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DevOps Training

Job Roles After DevOps Training

  • DevOps Engineer
  • DevOps Architect
  • DevOps Consultant
  • System Engineer
  • System Administrator

DevOps Course Curriculum

It stretches your mind, think better and create even better.

1.Introduction to DevOps

DevOps is a software development approach involving Continuous Development, Continuous Testing, Continuous Integration, Deployment and Monitoring.

The above process spans across the traditionally siloed teams of Development and Operations and DevOps tries to remove the barriers between them.

So, a DevOps Engineer works basically with the DEVelopment and OPerations team. It's the link between those 2 main parts.

Topics Covered

  • SDLC Model
  • DevOps Practises
  • 2.Cloud Computing for DevOps

    DevOps won't have much value without the cloud, and the cloud won't have much value without DevOps.

    The centralized nature of Cloud Computing provides DevOps automation with a standard and centralized platform for developing, testing and deployment.

    As a DevOps engineer, you would be working with infrastructure on cloud environments. So, during the first week we are going to work on creating servers in the AWS environment along with some other basics in AWS Cloud.

    AWS you should know the fundamentals of:

  • IAM service - managing users and permission
  • VPC service - your private network
  • EC2 service - virtual server
  • Introduction of Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Significance in DevOps
  • Creating AWS Account
  • Understanding Global Infrastructure

  • Setting Up Remote EC2 Servers
  • Git Bash
  • Putty & Puttygen
  • Working With SSH Keys
  • Setting With Firewall - Security Groups

  • AWS has much more services, but you only need to learn the services you/your company actually needs. E.g. When the K8s cluster runs on AWS you need to learn the EKS service as well.

    AWS is the most powerful and most widely used one, but also the most difficult one.

    3.Operating System & Linux

    Linux is everywhere. Today, Linux runs many of the technologies that power up devices and services. From mobile phones, Google applications, social media networks, to GPS services, Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) products etc.

    Since DevOps teams share many responsibilities, A DevOps engineer who knows how to configure operating systems and networking technologies will potentially have few software delivery obstacles.

    Knowing how to configure Linux for DevOps is essential to a continual and speedy software delivery process

  • Introduction to Linux OS
  • Linux Architecture
  • Command Line Interface
  • File & Directory Management
  • Text Editor (vi)
  • Linux Utilities
  • Archives
  • User Management
  • File Permissions
  • Package Management
  • Service Management
  • 4.Networking & Security

    You also need to know the basics of Networking & Security in order to configure the infrastructure, e.g.:

  • configure Firewalls to secure the application
  • understand how IP addresses, ports and DNS works
  • Load Balancers
  • Proxy Server
  • HTTP/HTTPS

  • However, to draw a line here between DevOps and IT Operations: You are not the SysAdmin. So you don't need advanced knowledge here.

    5.Application components

    As a DevOps Engineer, you'll work collaboratively with development and operation teams to deploy and operate our systems.

    This week, we are going to understand how the application architectures work and we set up practically those applications in AWS EC2 Instances Manually. Also, will further proceed to set up our applications in an automated way using Ansible and streamline our operations and processes.

  • Introduction to Application Stacks
  • Understand Different components of an application
  • Understand Frontend Tier - Presentation Layer
  • Understand Backend Tier - Business Logic
  • Understand Database Tier - Backend Data
  • Installing and Configuring Apache HTTP Server
  • Deploying Web Application, Using Apache HTTP Server
  • High Availability Concepts For Production Scenarios
  • Perform Load Balancing with Amazon Classic Load Balancer
  • PHP Setup For Deploying Backend Tier
  • Creation of RDS instances in AWS for application stack
  • Setup Security Group firewalls to limit the database to be accessed by
  • only Application Server
  • Understand the architecture of an application
  • Integration of Web, Application and Database to work as a stack
  • Setting Up Dynamic Web Application
  • 6.Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

    Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) are often cited as pillars of successful DevOps Implementation. To establish and optimize the CI/CD model and reap the benefits, companies need to build an effective pipeline to automate their build, integration and testing processes. At a high level, the pipeline “includes compiling, packaging, and running tests.

    For the next three weeks, we are going to cover the tools which help in making the pipelines to deliver the code to production in a smooth manner. We will use GIT/GITHUB, Will talk about build tools like Maven, Will talk about testing tools using CodeQuality testing using SonarQube, Will talk about Nexus Manager.

    7.Git – Version control

    Git is a Version Control System for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple developers. It is primarily used for source code management in software development.

