DevOps Masters Program

DevOps Masters Program

Devops Masters Program

Goals InfoCloud Technologies provides Master program in DevOps training and certification to professionals and corporates on Deployment and automation using DevOps tools – Linux, AWS, Python, Ansible, GIT, Jenkins, and Docker.

About the Program

DevOps Foundation is basic level DevOps certification course providing essential knowledge on DevOps core concepts. DevOps Foundation syllabus is designed with high-level content with concepts of Continous Integration, Continous Deliver, and Continous Deployment.

Learning Path Curriculum

DevOps Certification Training Course will prepare you for a career in DevOps, the fast-growing field that bridges the gap between software developers and operations. You’ll become an expert in the principles of continuous development and deployment, automation of configuration management, inter-team collaboration and IT service agility, using modern DevOps tools such as Linux, AWS, Python, Ansible, GIT, Jenkins, and Docker. DevOps jobs are highly paid and in great demand, so start on your path today.

Batch Schedule for Devops Masters Program

Goals InfoCloudTechnologies provides flexible timings to all our students. Here are the Devops Masters Program training Schedule in our branches. If this schedule doesn’t match please let us know. We will try to arrange appropriate timings based on your flexible timings.

11-07-2019 Starts Coming Thursday (Monday – Friday)08:00 AM (IST)Course Fees

15-07-2019 Starts Coming Monday (Monday – Friday)08:00 AM (IST)Course Fees

13-07-2019 Starts Coming Saturday (Saturday – Sunday)11:00 AM (IST)Course Fees

13-07-2019 Starts Coming Saturday (Saturday – Sunday)10:00 AM (IST)Course Fees

  • A Linux Introduction
  • Open Source Philosophy
  • Distributions
  • Embedded Systems
  • Command Line Basics
  • Basic Shell
  • Command Line Syntax – ls
  • Command Line Syntax – $PATH, Case Sensitivity
  • Command Line Syntax – Basic Commands
  • Command Line Syntax – uname
  • Command Line Syntax – Command History, Command Completion
  • Command Line Syntax – cd and pwd
  • Shell Configuration Files
  • Variables – Environment / System Variables
  • Variables – User Defined
  • Globbing
  • Quoting
  • Formatting Commands
  • Working with Options
  • Using the Command Line to Get Help
  • Man
  • Info
  • locate, find, whereis, and using /usr/share/doc/
  • Exercise: Man Page Walkthrough
  • Exercise: Basic Command Line
  • Using Directories and Listing Files
  • The Linux File System
  • Files, Directories
  • Hidden Files and Directories
  • Home
  • Absolute and Relative Paths
  • Exercise: Maneuvering the Linux File System
  • Creating, Moving and Deleting Files
  • Files and Directories
  • Case Sensitivity
  • Simple Globbing and Quoting
  • The Power of the Command Line
  • Archiving Files on the Command Line
  • Files, Directories
  • Archives, Compression
  • Searching and Extracting Data from Files
  • Commands (Revisited)
  • Command Line Pipes
  • I/O Redirection
  • Regular Expressions
  • Exercise: Practicing with Pipes and Grep
  • Turning Commands into a Script
  • Basic Text Editing
  • Basic Shell Scripting
  • Basic Shell Scripting, Continued
  • Exercise: Using the vi Text Editor
  • Available
  • The Linux Operating System
  • Choosing an Operating System
  • Windows, Mac, and Linux Differences
  • Distribution Life Cycle Management
  • Understanding Computer Hardware
  • Hardware
  • Where Data is Stored
  • Kernel
  • Processes
  • syslog, klog, dmesg
  • /lib, /usr/lib, /etc, /var/log
  • Your Computer on the Network
  • Internet, Network, Routers
  • Domain Name Service and the Default Gateway (Network Router)
  • Network Configuration
  • Security and File Permissions
  • Basic Security and Identifying User Types
  • Root and Standard Users
  • System Users
  • Creating Users and Groups
  • User IDs
  • User Commands
  • Group Commands
  • Exercise: Managing User Accounts
  • Exercise: Creating User Groups
  • Managing File Permissions and Ownership
  • File/Directory Permissions and Owners
  • Special Directories and Files
  • Symbolic Links
  • System files, Special Files, and Sticky Bits
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon Elastic Load Balancer
  • Amazon Route 53
  • Amazon VPC
  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
  • Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
  • Amazon Content Delivery Network (Amazon CloudFront)
  • Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Amazon ElastiCache
  • Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)
  • Amazon CloudWatch
  • Amazon CloudTrail
  • Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES)
  • AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • Amazon Command Line Interface API
  • S3-Browser
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  • Introduction
  • Memory management and Garbage collections
  • Statements and Syntax
  • File Operations
  • Functions
  • Modules and Packages
  • Classes
  • Exception Handling
  • Advanced Concepts
  • Django

