Lesson 1: What is Azure DevOps
Lesson 2: Azure DevOps Features
Lesson 3: Azure DevOps Tools
Lesson 2: Project Lifecycle
Lesson 3: Creating Azure Project
Lesson 4: Migrating to Azure DevOps
Lesson 1: Transformation Planning
Lesson 2: Project Selection
Lesson 3: Team Structures
Lesson 4: Working with Work Items
Lesson 5: Epics, Feature, User Story, Task, Bug & Test Cases
Lesson 6: Linking Items
Lesson 7: Collaborate with Team Members
Lesson 8: Planning with Sprints
Activity guide: Agile Planning and Portfolio Management with Azure Boards
Lesson 1: What is Source Control
Lesson 2: Benefits of Source Control
Lesson 3: Types of Source Control Systems
Lesson 4: Introduction to Azure Repos
Lesson 5: Introduction to GitHub
Lesson 6: Migrating from Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) to Git in Azure Repos
Lesson 1: How to Structure Your Git Repo
Lesson 2: Git Branching Workflows
Lesson 3: Collaborating with Pull Requests in Azure Repos
Lesson 4: Why Care About Git Hooks
Lesson 5: Fostering Inner Source
Lesson 6: Managing Git Repositories
Activity Guide: Version Controlling with Git in Azure Repos
Lesson 1: The Concept of Pipelines in DevOps
Lesson 2: Azure Pipelines
Lesson 3: Evaluate use of Hosted versus Self-Hosted Agents
Lesson 4: Agent Pools
Lesson 5: Pipelines and Concurrency
Lesson 6: Azure DevOps and Open-Source Projects (Public Projects)
Lesson 7: Azure Pipelines YAML versus Visual Designer
Activity Guide: Configuring Agent Pools and Understanding Pipeline Styles
Lesson 1: Continuous Integration Overview
Lesson 2: Implementing a Build Strategy
Lesson 3: Integration with Azure Pipelines
Lesson 4: Integrating External Source Control with Azure Pipelines
Lesson 5: Set Up Self-Hosted Agents
Activity Guide: Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Pipelines
Activity Guide: Integrating External Source Control with Azure Pipelines
Lesson 1: Introduction to Security
Lesson 2: Implement a Secure Development Process
Lesson 3: Rethinking Application Configuration Data
Lesson 4: Manage Secrets, Tokens, and Certificates
Lesson 5: Integrating with
Identity Management Systems
Lesson 6: Implementing Application Configuration
Activity Guide: Integrating Azure Key Vault with Azure DevOps
Lesson 1: Overview of Testing in Azure DevOps
Lesson 2: Add Unit Test to your Application
Lesson 3: Integrating Unit Test with CI Pipeline
Lesson 4: Add the Test Widget to Dashboard
Lesson 5: Perform Code Coverage Testing in Azure DevOps
Lesson 1: Packaging Dependencies
Lesson 2: Package Management
Lesson 3: Migrating and Consolidating Artifacts
Lesson 4: Package Security
Lesson 5: Implementing a Versioning Strategy
Activity Guide: Package Management with Azure Artifacts
Lesson 1: Introduction to Continuous Delivery
Lesson 2: Release Strategy Recommendations
Lesson 3: Building a High-Quality Release pipeline
Lesson 4: Choosing the Right Release Management Tool
Activity Guide: Controlling Deployments using Release Gates
Activity Guide: Creating a Release Dashboard
Lesson 1: Create a Release Pipeline
Lesson 2: Provision and Configure Environments
Lesson 3: Manage and Modularize Tasks and Templates
Lesson 4: Configure Automated Integration and Functional Test Automation
Lesson 5: Automate Inspection of Health
Activity Guide: Configuring Pipelines as Code with YAML
Activity Guide: Setting up and Running Functional Tests
Lesson 1: Introduction to Key Vault
Lesson 2: Secrets VS Keys
Lesson 3: Creating a Key Vault Service & Add Keys and Secrets
Lesson 4: System
Assigned & User Assigned Managed Identity
Lesson 5: Upstream Sources & View
Lesson 1: Introduction to Azure Artifacts
Lesson 2: Publish & Download Build Artifacts
Lesson 3: Publish & Download Pipeline Artifacts
Lesson 4: Working with Feed & NuGet Packages
Lesson 5: Reference Key Vault in ARM Template
Lesson 1: Build & Publish Docker Image to Docker Hub using Azure Pipeline
Lesson 2: Build & Publish Docker Image to Azure Container Registry using Azure Pipelines
Lesson 3: Deploying to Web APP
Lesson 4: Deploying a Docker Container in VM or Local Machine using Docker Compose
Lesson 1: Azure Kubernetes Service
Lesson 2: Kubernetes Tooling
Lesson 3: Integrating AKS with Pipelines
Activity Guide: Deploying a Multi-Container Application to Azure Kubernetes Service
Azure Pipeline is used to implement the continuous integration and continuous deployment in any organization. In order to use the tool, automated deployment must be done. In this project, you will be following the process of deploying application to execute full-fledged CI & CD. Once after the project is done, you will be equipped with extensive knowledge of automated deployment using the specific pipeline.
Docker images can get obsolete from time to time. It is advisable to create images for websites and applications in such a way that they can be rebuilt frequently based on the occurring changes. Docker files facilitate the generation of images for Python applications acting as an in-platform.
EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) is a fully managed service from AWS that enables the usage of command line utilities like kubectl and eksctl for launching an EKS cluster. The service also helps in providing of Kubernets deployment, pod running of eCommerce applications and creating load balancer service- for exposing the application on the web.
The project is about deployment of application services using REACT framework reinforced with a Local Git. Using tools like Terraform, guidelines will be set for naming conventions, service plan levels, deployment locations and code repos.
The Capstone project is the main and the final project that offers hands-on environment which validates the knowledge and skills that are learnt through DevOps course. The project contains multiple activities such as automating infrastructure deployment, configuring and implementing CI/CD pipeline, and designing monitoring solutions.
Improving agility of Salesforece by deploying DevOps solutions based on the AWS systems to improve development governance, automation and bring new applications and services online more quickly.
Emphasizing on the DevOps in AppCloud approach to build on the concept of agile development and focusing on open, collaborative methods of automation to increase the speed and flexibility with features and services.
Our DevOps training has precisely been developed to reach out to the demand of the learners with keeping in mind the industry standards. This DevOps course will particularly be helpful for the career advancement of the following audience -
Graduates from College.
Currently working employees looking to upskill themselves.
Candidates looking for a change in the IT Field.
As such, there are no specific prerequisites for DevOps Training in Hyderabad. If you are familiar with programming and foundation skills with a sense of curiosity and willingness to learn you are all set for the DevOps training.
DevOps Training Classes are conducted over the Weekdays and Weekends through classroom and online sessions. Please get in touch with the Digital Lync team to get exact schedule and timings.
DevOps Course duration is 50 hours.
Weekday DevOps Training classes will be one hour long and Weekend classes will be three hours long.
Please find the detailed DevOps course curriculum in the Digital Lync DevOps training curriculum section.
Yes, we will assist our students with all the interview preparation techniques.
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After Taking Devops Training in Hyderabad , I got placed in as a DevOps Engineer. Digital Lync has helped me a lot to unleash my potential.
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