DevOps Online Training2020-01-25T14:55:28+05:30

DevOps Online Training

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What is DevOps?

DevOps development practice is the synchronization of Development and System Operations to efficiently develop and deploy software through seamless communication, integration, collaboration, and automation. Automation and Monitoring are the two main criteria of DevOps. it improves business efficiencies by reducing time taken to make system level changes and setting these changes into production that is of high quality.

What is the Importance of DevOps?

Large organizations like Facebook are transitioning to DevOps

methodologies to develop synergies by integrating the development and operations teams. Top organizations are leveraging it to optimize their security and performance outputs through better dynamics. between developer and operations teams. There is growing demand for specialists and they are one of the highest paid in the IT industry. Aws certified DevOps engineer salary currently is even as high as $110K

This DevOps Online Training will prepare you for the best career path by giving you the necessary skill set to successfully build, monitor, run, measure and optimize the pipelines for IT enterprises. The DevOPs skill set will make you ideally suited for roles in top organizations.

About BigClasses DevOps Online Training

This course will give you real world project based training on DevOps tools to fully certify you as a DevOps professional. It includes the best principles of AWS Devops course  which is the current industry gold standard.

It spans 45 hours of live interactive sessions. Our practical courses help you to master various Operations and Development within an organization to make the lifecycle of an application faster and more predictable for both Developers and Operations team. It is focused on developing job ready DevOps practitioners.
During this DevOps online training, you will learn the full gamut of best practices from development, testing, and configuration management to continuous deployment, and monitoring throughout the development life cycle of the software. If you are wondering how to learn DevOps, this course will have ample focus on tools based on the Devops course best practices.

Our course modules will train you in communicating, collaborating and automating key processes and systems in a development cycle to develop faster and robust software solutions. By the end of this course, you will gain proficiency in using tools like Jenkins, Dockers, Puppet, Ansible and more.

Resources and Support

Enrolled candidates will have free access to this  course content, Email and forum support for 365 days. We also offer you flexible schedules to learn at your convenience.

Requirements for the DevOps Training

While there is no strict skill requirement for taking DevOps Certification Training, Freshers, professionals with IT experience or basic networking and Linux skills would benefit better from the course.

System Requirements

The DevOps software and system requirements include Windows / Mac / Linux, a minimum 4GB RAM, 20 GB HDD Storage and a processor, i3 or above.

Who Can Learn

  • With the exponential growth in roles that require DevOps skills, the course is ideal for Software Testers, IT Developers, Release Engineers, Solutions Architects and Cloud Professionals.

Objectives of DevOps Online Training

    • DevOps Environment
    • Why DevOps?
    • What is DevOps?
    • DevOps Ecosystem
    • DevOps Market Trends
    • DevOps Delivery Pipeline
    • GIT: Version Control System
    • MAVEN – Build Tool
    • ANSIBLE – Configuration Management
    • DOCKER
    • JENKINS – Continuous Integration
    • Nagios: Monitoring

DevOps Course Curriculum

Duration: 40 Hours

  • What is DevOps
  • Why DevOps?
  • History of DevOps
  • SDLC models: Waterfall, Lean, Agile
  • DevOps Goals
  • DevOps perspective
  • Relationship between DevOps and Agile
  • Configuration Management
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment

  • History and evolution of cloud
  • Cloud computing concepts
  • Grid Computing vs. Cloud Computing
  • Characteristics and Benefits of Cloud
  • Cloud service models (NIST)
  • IaaS, PaaS and SaaS
  • Cloud service model implementations
  • Virtualization
  • Virtual bootable OS Images
  • Cloud Storage-
  • Introduction to AWS and AZURE

  • What is Application Architecture
  • How Internet works
  • A Sample Project Explanation
  • Monolithic Architecture
  • 3 Tier Architecture
  • SOA Architecture
  • Microservices based Container Architecture

  • How to setup Amazon account
  • How to create a user in AWS
  • AWS Market Place
  • Amazon EC2, S3.
  • Managing Login
  • Amazon S3 storage
  • Elastic IP’s

  • Introduction to Linux Administration
  • How to create users and groups
  • How to manage the system services using the systemctl
  • What are system logs and how to use them
  • How to configure the hostname, time and date, locale and keyboard settings
  • How to check the network interfaces and update IP address details
  • DNS Configuration and other system tasks
  • YUM and RPM Package Installers for RHEL

1. Introduction

  • Version control systems
  • Local, Centralized and distributed

2. Installing Git

  • Installing on Linux
  • Installing on Windows
  • Initial setup

3. Git Essentials

  • Creating repository
  • Cloning, check-in and committing
  • Fetch pull and remote
  • Branching

  • Introduction to Maven
  • Maven Lifecycle
  • Maven Phases and Goals
  • Maven Directory structure
  • Maven Repositories
  • Maven Installation
  • Creation of Maven structure
  • Running Maven commands { site, clean, test, package, install, deploy, compile}

1. Introduction to Ansible

  • Ansible Sessions Environment Setup
  • Validating Ansible Installation
  • Ansible Requirements – Python, PIP, and Virtual Environments
  • Ansible on Linux