    Topics Covered - Git/GitHub

  • Introduction to Version Control System
  • Centralized Version Control System
  • Distributed Version Control System
  • Git Introduction
  • Git Architecture
  • Git Workflow
  • Git Branching Model
  • Git Merging Branches
  • Detached Head For Retroscoping
  • Undoing Changes
  • Git Ignore
  • GitHub For Remote Repositories
  • Using existing GIT Repositories With Clone
  • Pull Requests
  • Tagging
  • 8.Build Management with Maven

    The process of building software is usually managed by a build tool in our case it's MAVEN

    Maven’s primary goal is to allow a Developer to comprehend the complete state of a development effort in the shortest period of time.

    Topics Covered - Maven

  • Introduction to Build Management
  • Introduction to Maven
  • Maven Lifecycle Phases
  • Maven Plugins
  • Building Java Applications
  • 9.SonarQube for Code Analysis

    SonarQube is an open source platform developed by SonarSource for continuous inspection of Code Quality.

    SonarQube offers reports on duplicated code, coding standards, unit tests, bugs and security vulnerabilities

    SonarQube provides fully automated analysis and integration with Maven and Continuous Integration tools like Jenkins

    Topics Covered - SonarQube

  • Introduction To Unit Testing
  • Perform White Box Testing
  • Analyzing Bugs and Vulnerabilities
  • Integration Of SonarQube with Maven
  • 10.NEXUS Repository Management

    Nexus manages software "artifacts" required for development. If you develop software, your builds can download dependencies from Nexus and can publish artifacts to Nexus creating a new way to share artifacts within an organization

    Topics Covered - Nexus

  • Introduction To Binary Repository Manager
  • Introduction to Nexus
  • Setup Nexus
  • Understand different types of repositories
  • Managing Releases
  • Pushing Artifacts to Nexus
  • 11.Jenkins for CI / CD

    Jenkins is an open source automation server written in Java. Jenkins helps to automate the non-human part of the software development process, with Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.

    Topics Covered - Jenkins

  • Introduction To Continuous Integration
  • Introduction To Continuous Delivery
  • Best Practices of CI-CD
  • Overview of Jenkins
  • Setting Up Jenkins
  • Setting Up Build Jobs
  • Build Parameters
  • Build Triggers
  • Jenkins Plugins
  • Using GitHub Webhooks
  • Automatically Build Binaries Using Maven On Code Changes
  • Distributed Builds Master - Slave Configuration
  • Code Quality Integration With SonarQube to test development code
  • Automated Releases Using Nexus Integration
  • Continuous Deployments
  • CI - CD Pipeline
  • Pipeline As Code
  • 12.Configuration Management with Ansible

    Configuration management is important in DevOps because it helps you automate tedious tasks or take away complexity.

    Without automation, building and maintaining large-scale modern IT systems can be resource-intensive and can lead to increased risk due to manual error.

    Configuration management is important because it gives you consistency of systems and software enables the ability to scale infrastructure and software systems without having to correspondingly scale administrative staff to manage those systems.

    Topics Covered - Ansible

  • Complexity in Infrastructure Management
  • Introduction to Configuration Management Tools
  • PULL vs PUSH Based Configuration Management
  • Introduction To Ansible
  • Ansible Setup
  • Ansible Inventory
  • Ansible Modules
  • Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands
  • Introduction To YAML
  • Ansible Playbooks
  • Ansible Handlers
  • Ansible Facts & Variables
  • Ansible Templates
  • Ansible Roles
  • 13.Containerization with Docker

    Nowadays it’s critical to get your releases out fast, which requires having an automated CI/CD pipeline that takes your code from text to binaries to a deployed environment.

    Implementing an automated pipeline in the past has been challenging, especially when dealing with legacy applications. This is where Dockers and Kubernetes come in.

    Kubernetes has revolutionized the way we deploy and manage our containerized applications.

    Using Kubernetes, you gain simplified application deployment. Kubernetes is one of modern DevOps tools which reduces the deployments from days to minutes.

    We are going to discuss containerization technologies and the basics of Docker. Then we are going to talk on kubernetes, where we will implement the Kubernetes Production Cluster and deploy the applications on the Production Cluster.

