Toll Free 1800-123-321-5

DevOps Tools

In a fast-paced IT environment, the need for frequent updates for applications has increased significantly, often creating a tussle between developers and operational teams, thereby decreasing efficiency. The DevOps approach integrates developers and operations team to improve collaboration and productivity. DevOps engineers have an end-to-end responsibility, from gathering the required sources for development, testing, infrastructure deployment and monitoring the software development lifecycle. They are also required to gather feedback from the end-users and implement changes when required to. This continuous process of software development lifecycle has increased the demand for DevOps engineers to a greater extent as they are considered as experts in a multitude of technologies.

IIHT’s DevOps Architecture training program is designed to help learners write and master front-end deployment and back-end codes, deploy codes and configure and maintain hosting for monitoring and scaling. The DevOps course will enable learners will demonstrate their knowledge towards automating workflow and getting products to market more efficiently and effectively. Learners will be able to accurately and objectively examine and consider infrastructure automation tools at any level and are open to increasing their competencies on an ongoing basis.

25
Mar
4 Days
25th Mar To 28th Mar 2019
19:30 - 22:30 (Online)
INR 14999(Amount Exclusive of all taxes and 18% GST)
Enroll Now
24
Jun
4 Days
24 Jun To 27 Jun 2019
19:30 - 22:30 (Online)
INR 14999(Amount Exclusive of all taxes and 18% GST)
Enroll Now
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Course Content

 Unix and linux difference

 Linux File system structure

 Basic linux/unix commands

 Changing file permissions and ownership

 Types of links soft and hard link

 Filter commands

 Simple filter and advance filter commands

 Start and stop services

 Find and kill the process with id and name

 Package installation using RPM and YUM

Introduction to Devops

 Define Devops

 What is Devops

 SDLC models,Lean,ITIL,Agile

 Why Devops?

 History of Devops

 Devops Stakeholders

 Devops Goals

 Important terminology

 Devops perspective

 Devops and Agile

 Devops Tools

 Configuration management

 Continuous Integration and Deployment

Introduction to Cloud computing

 What is cloud computing

 Characteristics of cloud computing

 Cloud implementation models

 Cloud service models

 Advantages of cloud computing

 Concerns of cloud computing

 Introduction
o What is Git o About Version Control System and Types
o Difference between CVCS and DVCS
o A short history of GIT
o GIT Basics
o GIT Command Line
 Installing Gi
o Installing on Linux
o Installing on Windows
o Initial setup
 Git Essentials o Creating repository
o Cloning, check-in and committing
o Fetch pull and remote
o Branching
o Creating the Branches, switching the branches, merging the branches.
Chef for configuration management
 Overview of Chef
o Common Chef Terminology (Server,
o Workstation, Client, Repository etc.)
o Servers and Nodes
o Chef Configuration Concepts
 Workstation Setup
o How to configure knife
o Execute some commands to test connection between knife and workstation
 Organization Setup
o Create organization
o Add yourself and node to organization
 Test Node Setup
o Create a server and add to organization
o Check node details using knife
 Node Objects and Search
o How to Add Run list to Node
o Check node Details
 Environments
o How to create Environments
o Add servers to environments
 Roles
o Create roles
o Add Roles to organization
 Attributes
o Understanding of Attributes
o Creating Custom Attributes
o Defining in Cookbooks
 Data bags
o Understanding the data bags
o Creating and managing the data bags
o Creating the data bags using CLI and Chef Console
o Sample data bags for Creating Users.