2. Ansible Configuration

  • Understanding & Customizing Ansible’s Configuration file
  • Ansible inventory
  • Verify Ansible inventory
  • Ansible commands
  • Ansible ad-hoc commands

3. Ansible Playbooks

  • Introduction to YAML
  • Ansible playbook sections
  • Ansible Variables
  • Ansible loops
  • Ansible Facts
  • Ansible conditionals
  • Debug Ansible playbooks
  • Registered variables and conditional execution
  • Looping
  • Asynchronous and Parallel
  • Ansible playbook for installing Apache webserver

4. Introduction to Ansible roles

  • Why do you need roles?
  • Code Organization Strategies
  • Anatomy of a Role
  • Understand the Ansible roles directory structure
  • Creating a role for Apache
  • Writing and applying playbook for app servers
  • Copying config file, notifications and handlers

4. Ansible Galaxy 

  • What is Ansible Galaxy
  • How to Download Ansible Roles from Galaxy

1. Introduction

  • What is a Docker
  • Use case of Docker
  • Platforms for Docker
  • Dockers vs Virtualization

2. Architecture

  • Docker Architecture.
  • Important Docker components
  • Understanding the Docker components

3. Installation

  • Installing Docker on Linux.
  • Understanding Installation of Docker on Windows.
  • Basic Docker commands.

4. Provisioning

  • Docker Hub.
  • Downloading Docker images.
  • Running Docker images & Docker containers
  • Running docker applications in container.

5. Dockerfile

  • How to create a docker image
  • Instructions of Dockerfile
  • Creation of multiple docker images from scratch using Dockerfile

6. Docker Swarm

  • What is Docker swarm
  • What is Docker High Availability
  • Deploy an application in high availability mode across multiple services

1. Introduction to Kubernetes:

  • What is Kubernetes & Why it’s so popular
  • Difference between Docker & Kubernetes
  • Advantages of Kubernetes
  • Components of Kubernetes
  • Explanation of END to END Kubernetes LifeCycle
  • Kubernetes Deployment Types

2. Components of Kubernetes Master

  • Kubernetes Master
  • kube-apiserver
  • etcd key-value store
  • kube-scheduler
  • kube-controller-manager

3. Components of Kubernetes Node

  • Docker
  • kubelet
  • kube-proxy
  • kubectl

4. Installation & Cluster Creation

  • Create 3 RHEL VM’s
  • Create a three-node Kubernetes cluster using Master and 2 Nodes
  • Install Kubectl, a command line tool to manage clusters
  • Start a three-node cluster
  • Get cluster details
  • List all nodes associated with the cluster

5. Working with Kubernetes Configuration Objects 

  • Pod
  • Pod Requests and Limits
  • Pod Readiness and Liveness
  • ReplicaSet
  • Creation of Deployment (Deploying Highly available Application with Best Practices)
  • Job
  • CronJob
  • DeamonSet
  • ClusterIP Service
  • NodePort Service
  • Ingress Load balancer
  • Deploy a containerized app image in the Kubernetes cluster

1. Introduction

  • Understanding continuous integration
  • Introduction about Jenkins
  • Build Cycle
  • Jenkins Architecture

2. Installation 

  • Obtaining and installing Jenkins Server
  • Installing and configuring GIT
  • Java installation and configuration
  • Maven Installation & configuration
  • Exploring Jenkins Dashboard.

3. Jobs 

  • Creating Simple Jobs
  • Running the Jobs
  • Understanding the JOBS and WORKSPACE Directory
  • Understanding what is BUILD

4. Build Deployments 

  • Understanding Deployment.
  • Tomcat installation and configuration
  • Deployment Plugins

5. Jenkins LifeCycle:

  • Creation of Complete application lifecycle from the Git -> Maven -> Junit -> Tomcat -> Documentation creation in a single Job

6. Securing Jenkins 

  • Authentication & Authorization
  • Matrix based Authentication
  • Creating users
  • Plugin Management

7. Jenkins Build Pipeline

  • What is Jenkins build Pipeline
  • Creation of Jenkins Pipeline using the Pipeline Plugin
  • Creation of Jenkins Pipeline using the upstream and downstream projects
  • Coding the Jenkins Pipeline with GitHub, Maven, Ansible, Tomcat, Docker integrated

1. Introduction and Installation 

  • Obtaining Nagios
  • Compiling and installing Nagios

2. Basic configuration

  • Configuring a linux server to monitor the complete statistics
  • How can Nagios be extended in the Infrastructure

Real time scenario of END to END Lifecycle of DevOps will be performed practically.

  • Will provide guidance on how to tackle the DevOps interview.
  • Provide Interview Questions for the technologies covered

Trainer Information

  • Trainer Information Trainer has extensive work experience on the Migration Cloud from Scratch and trained cloud professionals on the same.
  • Gave so many trainings on Git, JIRA, and Jenkins for continuous integration and the Puppet, Nexus and Liquibase tools for continuous deployment.
  • He has provided continuous integration/continuous deployment chains and also trained students on ELK (Elastic search-logstash-Kibana) to monitor applications and test them.
  • He passed AWS certification Solutions Architect and is also ITIL Certified.
  • In his trainings he prepares the candidates to be market ready.

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