DevOps Training

Learn CI / CD, DevOps Tools likes Puppets, Chef, Jenkins, Nagios, GIT

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$500

Overview

DevOps Training has been designed to understand the significance of DevOps. This training would enable us to grasp the concepts of how DevOps transformation can help focus on value and streamline delivery and also learn about the common infrastructure servers, scalability, and availability, which will be another feature of this training program. The Online DevOps Training also covers the application of Bash/Python basics and provides an understanding of the performance and security for infrastructure. The student will also learn DevOps tools like Puppets, Jenkins, Nagios, GIT, etc. during this program.

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What You'll learn

  • Understanding the concept of DevOps and the need for DevOps
  • Understanding cloud computing and virtualization
  • Learning and Manager Version control with GIT
  • Creating and configuring lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments with Vagrant
  • Performing Configuration management using Puppet
  • Implementing continuous integration(CI) with Jenkins
  • Implementing infrastructure monitoring with Nagios
  • Understanding containers using Docker
  • Performing Configuration management using Chef
  • Getting hands-on practice on all the major components covered in this course

Curriculum

  • Define DevOps
  • What is DevOps?
  • SDLC models, Lean, ITIL, Agile
  • Why DevOps?
  • History of DevOps
  • DevOps Stakeholders
  • DevOps Goals
  • Important terminology
  • DevOps perspective
  • DevOps and Agile
  • DevOps Tools
  • Configuration management
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment
  • What is Cloud Computing?
  • How Cloud Computing is helpful
  • Cloud’s role in DevOps orchestration
  • What is AWS?
  • Use cases in AWS
  • Companies using AWS and Market tends
  • Different Services offered in AWS
  • Use case: Highly available fault tolerant systems
  • Understanding availability zone
  • region
  • Creating your own account in AWS
  • Creating a VPC
  • subnet
  • network gets way
  • Running your own EC2 instance
  • Connecting in EC2 and installing https in Ec2
  • S3
  • Over viewS3
  • Cloud watch
  • What is Virtualization?
  • History of Virtualization
  • What is Hypervisor?
  • Types of Server Virtualization
  • Benefits of Virtualization
  • Important Virtualization products
  • Introduction
  • Why and what is Vagrant?
  • Uses of Vagrant in an environment
  • Alternatives of Vagrant
  • Vagrant versions
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Installing Virtual box
  • How to install Vagrant on Windows
  • Configuring Vagrant
  • Provisioning with Vagrant
  • Creating first VM with Vagrant
  • Operations on the VM
  • Connecting to the VM
  • Add required Images to Vagrant
  • Using Vagrant
  • Introduction
  • Version control systems
  • Local, Centralized and distributed
  • Installing Git
  • Installing on Linux
  • Installing on Windows
  • Initial setup
  • Git Essentials
  • Creating repository
  • Cloning, check-in and committing
  • Fetch pull and remote
  • Branching
  • Overview of Chef
  • Common Chef Terminology (Server, Workstation, Client, Repository etc.)
  • Servers and Nodes
  • Chef Configuration Concepts
  • Workstation Setup
  • How to configure Knife
  • Execute some commands to test the connection between Knife and workstation
  • Organization Setup
  • Create organization
  • Add yourself and node to organization
  • Test Node Setup
  • Create a server and add to organization
  • Check node details using Knife
  • Node Objects and Search
  • How to Add Run list to Node
  • Check node Details
  • Environments
  • How to create Environments
  • Add servers to environments
  • Roles
  • Create Roles
  • Add Roles to organization
  • Data bags in Chef
  • Search criterion in Chef
  • Real-time cookbooks
  • What is Puppet?
    • How Puppet works
    • Puppet Architecture
    • Master and Agents
    • Configuration Language
    • Resource Abstraction Layer
    • Transactional Layer
  • Installation and Configuration
    • Installing Puppet
    • Configuring Puppet Master and Agent
    • Connecting Agents
  • Puppet Master
    • Puppet configuration tree
    • Puppet configuration files
  • Modules
  • Playbooks
  • Global Configuration
  • Roles
  • Tags
  • How to write playbooks
  • PYYAML overview
  • How to write playbooks
  • Ansible modules
  • Ansible Roles
  • Ansible Galaxy
  • How to download playbooks from Galaxy
  • Real-time playbooks
  • Introduction and Installation
    • Obtaining Nagios
    • Compiling and installing Nagios
  • Basic configuration
    • Creating a new host and service
    • Creating a new e-mail contact
    • Verifying configuration
    • Creating a host group and service group
    • Creating a new contact group
    • Creating a new time period
  • Plugins and commands
    • Finding and installation of a Plugin
    • Removing a plugin
    • Creating a new command
    • Customizing commands
  • Using Nagios GUI
    • Scheduling downtimes
    • Generating reports
    • Configuring notification
    • Configuring checks
    • Managing Flapping
  • NRPE Monitoring
    • Enabling Remote Execution
    • Monitoring local services on a remote machine with NRPE
    • Setting the listening address for NRPE
    • Setting allowed client hosts for NRPE
    • Creating new NRPE command definitions securely
    • Creating a custom NRPE script
  • Understanding continuous integration
  • Introduction about Jenkins
  • Build Cycle
  • Jenkins Architecture
  • Installation
  • Obtaining and installing Jenkins
  • Installing and configuring GIT
  • Java installation and configuration
  • Maven Installation
  • Exploring Jenkins Dashboard
  • Creating Jobs
  • Running the Jobs
  • Adding and updating Plugins
  • Disabling and deleting jobs
  • Build Deployments
  • Understanding Deployment
  • Tomcat installation and configuration
  • Deployment Plugins
  • Deploying a war file from Jenkins to Tomcat
  • Securing Jenkins
  • How to integrate Jenkins with Ant
  • How to integrate Jenkins with Maven
  • Authentication
  • Jenkins Plugin
  • Authorization
  • Confidentiality
  • Creating users
  • Best Practices for Jenkins
  • Jenkins Parameterized build
  • Environment inject plugin
  • Use of Jenkins environment variables
  • Deploying a specific revision
  • Customizing the Jenkins UI
  • Project-based Matrix plugin
  • Parallel Execution
  • Configuring Jenkins Hub and Node in the cloud (AWS)
  • Configuring a Selenium Desktop node with a Linux Server (AWS)
  • Case Study
  • Real-time implementation of Automated role back
  • Multi-branch Deployment
  • Introduction
  • What is a Docker?
  • Use case of Docker
  • Platforms for Docker
  • Dockers vs. Virtualization
  • Architecture
  • Docker Architecture
  • Important Docker components
  • Understanding the Docker components
  • Installation
  • Installing Docker on Linux
  • Understanding Installation of Docker on Windows
  • Some Docker commands
  • Provisioning
  • Docker Hub
  • Downloading Docker images
  • Running Docker images
  • Running commands in container
  • Running multiple containers
  • Custom images
  • Creating a custom image
  • Running a container from the custom image
  • Publishing the custom image
  • Docker Networking
  • Accessing containers
  • Linking containers
  • Exposing container ports
  • Container Routing

