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What Is DevOps?

DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increase an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity: evolving and improving products at a faster pace than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes.

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We offer different modes of training to learners wherever they are through instructor-led live online training, self-paced videos and corporate training.

DevOps Course Key Features

  • 30 Hours of instructor-led live online training
  • 100% Practical approach with live projects
  • Most experienced & certified trainers
  • Certification guidance
  • Lifetime access to class recordings
  • 24×7 Teaching assistance and support



What is DevOps?
History of DevOps
Advantages of DevOps.
DevOps and Software Development Life Cycle
DevOps main objectives
DevOps on the Cloud
Prerequisites for DevOps
Frameworks for Devops

Basics of UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
Linux System administration introduction

Tools (Jenkins, Chef, Docker, Vagrant , Nagiosand so on.)
Continuous Testing and Integration
Continuous Release and Deployment
Continuous Application Monitoring

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
Cloud Deployment Models (NIST)
Virtual Machines
Virtual bootable OS Images
Cloud Storage
SOA and Cloud
Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Risk in Cloud and DevOps security concerns
Introduction to AWS and AZURE


Things to Look For and Avoid
IT Assets Ownership
Viewing Applications As Products, not Projects
DevOps in the Enterprise
IT Governance
Governance and Risk Mitigation
DevOps Adoption Steps
Select DevOps Techniques and Practices
Service Quality Metrics


The Choice of Cloud Platform
IaaS for DevOps
PaaS for DevOps
Containerization Tools
System Configuration Automation and Management
Continuous Integration (CI) Systems
Build and Dependency Management Systems
Select DevOps Tools
Collaborative Lifecycle Management Solutions from IBM
Rational Team Concert (RTC)
Rational Quality Manager (RQM)
Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG)

Overview of Chef

Common Chef Terminology (Server, Workstation, Client, Repository etc.)
Servers and Nodes
Chef Configuration Concepts

Workstation Setup

How to configure knife
Execute some commands to test connection between knife and workstation

Organization Setup

Create organization
Add yourself and node to organization

Test Node Setup

Create a server and add to organization
Check node details using knife


How to create Databags
Add Databags to organization
Node Objects and Search
How to Add Run list to Node
Check node Details


How to create Environments
Add servers to environments


Create roles
Add Roles to organization

Advanced Chef

What is foodcritic and TestKichen
Improve and expand on the existing recipes
One-click system launching

Introduction to Puppetp

Installation and Configuration of Master server and agents
Managing Manifests

Creating and Managing modules

Version control with Puppet


What is Vagrant
Uses of Vagrant in an environment

Installation and Configuration

How to install Vagrant in Windows and Linux
Configure Vagrant

Provisioning with Vagrant

How to use Vagrant to create small virtual
Add required Images to Vagrant

Using Vagrant

Using Vagrant in Chef for Testing


What is a version control system?
What is a distributed version control system?
Different levels of Git configuration
The process of staging and committing
The details of the commit objects


Nexus prerequisites
Installing and Running Nexus
Using the Nexus User Interface


Continuous Integration with Jenkins Overview
Configure Jenkins as stand-alone application
Configure Jenkins on an Application Server
Jenkins management
Support for the Git version control systems
Different types of Jenkins Jobs
Setting up a Jenkins job
Scheduling build Jobs
Maven Build Scripts
Securing Jenkins

Creating users

Jenkins Plugin

Installing Jenkins Plugins
SCM plugin
Build and test

Distributed builds with Jenkins
Best Practices for Jenkins


How to monitor the Servers in Nagios
Trigger Alerts in Nagios
How to apply blackouts and remove blackouts


How to monitor the Servers in Zenoss
Trigger Alerts in Zenoss
How to apply blackouts and remove blackouts
How to check events; CPU,Memory and RAM Graphs for servers

Web Forms
User Controls
Shared UI Code
Business Logic

Configuration Management Activity
Configuration Control
Incident Management
Change Management
Problem Management

Creating Servers and Networks in Cloud
Setting up rules and Application
Difficult Scenarios in environments.


Environment testing
Monitoring logs

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