course price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, you can view our refund policy.

  • What is covered under the 24/7 Support promise?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We also have a dedicated team that provides on-demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of the Jenkins course with us.

  • What are the other DevOps courses offered by Simplilearn?

  • What are the objectives of this Jenkins certification training?

    This Jenkins training program is designed to help learners gain foundational knowledge of Jenkins through high-quality course materials, projects, and assessments. It covers many important skills like automated testing, improving the code quality, and distributed build architecture.

  • What are the prerequisites to take up this Jenkins course?

    Anyone who is interested in learning Jenkins can take up this Jenkins course — no prior knowledge is required.

  • Who is eligible to take up learning this Jenkins certification?

    Software developers, DevOps engineers, site reliability engineers, as well as freshers are eligible to take this Jenkins training course.

  • What are the job roles available on completion of this Jenkins certification?

    When you complete this Jenkins certification course, you can apply for job roles like software developer, build manager, and DevOps engineer.

  • What are the hiring companies for Jenkins certified professionals?

    Oracle, Accenture, Adobe, TCS, and SAP Labs are the top companies that hire Jenkins-certified professionals. 

  • What is the salary expectancy on completion of this Jenkins course?

    According to Payscale, build and release engineers who have proficiency in Jenkins earn an average base pay of Rs. 786K in India. By taking this Jenkins course, there is no reason why you can’t command even higher paychecks.

  • What companies make use of this Jenkins tool?

    Facebook, Netflix, Lyft, Udemy, and LinkedIn are the top companies leveraging the Jenkins platform for their technology stacks.

  • What are the benefits of acquiring the Jenkins certification from Simplilearn?

    Simplilearn certifications are recognized across industries. Achieving a Jenkins certification will demonstrate to hiring managers that you are serious about your DevOps career and know all the important concepts and tools thoroughly. 

CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins Certification Course in Phoenix

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Operational cost in Phoenix is also significantly lower when compared to neighboring cities. So, many companies focus on growth from their bottom line in this city. The GDP of Phoenix is $237.47 billion, and its GDP per capita is $44,534. On average, the highest temperatures fall in July at around 94.8 °F. In Phoenix, December is the coldest month, with temperatures around 11.1 °C.

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