Kode Campus presents to you a comprehensive up-to-date DevOps certification program. This course will empower you with job-relevant skills and power you ahead in your career.
With this course, master various aspects of software development, operations, continuous integration, continuous delivery, automated configuration management, test, and deployment using DevOps tools like Git, Docker, Jenkins, Ansible, Kubernetes, Puppet & Nagios..
Packed with hands-on exercise for every module, this course is suitable for software developers, technical project managers, architects, operations support, deployment engineers, IT managers, and development managers.
What you'll learn
- Get a thorough explanation of DevOps concepts including agile software development, DevOps market trends, skills, delivery pipeline, and the Ecosystem.
- Get familiar with GIT Installation, and version control. Learn how to manage and track different source code versions using Git. Build and Automate Test using Jenkins and Maven.
- Explore continuous testing with Selenium, and create test cases in Selenium WebDriver.
- Master Docker ecosystem, Docker networking and use the knowledge to deploy a multi-tier application over a cluster.
- Understand different Roles and Command Line usage of Ansible, and apply that to execute ad-hoc commands.
- Gain knowledge of Kubernetes Cluster Architecture, understand YAML, and deploy an app through Kubernetes Dashboard.
- Perform Continuous Monitoring using Nagios.
- Get introduced to DevOps on Cloud, and execute DevOps using AWS.
DevOps is a set of practices that combines software development (Dev) and IT operations, the two formerly soiled teams. With DevOps, the two teams work together to improve both the productivity of developers and the reliability of operations by participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support.
DevOps is gaining traction (and will continue to) because it was created by software engineers for software engineers and is a flexible practice, not a rigid framework.
DevOps matters as it’s allowing companies to transform how they build and deliver software. The transformation is necessary as software today has become an integral component of every part of a business, from shopping to entertainment to banking-based businesses. As industrial automation allowed physical goods companies to transform how they design, build, and deliver products throughout the 20th century, DevOps is allowing companies to design and build high-quality software with a short-development life cycle, and provide continuous delivery to achieve business goals faster.
Continuous Integration: A software development practice in which developers frequently implement small changes and merge their code to version control repositories, ensuring consistency in building, packaging, and testing applications.
Continuous Delivery: A software development practice in which code changes are automatically built and tested, to develop a deployment-ready artifact.
Microservices Architecture: A design approach that allows a single application to be built as a set of small independent services, with each service typically using an HTTP-based application programming interface (API) to communicate with other services.
Infrastructure as Code: A practice that allows engineers to treat infrastructure in a manner similar to how they treat application code using techniques, such as version control and continuous integration.
Configuration Management: Practise that employs code to make automatic changes to repeatable and standardized configuration parameters like host configuration, operational tasks, and more.
Monitoring and Logging: This involves capturing, categorizing, and analyzing data and logs generated by applications and infrastructure to understand how changes or updates impact end-users, and to discover the root causes of problems or unexpected changes.
DevOps model allows organizations to innovate faster, adapt to changing marketers faster, and become more efficient at driving and achieving business goals. A good example of this could be DevOps practices like microservices and continuous delivery that let teams take control of services and then release updates to them quicker.
Unlike traditional software teams, the DevOps team releases more features (or updates or fixes) at a higher frequency, allowing them to respond faster to customers’ needs, innovate and improve faster, which ultimately provides a huge competitive advantage.
Close collaboration between Developers and Operations is at the core of DevOps philosophy. The two teams reduce inefficiencies and save time by sharing many responsibilities, communicating frequently, and combining their workflows.
DevOps teams with practices like continuous integration, continuous delivery, monitoring, and logging ensure that the quality of application updates and infrastructure changes gets delivered reliably (and at a more rapid pace) while ensuring a positive experience for end-users.
With DevOps, operate and manage your infrastructure and development processes at scale. A good example of this could be DevOps practice “infrastructure as a code” which helps organizations to manage their development, testing, and production environments in a repeatable and more efficient manner.
