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DevOps Certification Training

The DevOps Certification Training Program will provide you with in-depth knowledge of various DevOps tools including Git, Jenkins, Docker, Ansible, Puppet, Kubernetes and Nagios. This training is completely hands-on and designed in a way to help you become a certified practitioner through best practices in Continuous Development, Continuous Testing, Configuration Management and Continuous Integration, and finally, Continuous Monitoring of software throughout its development life cycle.

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Overview of DevOps

Answer: Learning Objectives : In this module you will be introduced to DevOps environment. Topics: Why DevOps? Preview What is DevOps? DevOps Market Trends DevOps Engineer Skills DevOps Delivery Pipeline Preview DevOps Ecosystem Hands-on: CertAdda’s Use Case

Version Control with Git

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module you will be introduced to DevOps environment. Topics: What is version control Preview What is Git Why Git for your organization Preview Install Git Common commands in Git Working with Remote Repositories Hands-on: GIT Installation, Version Control, Working with remote repository

Git, Jenkins & Maven Integration

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the different actions performed through git and will be introduced to Jenkins and maven. Topics: Branching and Merging in Git Preview Git workflows Git cheat sheet What is CI Why CI is Required Introduction to Jenkins (With Architecture) Preview Introduction to Maven Hands-on: Branching and merging, Stashing, rebasing, reverting and resetting Build and automation of Test using Jenkins and Maven

Continuous Integration using Jenkins

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will know how to perform Continuous Integration using Jenkins by building and automating test cases using Maven. Topics: Jenkins Management Preview Adding a slave node to Jenkins Building Delivery Pipeline Pipeline as a Code Implementation of Jenkins in the Edureka’s Project Hands-on: Build the pipeline of jobs using Jenkins Create a pipeline script to deploy an application over the tomcat server

Continuous Testing with Selenium

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about selenium and how to automate your test cases for testing web elements. You will also get introduced to X-Path, TestNG and integrate Selenium with Jenkins. Topics: Introduction to Selenium Why Selenium? Selenium – Webdriver Preview Creating Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver (Waits) What and why X-Path Handling different controls on Webpage Framework in Selenium Selenium Integration with Jenkins Implementation of Selenium in the Edureka’s Project Hands-on: Installing Selenium Creating Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver Integrating Selenium with Jenkins

Continuous Deployment: Containerization with Docker

Answer: Learning Objective: This module introduces Docker to readers, the core concepts and technology behind Docker. Learn in detail about container and various operations performed on it. Topics: Shipping Transportation Challenges Introducing Docker Understanding images and containers Running Hello World in Docker Introduction to Container Preview Container Life Cycle Sharing and Copying Base Image Docker File Working with containers Publishing Image on Docker Hub Hands-on: Create and Implement docker images and containers

Containerization with Docker: Ecosystem and Networking

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn to integrate different containers using docker. Topics: Introduction to Docker Ecosystem Docker Compose Docker Swarm Preview Managing Containers Running Containers Introduction to Docker Networking Network Types Docker Container Networking Implementation of Docker in the Edureka’s Project Hands-on: Use Docker Compose to create a WordPress site Start Containers on a Cluster with Docker Swarm Deploy a multi-tier application over a cluster Scale an application

Continuous Deployment: Configuration Management with Puppet

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn to install and configure Puppet. Additionally, understand the master-agent architecture in Puppet. Topics: Introduction to Puppet Puppet Installation Puppet Configuration Puppet Master and Agent Setup Puppet Module Preview Node Classification Puppet Environment Puppet Classes Automation & Reporting Hands-on: Install and configure Puppet Configure and implement servers using Puppet

Configuration Management with Ansible

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn to install Ansible and configure ansible roles. You will also learn to write playbooks and finally execute ad-commands using Ansible. Topics: Introduction to Ansible Ansible Installation Configuring Ansible Roles Write Playbooks Preview Executing adhoc command Hands-on: Installing Ansible Configuring Ansible Role Write Playbooks Execute adhoc commands

Containerization using Kubernetes

Answer: Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn the basics of Kubernetes and its integration with Docker. Topics: Revisiting Kubernetes Cluster Architecture Spinning up a Kubernetes Cluster on Ubuntu VMs Exploring your Cluster Understanding YAML Creating a Deployment in Kubernetes using YAML Preview Creating a Service in Kubernetes Installing Kubernetes Dashboard Deploying an App using Dashboard Using Rolling Updates in Kubernetes Containers and Container Orchestration Introduction to Kubernetes Hands-on: Setting up the Kubernetes Cluster Accessing your application through service Deploying an app through Kubernetes Dashboard Rolling updates in Kubernetes

