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DevOps MasterClass : GIT Docker Jenkins Kubernetes Terraform

DevOps for Absolute Beginners with Jenkins Docker Swarm Kubernetes GIT Terraform AWS with DevOps Realworld Exercises

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What you will learn

An understanding of DevOps and the modern DevOps Tools Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, Docker Swarm, Kubernetes Helm.

The ability as DevOps Engineer to Automate Code Delivery and Deployment Pipeline Using Jenkins.

Complete Understanding of Docker Containers & Docker Swarm Orchestration & Kubernetes.

Learn Building the Apps Dockerize using Docker Containers and Docker File & HELM as DevOps Engineer.

Be DevOps Master in Kubernetes and Kubernetes Administration from Scratch to Advance Level.

Kubernetes Development and Complete Deployment on Kubernetes & Docker Containers.

As CI DevOps Engineer, Jenkins Multiple Integration with Modern Technology Tools like Docker, Code Delivery Pipeline, Git & GitHub .


Description

One of the Finest & Multi-Technology DevOps Certification Course On Udemy.

Celebrating #20000 Students, #20000 DevOps Certified Engineers with DevOps Specialization with DevOps Technology stack like Docker, Docker Containers, Docker Swarm, Kubernetes with Docker, Kubernetes Administration, Git & GitHub, Jenkins & Jenkins Code Pipeline, Terraform , Terraform AWS.

People are getting Pro in Jenkins, Docker, Docker Swarm, Terraform & Kubernetes and we are helping them to get more knowledge on DevOps Practices.

This 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.

The DevOps training course focuses heavily on the use of Docker containers, GIT & GitHub, Jenkins Kubernetes & Docker Swarm a technology that is revolutionizing the way apps are deployed in the cloud today and is a critical skillset to master in the cloud age.


This DevOps Certification Training Course will prepare you for a career in DevOps.


After completing this course, you will be able to:

1. Diagnose a team’s delivery pipeline and bring forward prioritized recommendations to improve it

2. Explain the skill sets and roles involved in DevOps and how they contribute toward a continuous delivery capability

3. Review and deliver automation tests across the development stack

4. Explain the key jobs of system operations and how today’s leading techniques and tools apply to them

5. Explain how high-functioning teams use DevOps and related methods to reach a continuous delivery capability

6. Facilitate prioritized, iterative team progress on improving a delivery pipeline


Course Objective?

This DevOps training is designed to help you become a DevOps practitioner. During this course, our expert DevOps instructors will help you: 

  • Understand the DevOps Ecosystem

  • Learn about automatic Source Code Management using GIT and Continuous Integration using Jenkins

  • Understand, Build and Test Automation: how to build an appropriate delivery pipeline and perform test automation on it

  • Understand Containerization using Docker: identify the difference between containers and VMs

  • Master Docker Commands and Use-cases: deals with the various networking concepts in Docker, the best way to use the Docker Volume, and creating Docker file

  • Master Puppet: learn Configuration management and "Infrastructure-as-Code". You can learn about the master-agent architecture and catalog compilation in Puppet

  • Learn Continuous Monitoring using Nagios: integrate Jenkins, Docker, and Puppet, and learn about system monitoring using Nagios and its components

  • Execute a live Project


Who should take this course?

DevOps career opportunities are thriving worldwide. DevOps was featured as one of the 11 best jobs in America for 2017, according to CBS News, and data from Payscale shows that DevOps Managers earn as much as $122,234 per year, with DevOps engineers making as much as $151,561. DevOps jobs are the third-highest tech role ranked by employer demand on Indeed but have the second-highest talent deficit.

This DevOps training course will be of benefit to the following professional roles:

  • Software Developers

  • Technical Project Managers

  • Architects

  • Operations Support

  • Deployment engineers

  • IT managers

  • Development managers

Prerequisite knowledge of software development, preferably in Java, and the UNIX/Linux command-line tools are essential for this course.


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DevOps MasterClass : GIT Docker Jenkins Kubernetes Terraform
DevOps MasterClass : GIT Docker Jenkins Kubernetes Terraform
DevOps MasterClass : GIT Docker Jenkins Kubernetes Terraform
DevOps MasterClass : GIT Docker Jenkins Kubernetes Terraform