DevOps practices like automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques allow teams to deliver secure software while retaining control and preserving compliance.
To have a great career and earn a handsome salary! You want that, right?
The fact is that the future of DevOps is bright, as more and more IT companies are making DevOps implementation their top business priority. The field has witnessed a growth of approximately 40 to 45% within the last five years, with the demand for DevOps professionals only going to rise further in the coming years. Researches even estimate that DevOps will be the main hiring criteria for 46% of the IT companies in the coming years.
A DevOps specialist with a mere degree of high school has a median wage of almost $ 106,734 (Forbes magazine). Coming to India, an Entry-level Devops Developer earns around Rs. 366,337 per annum with the average DevOps Developer salary at Rs. 1,142,206 (UpGrad).
Listed below are a few other reasons to learn DevOps.
It’s easy to learn: People from different backgrounds can easily learn DevOps. Even if you’re a fresher with basic knowledge of Linux and one scripting language, you can opt for DevOps training.
Learning DevOps can provide you with an edge over others:A DevOps professional has a complete idea about the entire software delivery life-cycle (SDLC), along with the knowledge of Tools like Git, Jenkins, Selenium, Kubernetes, Ansible, Nagios, and more. Not many IT professionals can claim to have such a vast knowledge base.
DevOps Professionals are in great demand: The fast adoption of DevOps technology coupled with scarcity of proficient people in the field has created a huge window of opportunity in the DevOps field. A skilled person will certainly be in great demand and will enjoy a fruitful career.
Learning DevOps provide cultural benefits: Since DevOps execution requires close collaboration and communication between team members, the team can enjoy high engagement, enhanced productivity, and improved happiness.
- Basic knowledge of Linux
- IT professionals
- Software Developers
- Software Testers
- System Admins
- Solution Architects
- Security Engineers
- Deployment Engineers
- Application Developers
- Integration Specialists
- IT managers
- Development Managers
- Technical Project Managers
- Most comprehensive and well-structured course covering basics to advanced topics, allowing you to master the complete niche.
- Certified Trainers with extensive real-time experience in the Data Science domain and an immense passion for teaching.
- Top-notch course with a perfect blend of theory, case studies, and capstone projects, along with an assignment for every taught concept.
- 100% Job Placement assistance. Frequent mock interviews to evaluate and improve your knowledge and expertise. Facilitation of interviews with various top companies. Help in building a great resume, optimizing LinkedIn profile, and improving your marketability.
Listed below are some of the leading DevOps-based career options you can break into after completing the DevOps course:
- DevOps Architect
- Application Developer
- Integration Specialist
- System Admins
- Automation Engineer
- Release Manager
- Software Tester
- Security Engineer
- Why DevOps?
- What is DevOps?
- DevOps Market Trends
- DevOps Delivery Pipeline
- DevOps Ecosystem
- Edureka’s Use Case
- What is version control
- What is Git
- Why Git for your organization
- Install Git
- Common commands in Git
- Working with Remote Repositories
- GIT Installation, Version Control, Working with remote repository
- 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
- Branching and merging, Stashing, rebasing, reverting and resetting
- Build and automation of Test using Jenkins and Maven
- Jenkins Management
- Adding a slave node to Jenkins
- Building Delivery Pipeline
- Pipeline as a Code
- Implementation of Jenkins in the Edureka’s Project
- Build the pipeline of jobs using Jenkins
- Create a pipeline script to deploy an application over the tomcat server
- Introduction to Selenium
- Why Selenium?
