Certificate in DevOps

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive a.) Online e Learning Access (LMS)    b.) Hard copy - study material
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification


$49.00 /-
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DevOps is becoming a reality in the IT workplace. Being able to master and manage the basic tools for DevOps is the first step towards success. This video course follows a unique approach to modern DevOps using cutting-edge tools and technologies such as Ansible, Kubernetes, and Google Cloud Platform.

Why should one take Vskills DevOps Certification?

The certification is suitable for IT Professionals, programmers and graduates wanting to excel in DevOps. This course will help you to implement a complete DevOps cycle in your existing IT environment. Each section of this course will help you implement the DevOps culture in your professional environment.

Earning Vskills DevOps Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.

Who will benefit from taking Vskills DevOps Certification?

Job seekers looking to find employment in IT or software development companies, students who want to learn and implement DevOps technologies.

DevOps Table of Contents

https://www.vskills.in/certification/devops-table-of-contents

DevOps Sample Questions

https://www.vskills.in/certification/devOps-sample-questions

DevOps Practice Test

https://www.vskills.in/practice/devops-practice-questions

DevOps Interview Questions

https://www.vskills.in/interview-questions/management-interview-questions/devops-interview-questions

Companies that hire DevOps Professionals

There is a huge demand for DevOps professionals all across the globe. Companies like Google, Flipkart, TCS & Cognizant, IBM, Infosys, IBA etc are looking for certified professionals.


DevOps Related Blogs

Checkout the latest online blogs on DevOps.

DevOps Jobs

Checkout the various job openings for DevOps Professionals, click here..

DevOps Internships

Vskills runs its flagship internship programme where bright interns work with academic council, click to know more details..

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TABLE OF CONTENT


Introduction to the Course

  • Introduction to the Course
  • DevOps Introduction
  • What Is DevOps and Tools Covered
  • Resources
  • Create an AWS Account

Git and GitHub

  • Git Introduction
  • Content Overview
  • Before Starting with the Course
  • About Your Trainer
  • What Is Version Control System and Why Git
  • Install Git on Window
  • Set Up an EC2 Instance and Install Git
  • Working with Git Bash
  • Creating a Repository on Git
  • Git Workflow
  • Working with Git Stages
  • Compare Code Changes with Different Git Stages
  • Compare Code Changes with Different Local Commits
  • Why Do We Need GitHub
  • Creating GitHub Account
  • Creating a Repo on GitHub Account
  • Cloning a Repo from GitHub
  • Push Code onto Remote Repository
  • Working with Other Developer Code
  • Git Clone Versus Git Pull
  • Unable to Push Changes onto Remote Repository
  • Connecting to GitHub Using SSH
  • Map Local Repo with Remote Repository - Git Remote Add
  • How a Java Developer Pushes Code onto a Remote Repository
  • Working with Commits on Git
  • Know Information about Specific Commit on Git
  • Working with Commits on GitHub
  • Commit Changes Directly on GitHub
  • Why Do We Need Branches on Git
  • Branches in DevOps Workflow
  • Working with Branches on GitHub
  • Working with Branches on Git
  • Committing Changes on Branches
  • Merge Changes onto Master Branch
  • Resolving Merge Conflicts
  • Forking a Repository
  • Creating Pull Request (PR)
  • Working with Private Repositories
  • Adding Collaborator to a Repository
  • Creating Protected Branches
  • Tagging a Commit
  • Revert Changes from Working Directory
  • Reverting Changes from Staging Area and Local Repo
  • Using .Gitignore File
  • Git Rebase Command
  • Git Fetch Versus Git Pull
  • Introduction to Git Project
  • Set Up Git Repository and Branches for New Project
  • Allowing Developers to Check-In Code
  • Enabling DevOps Workflow on Dev Environment
  • Pull Request (PR) to Merge Code from Dev Branch to UAT Branch
  • Release Code onto Production

Maven

  • Introduction to Maven
  • Topics Covered
  • What Is Maven
  • How Maven Helps a DevOps Engineer
  • Resource to Start
  • About this Section
  • Java Installation on Windows
  • Eclipse Installation
  • Create First Maven Project
  • Maven Coordinates
  • Default Directory Structure
  • Steps Involved in Building a Java Project
  • Maven Goals
  • Maven Goals in Action
  • What Is Pom.xml and How It Works
  • Transitive Dependency
  • Maven Repositories
  • Maven Goals - Deploy Goal for Local Repository
  • Push Maven Project onto GitHub
  • Prepare Maven Server
  • Prerequisites to Set Up Maven
  • Set Up Maven
  • Build Maven Project on Linux
  • Maven - Command Maven Goals
  • Create a Project with Maven Archetype
  • Plugins and Dependencies in pom.xml
  • Settings.xml File
  • Tomcat Server Configurations
  • Deploy War on Tomcat Server
  • Maven in DevOps Workflow
  • Set Up Jenkins Server
  • Add Maven Build Server as an Agent to Jenkins
  • Build a Java Project on Agent Server
  • Build a War File on Agent Node (Maven Server)

Artifactory

  • Artifactory Setup and Integration with Jenkins

Jenkins

  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • Create the First Jenkins Job, Jenkins Job with Parameters
  • Run Maven Job, Deploy on Maven
  • Jenkins Master and Slave Configuration
  • GitHub Webhook, DSL Job
  • Jenkins Pipeline
  • Integrating Artifactory with Jenkins

SonarQube

  • Introduction to SonarQube
  • SonarQube Installation
  • Console Overview
  • SonarQube Installation with PostgreSQL Database
  • SonarQube Integration with Jenkins
Ansible
  • Introduction and Lab Setup
  • Adhoc Commands, Inventory, and ansible.cfg
  • Write Ansible Playbook
  • Conditions
  • Variables, Tomcat Setup
  • Ansible Vault and Roles
  • Set Up Jenkins Using Ansible, Ansible Galaxy, CI/CD Job to Set Up Tomcat and Deploy War File
  • Ansible Inventory

Docker

  • Introduction to Docker and Kubernetes
  • Docker Introduction
  • Docker Basic Commands and DockerHub Introduction
  • Docker Images and Docker Networks Introduction
  • Docker Networks and Docker Volumes Introduction
  • Docker Volumes
  • Dockerfile
  • Docker Compose and Docker Swarm

Kubernetes

  • Introduction to Kubernetes
  • Installation of Kubernetes Using (Minikube and Kubeadm)
  • Create Google Cloud Account and Initializing Kubernetes Cluster
  • Install Google Cloud Command Line Tool and Create the Cluster
  • Kubernetes Objects
  • Replication Controller and Cluster IP Service
  • How to Configure NodePort IP and Load Balancer
  • Namespace and Services
  • ConfigMaps
  • Helm Charts
  • Kubernetes - Volumes
  • Physical Volume (PV) and Physical Volume Claim (PVC)
  • Dynamic Provisioning
  • Create PVC and Access from POD, Created Jenkins Server
  • Install Git, Maven, Docker and Configure It with Helm
  • CI (Continuous Integration) Job and Deploying Java Application to the Kubernetes Cluster
  • CD (Continuous Deployment) to the Helm
  • Horizontal Pod Autoscaler
  • Memory and EFK

Prometheus

  • Prometheus Setup
  • Grafana Setup

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