Continuous Monitoring with Nagios

Answer: Learning Objective: Learn how to continuously monitor your tasks using various plugins and implementing Nagios Commands. Topics: Introduction to Continuous Monitoring Introduction to Nagios Installing Nagios Preview Nagios Plugins(NRPE) and Objects Nagios Commands and Notification Hands-on: Installing Nagios Monitoring of different servers using Nagios

Introduction to DevOps on Cloud

Answer: Learning Objective: Learn about various cloud services and service providers, also get the brief idea of how to implement DevOps using AWS. Topics: Why Cloud? Introduction to Cloud Computing Preview Why DevOps on Cloud? Introduction to AWS Various AWS services DevOps using AWS

What will you learn as a part of this course?

Answer: DevOps improves collaboration and productivity by automating infrastructure and workflows and continuously measuring applications performance. In this course you will learn about Version Controlling, Code Automation, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Configuration Management, and Monitoring of application.

Who should go for this training?

Answer: The following professionals can go for this course: Software Tester System Admin Solution Architect Security Engineer Application Developers Integration Specialist

What are the skills that you will be learning with our DevOps course?

Answer: After completing this Devops Certification Training, you should be able to: Manage and keep a track of different versions of the source code using Git Build and Automate Test using Jenkins and Maven Automate testing of web elements using Selenium suite of tools Build and Deploy containerization using Docker Learn different roles and Command Line usage of Ansible Manage clustering and scaling with Kubernetes Perform Continuous Monitoring using Nagios Gain experience of working on an industry standard live Project

What are the pre-requisites for this Course?

Answer: Required Pre-requisites: Any Scripting Language Knowledge Linux Fundamentals To help you brush up these skills, you will get the following self-paced modules as pre-requisites in your LMS: Python Scripting Linux Fundamentals

What are the system requirements for our Google Cloud Certification Training?

Answer: The system requirements include Windows / Mac / Linux PC, minimum 4GB RAM, 20 GB HDD Storage and Core i3 or above processor.

How will I execute the practicals?

Answer: All the Demo/Hands-on are to be executed on CertAdda\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Pre-configured Virtual Machine. The detailed installation guides are provided in the LMS for setting up the environment. For any doubt, the 24*7 support team will promptly assist you.

Which case studies or projects are a part of this course?

Answer: This course has 12 Modules with Case Studies. These case studies are real life business scenarios that a Devops Engineer will face in his daily work-life. Apart from these case studies you will be working on a certification project which will test your overall knowledge of DevOps. Following is the problem statement for the same: Problem Statement: Company AppleBite is using Cloud for one of their products. The project uses many modular components, different frameworks, components developed by different teams or by 3rd party partners, open source libraries etc. As the product evolved, there are multiple versions of different code, and multiple versions of these components and multiple environments to deploy like INT, E2E, SANDBOX, PROD and so on. This causes the following problems: Complex builds are hard Manual efforts to build many components Incremental builds are difficult (Different environment for Development, Integration, End to End Testing & Production) Frequent change in the Legacy components The company goal is to deliver the product frequently to the Production Server with high quality & Reliability. To achieve this, they require Continuous Integration & Continuous Deployment. To implement this DevOps Process you have to use the following tools: Git – For version control for tracking changes in the code files Maven – For software packaging Jenkins – For continuous integration and continuous deployment Docker – For container image which is a lightweight, executable package of software which includes everything needed to run the image (eg. code, libraries etc) Puppet - Open-source software configuration management tool Nagios - Application monitoring tool The files and flow for the execution of this project will be present in your LMS. Please enroll for its access.

What if I miss a class?

Answer: You will never miss a lecture at CertAdda You can choose either of the two options: View the recorded session of the class available in your LMS. You can attend the missed session, in any other live batch.

What if I have queries after I complete this course?

Answer: Your access to the Support Team is for lifetime and will be available 24/7. The team will help you in resolving queries, during and after the course.

How soon after Signing up would I get access to the Learning Content?

Answer: Post-enrolment, the LMS access will be instantly provided to you and will be available for lifetime. You will be able to access the complete set of previous class recordings, PPTs, PDFs, assignments. Moreover the access to our 24x7 support team will be granted instantly as well. You can start learning right away.