Prerequisites

This training program is for someone who aspires to make a career as a DevOps Engineer or a Service Engineer in the Enterprise Infrastructure arena. With the basic understanding of Linux and Networking, anyone can go for this course. This training program is best suited for professionals like Project Managers, Testing Professionals, Software Developers, and Architects.

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Course features

Course Duration
Course Duration

36 hours of live, online, instructor-led training

24x7 Support
24x7 Support

Technical & query support round the clock

Lifetime LMS Access
Lifetime LMS Access

Access all the materials on LMS anytime, anywhere

Price Match Gurantee
Price match Gurantee

Guranteed best price aligning with quality of deliverables

FAQs

Our Instructors are subject matter experts who have great industry experience and have worked extensively in their respective fields. Also, the instructors are certified to provide training on various subjects.

To attend the live virtual training, at least 2 Mbps of internet speed would be required.

Candidates need not worry about losing any training session. They will be able to view the available recorded sessions on the LMS. We also have a technical support team to assist candidates in case they have any query.

Lifetime access to the Learning Management System (LMS) will be provided, which includes Class Recordings, Presentations, Sample Code, and Projects.

Yes, the course completion certificate is provided once you successfully complete the training program. You will be evaluated on parameters such as attendance in sessions, an objective examination, and other factors. Based on your overall performance, you will be certified by Cognixia.