Content

Understating of DevOps & DevOps Process

Introduction

What is DevOps || DevOps Tools

Continuous Development

Continuous Testing

Continuous Integration

Continuous Deployment & Monitoring

**GIT** Introduction & Installation

Git | WelCome & Goal

Audience & Study Tips

Key GIT Terminology

GIT Introduction

Install GIT on LINUX

Download and Install GIT on Windows

GIT Quick Start

Configure User Information in GIT

Create First GIT Repository

First GIT Commit

Adding Files and GIT Logs

Understanding of GIT Workflow

Text Editor for GIT **Installation**

GIT Text Editor OverView

Install SubLime Text on Linux

Configure SubLime with GIT

NotePad ++ As GIT Editor for Windows

Version Control System GIT & GITHUB

Verify Changes in GIT

Compare Stage Area with Local Repository in GIT

Delete File in GIT

GIT with GITHUB **Advance**

Explore Git with GITHub

Create Centralized Repository

Create Branches in GIT

Merge Branches in GIT

Revert a Commit in GIT

GIT Basics **Through Explanation**

Add GIT in Existing Project Part

Fork GitHub Existing Project

Git CLI Complete Workflow

Back-out GIT Changes

Delete File in GIT

Rename & Move File in GIT

Find Commit, File History in GIT

GIT Alias

Exclude Unwanted Files in GIT

Comparisons in GIT

SetUp Git Project for Comparision

Compare Working Directory & Stage Area

Compare Work Directory and GIT Repo

Compare Stage Area & GIT Repo

Compare Commits in GIT

Branching & Merging in GIT

Basics of Branches in GIT

Happy Path Merges in GIT

Auto Merge in GIT

Merge Conflicts & Resolution

GIT Rebase

GIT Merge vs GIT Rebase

GIT Rebase Example

Create Merge Conflicts in Rebase

Resolve Merge Conflicts in GIT Rebase

Rebase Remote Repository in GIT

GIT Stashing

GIT Stash with Example

Stash Untracked Files & Git Stash Pop

Manage Multiple Stash

Stashing into Branch

GIT Tagging

GIT Tagging Introduction

GIT Annotated Tags

Compare Tags in GIT

Tag a Specific Commit in GIT

Update Tags in GIT

GIT Common Mistakes and Fixes

Fixing Common Mistakes in GIT Part 1

Fixing Common Mistakes in GIT Part 2

Fixing Common Mistakes in GIT Part 3

Jenkins Section Introduction

Introduction to Continuous Integration

What is Jenkins | Jenkins Introduction

Course Code Base & Discussion Forum Links

Install Jenkins on Linux/Unix/Cloud Machine

$135 Digital Ocean Referral Link | Installation Steps

Download and Configure Jenkins on Windows

Text Direction : Download and Configure Jenkins on Windows

Download and Configure Jenkins on MAC OS

Text Direction : Download and Configure Jenkins on MAC OS

Java 9 & 10 Warning for Jenkins

Jenkins Getting Started | Get Jenkins Ready

Architectural Overview of Jenkins

Create Jenkins First Job

Continuous Integration with Jenkins

Jenkins Integration with GIT & GITHUB

Install Maven on Jenkin's Host Machine

Text Direction : Install Maven on Windows

Configure Jenkins with GIT & Maven

Create our First Maven-based Jenkins Job

TroubleShooting : Create our First Maven-based Jenkins Job

Source Code Polling in Jenkins

Text Direction : Add SSH Key in Local from GitHUB

Remote Build Trigger in Jenkins

Continuous Delivery with Jenkins

Archive Artefact in Jenkins

Install & Configure Tomcat in Staging Environment

Text Direction : Install & Configure Tomcat in Staging Environment

Text Direction : Install Tomcat on Windows

Deploy Staging Environment

Build Pipeline Plugin

Deploy to Production

Trouble Shooting: Deploy to Production

Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as Code

Jenkins Job DSL

Introduction to JENKINS Job DSL

Demo: Jenkins Job DSL with Maven Project

Jenkins as a Code Pipeline (DSL)