- Selenium – Webdriver
- 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
- Installing Selenium
- Creating Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver
- Integrating Selenium with Jenkins
- 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
- Create and Implement docker images and containers
- Introduction to Docker Ecosystem
- Docker Compose
- Docker Swarm
- Managing Containers
- Running Containers
- Introduction to Docker Networking
- Network Types
- Docker Container Networking
- Implementation of Docker in the Edureka’s Project
- 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
- Introduction to Puppet
- Puppet Installation
- Puppet Configuration
- Puppet Master and Agent Setup
- Puppet Module Preview
- Node Classification
- Puppet Environment
- Puppet Classes
- Automation & Reporting
- Install and configure Puppet
- Configure and implement servers using Puppet
- Introduction to Ansible
- Ansible Installation
- Configuring Ansible Roles
- Write Playbooks Preview
- Executing adhoc command
- Installing Ansible
- Configuring Ansible Role
- Write Playbooks
- Execute adhoc commands
- 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
- Setting up the Kubernetes Cluster
- Accessing your application through service
- Deploying an app through Kubernetes Dashboard
- Rolling updates in Kubernetes
- Introduction to Continuous Monitoring
- Introduction to Nagios
- Installing Nagios
- Nagios Plugins(NRPE) and Objects
- Nagios Commands and Notification
- Installing Nagios
- Monitoring of different servers using Nagios
- Why Cloud?
- Introduction to Cloud Computing Preview
- Why DevOps on Cloud?
- Introduction to AWS
- Various AWS services
- DevOps using AWS
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Agile can be a part of DevOps. But the DevOps team may rely on other development processes, like the waterfall process too.
Also, unlike the DevOps team, the agile development team doesn’t care about how the software is doing once it’s developed and released.
Three of the most common DevOps KPIs are:
- Meantime to failure recovery
- Deployment frequency
- Percentage of failed deployments
- Lack of cultural sync between Development and Operations teams
- Absence of a holistic view within the value chain for software delivery
- Non-involvement of DBAs in release cycles hitting inner circles
In this course, we dive thoroughly into each of these challenges and prepare you in becoming a true asset in overcoming these challenges.
AWS along with its built-in flexible DevOps services enables organizations to build and deliver products swiftly and reliably. The services can automate manual tasks, simplify management & provisioning of infrastructure, deeply application codes, monitor applications & infrastructure performance, build a continuous integration or continuous delivery workflow, and more. Explore various AWS services and execute DevOps using AWS in this course.
No! Just a basic laptop should be sufficient for most of your personal DevOps projects.
Our team has compiled a list of the best DevOps resources including study materials, cheat sheets, data sets, videos, which you get access to when you join our course.
Kode Campus has its dedicated Placement Assistance Team (PAT). The team helps you in all the aspects of securing your dream job, from improving your marketability to conducting mock interviews.
NO! Our assistance program will only maximize your chances of landing a successful job as the final selection decision is always dependent on the recruiter.
This DevOps course is the most comprehensive, relevant, and contemporary, meeting all the present demands of the DevOps Industry. Don't expect it to be some repurposed or repackaged content of redundant archaic course materials.
What's more is that we continually upgrade the content of this course with the changes in technology, trends, and demands to provide you with the best learning resource.
" I attended the DevOps training at Kode Campus. This course is well-organized, up-to-date, and interactive and is packed with tons of practical hands-on exercises. This course has enhanced my knowledge with the right set of pointers and resources, allowing me to pursue a career in DevOps. It truly exceeded my expectations. "
" I would like to praise the excellent support team at Kode Campus, who clarified all my doubts and questions instantly. This DevOps course is quite helpful and interesting. What I also loved is how the trainer explains every core concept with some relatable real-life examples, which has allowed me to retain a lot of information. Thank you, KodeCampus! "
" A fantastic instructor who covered all the domains in-depth, something I was looking for. All the popular DevOps tools like Git, Docker, Jenkins, Ansible, Kubernetes & Nagios were thoroughly covered. Right now, I’m trying to execute/implement my gained knowledge in daily life. Lucky to be a part of this course. Totally recommended! "
" Great learning experience. I loved how there was a hands-on project for each study module. This was especially useful for a beginner like me to understand the subject. The trainer is fantastic, approachable, and made sure that all my doubts were clarified. I’m sure I’ll have a great career in DevOps, all thanks to Kode Campus! "
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