    Topics Covered - Docker

  • Introduction to Virtualization
  • Introduction to Containerization
  • Monolithic Architecture
  • Microservices Architecture
  • Virtualization Vs Containerization
  • Introduction to Docker
  • Docker Architecture
  • Setting up Docker
  • Docker Registry
  • Docker Images Vs Docker Containers
  • Running Docker Containers
  • Data Persistency
  • Docker Volumes
  • Containerize Applications
  • Building Custom Docker Images with Dockerfile
  • Pushing Docker Images To Registry
  • Docker Compose

  • Topics Covered - Kubernetes

  • Introduction to Container Orchestration
  • Introduction to Kubernetes
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Setup Kubernetes Production Grade Cluster - AWS
  • KOPS
  • Imperative vs Declarative
  • PODS
  • Replica Sets
  • Deployments
  • Services
  • 14.Orchestration with Kubernetes

    Kubernetes has revolutionized the way we deploy and manage our containerized applications.

    Using Kubernetes, you gain simplified application deployment. Kubernetes is one of modern DevOps tools which reduces the deployments from days to minutes

    Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Container Orchestration
  • Introduction to Kubernetes
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Setup Kubernetes Production Grade Cluster – AWS
  • KOPS
  • Imperative vs Declarative
  • PODS
  • Replica Sets
  • Deployments
  • Services
  • 15.Infrastructure Automation with Terraform

    Terraform is a tool that helps you manage various cloud infrastructure services in the form of code. You codify your infrastructure, and so it's also known as Infrastructure as Code (IaC).

    Topics Covered

  • Terraform Installation
  • Understanding Terraform HCL
  • Terraform with AWS
  • Terraform with Ansible
  • Setup Highly Available Infrastructure Using Terraform
  • 16.Monitoring & Alerting with Prometheus & Grafana

    Prometheus is a free software application used for event monitoring and alerting.It records real-time metrics in a time series database (allowing for high dimensionality) built using a HTTP pull model, with flexible queries and real-time alerting.

    Grafana is the open-source analytics & monitoring solution for every database.It's used by thousands of companies to monitor everything from infrastructure, applications, power plants to beehives.

    Topics Covered

  • Getting started with Prometheus
  • Prometheus Installation
  • Exporters & Node Exporter
  • Getting started with Grafana
  • Integration of Grafana with Prometheus
  • Alerting through Prometheus & Grafana
  • 17.Logging with Splunk

    Splunk is a popular tool for log management. There are various ways to get the logs from an application to Splunk. Once the logs are there,+they can be categorized into fields to make it easy for the operator to find the things they are interested in.

    Topics Covered

    Introduction to Log Analysis and Monitoring

    Need of Log Analysis and Monitoring

    Why Splunk for Log Analysis and Monitoring?

    How Splunk Works?

    Steps of Log Analysis and Monitoring with Splunk

    Installation

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    Real Time Practice Labs

    Practice Labs makes it easy for you to put your learning into practice in a safe environment that you can access anytime with a compatible PC, Browser and Internet connection.

    Physical And Virtual Online Classrooms

    We will use collaborative web conferencing with screen sharing to conduct highly interactive live online teaching sessions.

    24/7 Support On Slack

    Got queries? Our 24/7 support team will go extra mile so you can have easy and enjoyable experience with AIT. on Slack which is a communication platform.

    Job & Interview Assistance

    Our interview assistance can help you overcome your fears and walk into your next interview with confidence and get your dream Job.

    Live Projects With Our Industry Partners

    We offer Live Projects and opportunity to take part in project design supported by industry partners including business and community organizations.

    Internship After Course

    Industry needs the best talent to stay afloat and thrive in today’s fast and ever-changing world, you will get a chance to do Internships and working closely that can provide a serious win-win for both Industry and students/trainees

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    FAQ’s

    1.Who should take this course?

    Our DevOps course has precisely been developed to reach out to the demand of the learners with keeping in mind the industry standards. This DevOps course will particularly be helpful for the career advancement of the following audience

  • Graduates from College.
  • Currently working employees looking to upskill themselves.
  • Candidates looking for a change in the IT Field.
  • 2.What are the prerequisites for the Course?

    As such, there are no specific prerequisites for DevOps Training in Hyderabad. If you have a strong sense of curiosity and willingness to learn you are all set for the DevOps training.

    3.When are the classes conducted?

    DevOps training Classes are conducted over the Weekdays and Weekends through classroom and online sessions. Please get in touch with the AIT. Technologies team to get exact schedule and timings.

    4.Who are the Faculty?

    Our DevOps faculty has over 12 years of experience.

    5.What is the duration of the Course?

    DevOps Course duration is 60 Days.

    6.What is the duration of the class?

    Weekday DevOps Training classes will be one hour long and Weekend classes will be three hours long.

    7.What is the course curriculum?

    Please find the detailed DevOps course curriculum in the AIT. Technologies DevOps training curriculum section.

    8.Do you help in Interview preparation?

    Yes, we will assist our students with all the interview preparation techniques.

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