Jenkins As Code Pipeline Overview

Demo: Code Pipeline

Text Direction : Demo Code Pipeline

Automate Existing Maven Project Pipeline

Text Direction: Automate Existing Maven Project Pipeline

Distributed Builds in Jenkins

Distributed Builds Concept

Create and Configure Jenkins Slave

Text Direction : Create and Configure Jenkins Slave

Label Nodes & Concurrent Builds

Docker Setup and Installation

Available Docker Editions

Install Docker on Linux Machine

Docker Basics & Run Container

Docker File Basics | Introduction

Docker File Instructions | Construction Commands

Create Docker File of Our Project

Text Direction : Create Docker File of Our Project

Build and Tag Project Docker Image

Trouble Shooting: Build Docker Image

Execute Project in Docker

Parameterize Jenkins Jobs

Add Parameters In Jenkins Job

Add Choice Parameters

Add Logic with Boolean Parameter

Jenkins Security Aspects

Enable/Disable Login Jenkins

Allow User to Sign-Up Jenkins

Install Powerful Security Plugin

How to Create Users in Jenkins

Create & Assign Roles to Users

Creating Docker Containers : Start Like a Beginner

Check Docker Install and Configurations

Start Your First Container

Stop-Remove the Containers

Docker Internal Processing

Containers vs Virtual Machines

Assignment : Manage Multiple Containers

Assignment Answer : Manage Multiple Containers

Use Docker Containers : Advance

Docker CLI Monitoring

Start Container in Interactive Mode

Run Commands in Running Containers

Docker Networking

Docker Network : Introduction

Explore Container Networks

Docker Network CLI : List & Inspect

Docker Network : Create, Connect & Disconnect Network

Docker Network : DNS Concept

Docker Container Images : Beginning

What is Docker Image

Docker Hub Repository

Concept of Docker Image Layers

Docker Image Tagging

Upload Docker Image to Cloud

Docker Container Images : Build Images

Dockerfile Basics

Docker File Instructions

Create Custom Docker Image

Extend Official Docker Image

Assignment : Build Docker Image

Assignment Answer : Build Docker Image

Docker Containers : Manage Data

Persistent Data Problem

Persistent Data : Data Volumes

Persistent Data : Bind Mounts

Assignment : Data Volumes

Assignment Answer : Data Volumes

Assignment : Bind Mounts

Assignment Answer : Bind Mount

Docker Compose : Multi Container Tool

Docker Compose Introduction

Docker Compose YML File

Run MYSQL & WORDPRESS via Docker Compose

Docker Compose : Build Application From Scratch

Docker Swarm Introduction: Swarm Orchestration

Docker Swarm Introduction: Swarm Orchestration

Docker Swarm Terminology

Create Service on Docker Swarm

Create Docker Swarm Cluster

Text Direction : SetUp Docker on Swarm Docker Nodes

Busting 5 DevOps Myths

Docker Swarm Features and Applications

Networks in Docker Swarm

Docker Swarm Traffic Management

Assignment : Deploy Multi-Node Application in Docker Swarm

Assignment Answer : Deploy Multi-Node Application in Docker Swarm

Docker Swarm Stack Deployment : Multi Service Deployment

Docker Swarm Stacks

Docker Swarm Stack : Scale Application

Docker Swarm : Persistent Data Issue in Distributed Application

Swarm : Deploy Distributed Application

Docker Swarm Secrets Management : Protect Sensitive Data

Docker Swarm Secrets Introduction

Create Docker Service with Secrets

Deploy Stack with Swarm Secrets

Docker Swarm Service Management

ZeroDowntime Service Upgrade

HealthCheck in Docker Swarm

Container Placement in Docker Swarm

Service Constraints in YML File

Get Started with Kubernetes

Kubernetes Introduction & Uses

Kubernetes Architecture

Orchestration Giants : Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm

Setting-Up Kubernetes on local

Kubernetes SetUp

SetUp Kubernetes with MiniKube

Text Direction : SetUp Kubernetes with MiniKube

SetUp Kubernetes on AWS Cloud

Kops Introduction

Prepare AWS Environment for Kops

Text Direction : Prepare AWS Environment for Kops

Kubernetes Setup on AWS Cloud

Text Direction : Kubernetes SetUp on AWS Cloud

Build and Push Docker Custom Image

Run First Custom Image on Local Kubernetes

Text Direction: Run First Custom Image on Local Kubernetes

Run Custom Image on AWS Kubernetes

Text Direction : Run Custom Image on AWS Kubernetes

SetUp Kubernetes on Google Cloud

SetUp Kubernetes on GCP Cloud

Text Direction : SetUp Kubernetes on GCP Cloud

Run Custom Image on GCP Kubernetes

Text Direction : Run Custom Image on GCP Kubernetes

Basics of Kubernetes

Kubernetes Node Workflow

Scaling Pods in Kubernetes

Lab: Scaling Pods in Kubernetes with Replication Controller

Replica Set in Kubernetes

Deployment in Kubernetes

Lab : Deployment in Kubernetes

Basics of Kubernetes Part II

Services in Kubernetes

Lab : Services in Kubernetes

Labels in Kubernetes

Lab : Labels in Kubernetes

Liveness(HealthCheck) of Application in Kubernetes

Demo Liveness(HealthCheck) of Application in Kubernetes

Readiness in Kubernetes & Application

Lifecycle Of Pods in Kubernetes

Secrets in Kubernetes

Lab Secrets in Kubernetes

Kubernetes Advance Part I

Service Discovery using DNS

Lab : Service Discovery using DNS

ConfigMap in Kubernetes

Lab ConfigMap in Kubernetes

Ingress in Kubernetes

Lab Ingress in Kubernetes

Kubernetes Advance Part II

Volume in Kubernetes

EmptyDir Volume in Kubernetes

HostPath Volume in Kubernetes

Dynamic Volume Provisioning in Kubernetes

Dynamic Volume : Run WordPress On Kubernetes

Text Direction : Run WordPress On Kubernetes

Kubernetes Advance Part III

Pod Presets in Kubernets

Enable and Execute PodPrests in Kubernetes

StateFul Sets in Kubernetes

Deploy Cassandra In StateFul Set

DaemonSet In Kubernetes

Demo: DaemonSet In Kubernetes

Kubernetes Advance Part IV

AutoScaling in Kubernetes

Demo AutoScaling in Kubernetes

Affinity in Kubernetes

Demo Affinity in Kubernetes

