Take your DevOps skills to the next level with AWS DevOps Engineer, Chef, Docker, Git and Github

What you will learn

Learn AWS Cloud infrastructure tool, hugely popular DevOps Engineer, the basics of DevOps Skill.

Learn Chef DevOps tool that is gaining a lot of attention lately

Learn Docker and Deploy application anywhere anytime without VM or Cloud.

Learn Git hub, VN Life Cycle, Working of Git, Git Installation, Creating an Online Repository, Git Operations Hooks, GitHub Operations, Git Life Cycle

Description

Learn DevOps, configuration management tool Chef, Docker and its application in the world of Virtualization, analyzing machine-generated data using DevOps, understand Version Control Tools and Git operations. This training program aims to train folks on all the Development operations which will help to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality. This training will be helpful for the trainees to develop with recent changes in software development. After the end of this course, trainees will be able to increase the velocity of predictability, efficiency, security, maintainability, and delivery of software.

The primary objective of this training program is to help people who are eager to learn DevOps from scratch. This training program will cover all the concepts of DevOps like AWS Certified DevOps, Engineer Docker Training, Chef DevOps Essentials, Version Control System – GIT Training, and Git and Github for Developers in detail which be helpful for the trainee to apply in the real life.

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer will be the first module of the training program where your technical understanding and skills in the AWS domain are verified which is highly desired by recruiters. It will be almost a four hours long video tutorial that will give you a brief introduction about the training modules and the carried on by the brief of AWS Certified DevOps.

Chef DevOps Essentials will be next to where you will learn how to transform infrastructure into codes. The chef makes routine how infrastructure is configured, deployed, and managed across your network, no matter its size. It helps you to manage your clients and have communication open.

Docker Training is where you will learn about various software platforms which are used to create, arrange, and manage virtualized application containers on a common operating system (OS), with an ecosystem of related tools. It will increase efficiency . and the flexibility of application operations.

Version Control System – GIT Training will be there in the next module where you will learn about various monikers as source control or tool used to store and track changes in projects over time. It will help track project changes that were made, what the changes were, and who made them. Git and Github for Developers will be the last module of the training program where you will learn about these tools which helps you to manage servers and deploy happier and more often with more confidence.

After completing these units, you will be able to work effectively with all the concepts that are concerned with DevOps and this training will help you to become an expert in the principles of continuous development and operations, automation of configuration management, inter-team collaboration, and IT service agility, using DevOps tools like Git, Docker, Jenkins, Cucumber, Ansible, TeamCity, and Nagios.

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Content

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer

Prerequisties for the Exam

AWS Certified Devops Engineer

AWS Cloud Formation Documentation

Understanding Devops Mindsets

Devops Principles

CI and CD Principles

Version Control and Version control Tools

Working With AWS Power Shell

Understanding Application Life Cycle Management

AWS Code Depoly and Code Pipeline Creating

Environment Configuration in AWS

Environment Configuration in AWS Continues

Creating Build Stage for Pipeline in Lifecycle Management

Creating Build Stage for Pipeline in Lifecycle Management Continues

Implementing Test Case Using Jenkin Pipeline

AMI Deployment Methods and Bootstrapping

Blue Green Deployment Methods in AWS Certified

AWS Cloud Formation

Working Using Json Object in AWS Cloud Formation

More on Cloud Formation using Json

Creating Simple Cloud Formation Templates

Working with Json Validators

Working with Json Validators Continues

Single Instance with TempLates

Single Instance with TempLates Example

Creating and Configure Instance

Wait Condition Web Instance

Chef Devops Essentials

Introduction to Chefs Devops

Components of Workstation

Types of Nodes

Structure of Chef

Installation of Chef Server

Coding for Chef Server

Creating New User

Installation of Workstation

Setup of Chef Development

Coding for Workstation

Setting Client Nodes

Cookbooks in Chef

Executing the Codes


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Basics of Rogi Programming Language

Famous Keywords in Rogi

Learning the Classes and Objects

Implementing the Conditional Statement

Implementing the Case Statements

How to Create a Cookbook

Executing the Sudo Chef Client

More Types of Resources

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Module Project

Intro to Project

AWS Lambda

Amazon DynamoDB

Microservices and Web Applications

Demo 1

Demo 2

Demo 3

Demo 4

Docker Training

Introduction and Basics to Docker

Concept of Container

Docker Swarm

Building Images in Docker

Commands for Docker Images

Docker Commit Command

Writing a Docker File

Docker Build Command

Specifying Command to Run

Entrypoint Instruction

Getting Terminal Access to Content

Managing Images and Containers

Finding Container ID and Running Docker

Deleting Local Images using RMI Command

Specifying Volumes in Docker File

Purpose of Using Volumes

Container Networking Basics

Uses of Linking

Docker Continuous Integration

Git and Github for Developers

Introduction to Git

Features of Git

Installation of Git

Getting Started with Git

Getting Started with Git Continues

Basic Concepts of Git

Restructure in Git

Branches

Creating Online Repository

Creating Online Repository Continues

Git Operations

Merging Branches

GitHub

Hooks

GitHub Operations and Git Life Cycle