o Creating AWS account
o Free tier Eligible services
o Understanding AWS Regions and availability zones
 EC2 ( Elastic Cloud Comput)
o About EC2 and types , Pricing
o EIP ( Elastic IP address), Allocating, associating , releasing
o Launch windows and Linux Instances in AWS
o Connecting windows and Linux instances from windows desktop and Linux machines
 S3 ( Simple Storage Service)
o About AWS Storage services, EBS and S3
o Creating S3 Buckets and putting objects in bucket
o Discussion about Bucket Properties
o S3 Pricing
o About S3 glecier
 EBS ( Elastic Block Storage)
o Types of EBS Volumes
o Creation, attaching and Detaching volumes
 ELB ( Elastic Load Balancer)
o Understanding the load balancing
o Configuring ELB and adding the webservers under ELB
 Auto Scaling
o Types of Scaling ( Horizontal and Vertical)
o Configuring Launch Configuration
o Creating and defining the auto scaling group policy
 IAM ( Identity Access Management)
o Understanding of AWS Security using IAM
o Definition of Roles, policies and Groups
o Creating IAM Users and managing password policies
 RDS ( Relational Database server)
o About RDS and available RDS Engines in AWS
o Configuring MYSQL RDS service
o Connecting EC2 Instance to RDS Instance

 What is Puppet?
o How puppet works
o Puppet Architecture
o Master and Agents
o Puppet terminology and about Manifests
 Installation and Configuration
Installing Puppet
o Configuring Puppet Master and Agent
o Connecting Agents
 Puppet Master
o Puppet configuration files
 Puppet Language Basics
o The declarative language
o Resources
o Using Basic resources like file,exec,package service
o Resource Collectors
o Virtual Resources
o Exported Resources
o Manifests
o Modules and Classes
o Class Parameters
o Defined Type
 Templates
o Static Contents Explosion
o Using Dynamic Content with Templates
o Templates Overview o ERB
 Example Code Manifests/Modules
o NTP Module
o Users Module
o SSH
o Sudo
 Puppet Forge
o Understanding the Puppet Forge
o Module structure
o Install LAMP with preexisting modules
o Installing Apache Tomcat with Puppet Modules

 Introduction.
o Understanding continuous integration
o Introduction about Jenkins
o Build Cycle
o Jenkins Architecture
 Installation
o Obtaining and installing Jenkins
o Installing and configuring Jenkins using WAR and RPM
o Java installation and configuration
o Maven Installation
o Exploring Jenkins Dashboard.
 Jobs
o Creating Jobs
o Running the Jobs
o Setting up the global environments for Jobs
o Adding and updating Plugins
o Disabling and deleting jobs
 Build Deployments
o Understanding Deployment.
o Tomcat installation and configuration
 Securing Jenkins
o Authentication
o Jenkins Plugin
o Authorization
o Confidentiality
o Creating users
o Best Practices for Jenkins
Docker– Containers.
 Introduction
o What is a Docker
o Use case of Docker
o Platforms for Docker
o Dockers vs. Virtualization
 Architecture
o Docker Architecture.
o Understanding the Docker components
 Installation
o Installing Docker on Linux.
o Understanding Installation of Docker on windows.
o Some Docker commands.
o Provisioning
 Docker Hub.
o Downloading Docker images.
o Uploading the images in Docker Registry and AWS ECS
o Understanding the containers
o Running commands in container.
o Running multiple containers.
 Custom images
o Creating a custom image.
o Running a container from the custom image.
o Publishing the custom image.
 Docker Networking
o Accessing containers
o Linking containers
o Exposing container ports
o Container Routing
 Docker Compose
o Installing The Docker compose
o Terminology in Docker compose
o Build word press site using Docker compose

 Introduction
o Why and what is Vagrant
o Uses of Vagrant in an environment
o Alternatives of Vagrant
o Vagrant versions
 Installation and Configuration
o Installing Virtual box
o How to install Vagrant on Windows and Linux
o Configuring Vagrant
 Provisioning with Vagrant
o Creating first VM with Vagrant
o Operations on the VM
o Connecting to the VM
o Add required Images to Vagrant
o Creating network and port forwarding using Vagrant

 Introduction
o About Monitoring tools
o About New Relic
o Installing and Configuring New Relic
o Application Monitoring using New Relic
o Server Monitoring using New Relic
o Alerts policies

 Introduction
 What is ELK?
 ELK Installation
 ElasticSearch
 Logstash
 Configuring Logstashand Kibana

TOP