Kubernetes Administration Part I

Architecture and Working Model Of Master Component

Manage Resource Quota in Kubernetes

Resource Quota in Kubernetes

Demo: Resource Quota in Kubernetes

User Management in Kubernetes

Role Base Access Control

Role Base Access Control Implementation

Kubernetes Administration Part II

Networking in Kubernetes

Node Management

Kubernetes In Production : High Availability

Demo : Kubernetes HA Deployment

Package & Deploy on Kubernetes : HELM

HELM : Introduction

Installing and Running HELM on Kubernetes

Text Direction : Installing and Running HELM on Kubernetes

Create & Deploy HELM Chart on Cluster

Text Direction : Create & Deploy HELM Chart on Cluster

Upload HELM Chart in S3 Bucket

Text Direction : Upload HELM Chart in S3 Bucket

Serverless Functions on Kubernetes

What is Serverless in Kubernetes

Kubeless Intro

Install Kubeless and Deploy Functions

Micro Services in Kubernetes

Introduction to Istio

Install Istio on Kubernetes

Text Direction : Install Istio on Kubernetes

Demo: Istio Enabled Application

Canary Deployments With Istio

Istio Retry Policy and Uses


Reviews

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Vikash9 October 2020

Not Useful. Explanation is very very bad. Waste of time. Also difficult to understand as very poor communication language with lots of grammatical errors has been used in this tutorial.

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Andrey7 October 2020

Unfortunately, I can not recommend this course as a DevOps course. This course is not really connected with DevOps practices and templates. Most of the lections just describe how to use Git, Docker, or Kubernetes without any connection to real DevOps practice. There is no any CI\CD examples start from git up to deploy in some cloud.

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Ajith12 September 2020

I liked the content of the course. It cleared a good number of doubts that I had. Thanks, Anshul for the amazing lecture.

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Akshay3 September 2020

Great Content, detailed explanation but I find there are 2 drawbacks 1) No English subtitles 2) Mistakes recorded before executing the correct commands. The overall course duration could have been shorter.

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Morris24 August 2020

Instructor is very detailed. Apart from his accent which obviously is not his fault, its clear that he knows what he is teaching. I am a very good listener so his accent is not a problem to me. I appreciate the time he spends in explaining every term and details. Its 44 hours simply because he put in a lot of time in breaking down every point and stage, somethings were repeated which is my form of learning, the repetitions helped it stick and gave me a better understanding. I can say this is the best DevOps course out there for now. He has done an excellent job.

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Armin23 February 2020

Videos are so long because of unimportant things like adding files and etc. also in some videos quality of voice is so poor

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Nikhil12 February 2020

Teaching is not clear, though instructor has good knowledge on topics he is not able to tell the things properly. Need to improve his language skill as well

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Subramanyam10 February 2020

White screen is getting displayed and the commands are not visible when the trainer is executing the commands in the video no:108 and some more videos. I am missing here most important topics in jenkins,docker

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Abhi29 January 2020

This is the worst course I have ever watched on any Educational Platform...The Instructor is not able to make his ideas clear in the video...Never ever buy this course if you are able to read this!!!

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Tom26 January 2020

The accent of the teacher is very hard to understand. I can't understand lots of key words which makes concepts harder to grasp. Good course otherwise.

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Yomna21 January 2020

I really enjoyed the course , Anshul is a perfect instructor that takes you step by step and you don't need a strong background to finish this course .

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Christiaan12 January 2020

I am not good at english, but this teacher is clear to understand, but sometimes the course could be a little bit faster. He also sums up and tells what to expect. And the material is easy to follow. But, hey, please use an external mic. When listening with headphones some parts really hurt when you are typing!!

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Duarte31 December 2019

The course teaches a lot of interesting technologies. However sometimes the topic is for people with no linux knowledge making it less interesting for advanced professionals. Also, it is too repetitive about some topics in different videos.

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Cash21 December 2019

He does the unforgivable. He makes an example and he makes errors in the script. When he tries it, it throws an error on the first of many. THEN, he magically fixes the rest of them and cuts it out of the video without saying anything about it! MAGIC it works. Be honest. Don't show crap that doesn't work then fix it while we aren't looking!

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Bashar15 December 2019

1- The trainer should do more effort in this, he should do a dry run before recording the video to avoid wasting time in troubleshooting. 2- he should be more focus how to deliver the message in shorter time.


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