Is the course material accessible to the students even after the course training is over?

Answer: Yes, the access to the course material will be available for lifetime once you have enrolled into the course.

Why should I learn DevOps online? How is it better than offline training?

Answer: Learning pedagogy has evolved with the advent of technology. Online training adds convenience and quality to the training module. With our 24x7 support system, our online learners will have someone to help them all the time even after the class ends. This is one of the driving factors to make sure that people achieve their end learning objective. We also provide life-time access of our updated course material to all our learners.

How long will it take to complete the course?

Answer: Edureka’s DevOps certification training offers variable batch schedule to suit everyone’s needs. The weekend batches run for 6 weeks of live instructor led sessions. Which is then followed by real-time project for better hands-on. The accelerated program or the weekday batches can be completed in much shorter time with rigorous training sessions and live project to work-on at the end.

What skills should a Devops engineer have?

Answer: Familiarity with Linux Fundamentals and knowledge of one Scripting language, such as Python or Shell would help. A DevOps Engineer should be proficient with various Development, Testing, and Deployment technologies. He/She should understand various DevOps stages and should have experience with various DevOps tools, including Git, Jenkins, Docker, Selenium, Puppet, Chef, Kubernetes and Nagios. A DevOps engineer should have experience in developing and maintaining CI/CD pipelines. Good hands-on knowledge of a cloud service (AWS, Azure etc.) can be an added advantage.

What are the roles and responsibilities of Devops engineer?

Answer: One of the main roles of DevOps engineer is to be an excellent communicator. The major focus for DevOps engineer is to bridge the gap between the development and the IT operations team. They serve as an integral member of both the teams and liaises between both. While the demands of a DevOps Engineer often require him or her to work alone, they are expert collaborators.

What is a Devops lifecycle?

Answer: DevOps is a software development process which involves Continuous Development, Continuous Testing, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment and Continuous Monitoring of the software throughout its development life cycle. These activities are possible only in DevOps, not Agile or waterfall, and this is why Facebook and other top companies have chosen DevOps as the way forward for their business goals.

Who is a Devops engineer?

Answer: DevOps certified professionals who are working in a real-time environment are designated as DevOps Engineers. The main area of focus for DevOps engineer is to maintain a seamless communication between the development and operational side of an organization. They follow the principles of continuous development, continuous testing, continuous integration, continuous deployment and continuous monitoring to make sure that the product gains maximum profitability.

What is Devops methodology?

Answer: DevOps methodology is based on the principles of continuous deployment, integration and monitoring. It emphasizes the need for the continuous changes and upgrades that drive the production and maintenance of a software application. The process starts at planning and coding, and then the application is built and tested. The application is then released and deployed by the Ops team, who is also responsible for monitoring the application.

How can a beginner learn DevOps?

Answer: DevOps as a technology is dominating the job market. For complete beginners, we have compiled an extensive list of blogs and tutorials on our blogging and Youtube channel which can definitely be a great help if you are looking to start out. Once, you are clear with the basic concepts, you can think about taking up Edureka’s DevOps certification training to truly master the technology.

Why should I learn DevOps online? How is it better than offline training?

Answer: Learning pedagogy has evolved with the advent of technology. Online training adds convenience and quality to the training module. With our 24x7 support system, our online learners will have someone to help them all the time even after the class ends. This is one of the driving factors to make sure that people achieve their end learning objective. We also provide life-time access of our updated course material to all our learners.

How long will it take to complete the course?

Answer: Edureka’s DevOps certification training offers variable batch schedule to suit everyone’s needs. The weekend batches run for 6 weeks of live instructor led sessions. Which is then followed by real-time project for better hands-on. The accelerated program or the weekday batches can be completed in much shorter time with rigorous training sessions and live project to work-on at the end.

What skills should a Devops engineer have?

Answer: Familiarity with Linux Fundamentals and knowledge of one Scripting language, such as Python or Shell would help. A DevOps Engineer should be proficient with various Development, Testing, and Deployment technologies. He/She should understand various DevOps stages and should have experience with various DevOps tools, including Git, Jenkins, Docker, Selenium, Puppet, Chef, Kubernetes and Nagios. A DevOps engineer should have experience in developing and maintaining CI/CD pipelines. Good hands-on knowledge of a cloud service (AWS, Azure etc.) can be an added advantage.