Introduction

  • Version control systems
  • Local, Centralized and distributed

Installing Git

  • Installing on Linux
  • Installing on Windows
  • Initial setup

Git Essentials

  • Creating repository
  • Cloning, check-in and committing
  • Fetch pull and remote
  • Branching
  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • CI/CD Concepts
  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
  • Quiz: CI/CD Concepts
  • Installing and Configuring Jenkins
  • Prerequisites
  • Jenkins Install
  • The Dashboard
  • User Management and Security
  • Adding a Jenkins Slave
  • Setting Up GitHub
  • Plugin Manager
  • Exercise: Install a Jenkins Master and Prerequisites
  • Exercise: Configuring Matrix-Based Security
  • Exercise: Add a Jenkins Slave
  • Exercise: Working with the Plugin Manager
  • Quiz: Installing and Configuring Jenkins
  • Projects
  • Freestyle Project Configuration
  • Source Code Management and the Git Plugin
  • Git Hooks and Other Build Triggers
  • Workspace Environment Variables
  • Parameterized Projects
  • Upstream/Downstream Projects and the Parameterized Trigger Plugin
  • Folders
  • Views
  • Exercise: Configure a Parameterized Freestyle Project?
  • Hands-on Labs: Configure a Jenkins Freestyle Project
  • Hands-on Labs: Jenkins Upstream and Downstream Projects with the Parameterized Trigger Plugin
  • Quiz: Projects
  • Pipelines
  • Our Java Pipeline Project
  • Docker Install
  • Installing and Configuring Ant
  • The Jenkins file
  • Configuring and Running a Pipeline
  • Artifacts and Fingerprints
  • Exercise: Build a Simple Pipeline Without SCM
  • Hands-on Labs: Configure a Jenkins Pipeline
  • Quiz: Pipelines
  • Testing With Jenkins
  • About Testing
  • Unit Testing with JUnit and Ant
  • Deploying to Apache
  • Functional Testing
  • Quiz: Testing With Jenkins
  • Pipeline Enhancements
  • Multi-branch Pipelines and Code Promotion
  • Tagging
  • Notifications
  • Shared Pipeline Libraries
  • Exercise: Configure Notifications in a Pipeline
  • Hands-on Labs: Configure a Jenkins Multibranch Pipeline
  • Quiz: Pipeline Enhancements
  • Advanced Jenkins Administration
  • The Jenkins CLI
  • The Jenkins REST API
  • Setting Up a Jenkins Master with Docker
  • Exercise: Using the Jenkins CLI
  • Exercise: Using the Jenkins REST API
  • Quiz: Advanced Jenkins Administration
 
 
  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Ansible Agentless Architecture
  • Installation
  • Ansible Inventories
  • Ansible Modules
  • Ansible Playbooks

Introduction

  • What is a Docker
  • Use case of Docker
  • Platforms for Docker
  • Dockers vs Virtualization

Architecture

  • Docker Architecture.
  • Important Docker components
  • Understanding the Docker components

Installation

  • Installing Docker on Linux.
  • Understanding Installation of Docker on Windows.
  • Some Docker commands.

Provisioning

  • Docker Hub.
  • Downloading Docker images.
  • Running Docker images
  • Running commands in a container.
  • Running multiple containers.

Custom images

  • Creating a custom image.
  • Running a container from the custom image.
  • Publishing the custom image.

Docker Networking

  • Accessing containers
  • Linking containers
  • Exposing container ports
  • Container Routing

Devops Jobs Out Look

DevOps is the name for this transformative change happening across all global enterprises today. DevOps as Business Enablers. The developers’ job is to create new features to the company’s software and the operational team’s job is to ensure that the services are running stable and fast without outages.

FAQ's

Git
Jenkins
Selenium
Puppet
Chef
Ansible
Nagios
Docker
Monit
ELK –Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana
Collected/Collect
Git(GitHub)
SSH is a Secure Shell which provides users with a secure, encrypted mechanism to log into systems and transfer files.
To log out a remote machine and work on command line.
To secure encrypted communications between two hosts over an insecure network.
Production Development
Creation of the product feedback and its development
IT Operations development
To fix the bug and implement new features quickly.
It provides the clarity of communication among team members.
Backup System
Recovery plans
Load Balancing
Monitoring
Centralized logging