DEVOPS

devops

 DEVOPS: Devops  (development & operations) is an endeavor software development express used to mean a type of agile connection amongst development & IT . V Cube is one of the best institute for DevOps training in Hyderabad, We offers the comprehensive and in-depth training in Devops.Devops is an endeavor software development express used to mean a type of agile connection amongst development & IT operations.

Duration:30 days

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 100+ hours of learning

 Real-time industry professionals curate the course.

Internships and live projects

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28+ Skills That Are Useful in the Workplace

Trainers with a minimum of 12 years of experience

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Description for the Devops

Why Devops is so popluar?

Under a DevOps model, development and operations teams are no longer “siloed.” Sometimes, these two teams are merged into a single team where the engineers work across the entire application lifecycle, from development and test to deployment to operations, and develop a range of skills not limited to a single function.

In some DevOps models, quality assurance and security teams may also become more tightly integrated with development and operations and throughout the application lifecycle. When security is the focus of everyone on a DevOps team, this is sometimes referred to as DevSecOps.

These teams use practices to automate processes that historically have been manual and slow. They use a technology stack and tooling which help them operate and evolve applications quickly and reliably. These tools also help engineers independently accomplish tasks (for example, deploying code or provisioning infrastructure) that normally would have required help from other teams, and this further increases a team’s velocity

Curriculum for the Devops

Why Dev-ops?

Evolution of Software Development Waterfall Model

Agile Methodology What is Dev-ops?

Dev-ops Lifecycle Phrases Continuous Development Continuous Testing Continuous Integration Continuous Deployment

Configuration Management Tools Containerization Tools Continuous Monitoring

Dev-ops Tools

Why AWS cloud 

What is cloud

Public, private, hybrid clouds IAAS, SAAS, 

PAAS cloud models AWS VPC

EC2 Essentials

AMI, Instance Types, EBS Volumes, 

Snapshots Security groups

Key pairs

LAB: Launch and connect to an EC2 instance

Basic Linux/Unix commands

Changing file permissions and ownership Types of links soft and hard link

Filter commands

Start and stop services

Find and kill the process with id and name Package installation using RPM and yum

Introduction of version control systems Centralized Version Control System (CVCS)

Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) What is GIT

Features of GIT & Workflow

How GIT plays a vital role in Devops? Commands and Operations in GIT Initialize

Add Commit Pull Push

Branching Merging Rebasing

How to install GIT in windows Introduction to GitHub

Git Vs GitHub

LAB: Create Repository in GitHub

Create Branches and perform Operations Cloning and Forking GitHub Repository

GIT Commands and configuration Realtime scenario usage of Git & GitHub

Concept & LABDistributed Version Control System (DVCS) What is GIT

Features of GIT & Workflow

How GIT plays a vital role in Devops? Commands and Operations in GIT Initialize

Add Commit Pull Push

Branching Merging Rebasing

How to install GIT in windows Introduction to GitHub

Git Vs GitHub

LAB:

Create Repository in GitHub

Create Branches and perform Operations Cloning and Forking GitHub Repository

GIT Commands and configuration Realtime scenario usage of Git & GitHub

Install Apache Maven

Understand Maven dependencies and control Maven classpath

Concept & LABDistributed Version Control System (DVCS) What is GIT

Features of GIT & Workflow

How GIT plays a vital role in Devops? Commands and Operations in GIT Initialize

Add Commit Pull Push

Branching Merging Rebasing

How to install GIT in windows Introduction to GitHub

Git Vs GitHub

LAB:

Create Repository in GitHub

Create Branches and perform Operations Cloning and Forking GitHub Repository

GIT Commands and configuration Realtime scenario usage of Git & GitHub

Install Apache Maven

Understand Maven dependencies and control Maven classpath

Install plugins, manage plugins with a parent POM, and find available plugins

Maven build properties

 

Introduction to Continuous Integration What is Jenkins and its History Advantages of Jenkins

Install Java

Jenkins Architecture Overview of Jenkins UI LAB:

Jenkins Installation & Plugins Setup and configuration Security in Jenkins Notification system

Create and Run our first Jenkins Job

Containerization
What is Virtualization What is Containerization
Advantages of Containerization over Virtualization Introduction to DockerBenefits of Docker Custom images Docker Files Docker Compose
Terminology in Docker compose
LAB:
Installation of Docker Downloading Docker images.
Uploading the images in Docker Registry Understanding the Docker containers Running commands in Docker container. Running multiple Docker containers.
Docker Image Creation Creating a custom image. Publishing the custom image. Accessing containers
Writing a Docker File Installing the Docker compose
Build a web app using Docker compose. Deploy Jenkins on docker container

Configuration Management
Ansible Introduction What is Ansible?
Why do we need Ansible? Advantages of using Ansible What Ansible can do?
Ansible Architecture & Terminology Ansible in DevOps
Real-Life usage of Ansible
Inventory Files(Host, Dynamic, Static) Playbooks
Modules in Ansible
LAB:
Ansible Installation & Configuration Ansible client and server configuration
Running commands in Ansible Management Node Writing playbooks using YAML
Deploy web applications using Ansible Playbook Provisioning ec2 instance using Ansible Playbook

Why We Need Continuous Monitoring? What Is Continuous Monitoring?
What Is Nagios? Nagios Components LAB:
Install & Configure Nagios Core
Create a binary out of Nagios source code
Add A Remote Server Using NRPE (Nagios Remote Plugin Executor).

Configure default Monitoring services Add/Create customised Service to monitor

Installation and configuration Tomcat Manager

Application Management Application Deployment LAB:

Install & configure Tomcat container Set Access & Roles

Launch Tomcat on a browser

Installation of Apache Configuration of Apache Static Pages

Dynamic Pages

LAB:

Install httpd webserver

LAB:

Create a customized CI/CD Devops pipeline which will automatically build & deploy to a container

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