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AWS DEVOPS Associate and Professional Certification is fast becoming the must have certificates for any IT professional working with AWS. Are you wondering how to prepare for AWS certification? Well, this AWS course is designed to help you pass the AWS Certified DEVOPS Associate and professional Exam. This course examines some more advanced aspects of the AWS platform from the administrator point.
AWS are constantly evolving their platform in 2017 there have been over 2000 new product releases. As 2020 progresses we will continuously update this course with new content so you will never have to worry about missing out updates the AWS certification test because of new content. If you are wondering how to pass AWS certification then this course if for you.
Establishment - Git, Jenkins, Ansible, Puppet, Doker, Chef, CVS, Clearcase, Nagios, Maven, Database
Hands-on Exercise – All Infra Setup
Concepts of Version Control Systems, Git as SCM, Git Command Line, Git setup with CI tool Jenkins, SVN, CVS, Clearcase
Hands-on Exercise – Create a guit project, check out a branch, create a file and add it to the git, edit the file, reduce the code, set up Jenkins and integrate with the guit
Automating Build and Test
Automating builds with Maven and Ant, test delivery pipeline in Jenkins (CI / CD), Test Automation, Security, Notification System in Jenkins
Hands-on Exercise Create a Maven project, edit the pom.xml file to set the version of Junit, set up the build delivery pipeline, set notification alerts in Jenkins, configure a test plan in Jenkins
Continuous Integration (CI)
Continuous merging of code in a shared repository, after which automated construction and testing are conducted using janets
Hands-on Exercise – Code code and check that Jenkins runs the script and tests the code using automation scripts.
Continuous Delivery (CD)
Collaboration between core principles of continuous distribution, development and software releasing, building, testing and reducing software, more often in cycles.
Hands-on Exercise – Deploying various tools like Puppetry, Maharaj, Nagya for reliable delivery of software on time.
Docker Container Management
What are Containers, Difference between VM and Container, Docker Fundamentals, Creating & Running Docker Images, Image Distribution, Creating Docker Registry, Compose Scripts, Remote Docker Image
Hands-on Exercise – Configure a Docker, Create an image in Docker and run it
Networking concepts in Docker, Using Docker Volume and Creation of a Dockerfile, a text file to contain the commands to create an image
Hands-on Exercise – Create an image, create an image with the commands to create an image, create an image
Puppet – Configuration Management Tool (Infra As Code)
Introduction to Puppet, Architecture of Puppet, Constructs of Puppet and the various terminologies in Puppet, Configuring Puppet, Using Puppet Manifests, Puppet commands
Hands-on Exercise – Install Puppet, Configure puppet, Use Knife commands for various operations
Puppet Modules, Node Classification, Puppet Classes, Puppet Template, Puppet Manifests, Puppet master and client folder structure.
Hands-on Exercise – Puppet module, classes, template creation
Chef Fundamentals,Chef environment, Chef Cookbooks & Knife Commands. Node Object & Search, Data-bags, Roles, Deploying Nodes in Production and using the Open Source Chef Server, Vagrant file
Hands-on Exercise – Install a chef server, Configure a Vagrant file and setup directory structure to create and run a Chef server, Install a chef-workstation, Create a user account in manage.chef.io website, Generate a knife.rb file from the website to create a chef server
Introduction to Ansible,Configuration,Writing Ansible Playbooks, Ansible based Configuration Management,Different Roles and Command Line usage.
Hands-on Exercise – Write Ansible playbook, Assign different roles in configuration tool
Introduction of Nagios, Nagios Setup, Commands, Objects, notifications, Configure Nagios to monitor webserver, Load Balancer (HAProxy, NginX), + Project 1 & project 2
Hands-on Exercise – Monitor Nagios and Netdata, monitor performance with Grafana, setup Syslog and logs are verified, configure HAProxy server