About Digital Lync

Digital Lync

CloudOps Masters training
in Hyderabad

  • Get Certified at the Best CloudOps Masters Institute
  • Get trained by industry experts.
  • CloudOps Masters Classroom and Online training.
  • 6+ Real-time projects
  • Real time projects, Interviews and Job Support
25000+ Students Enrolled
4.7 Rating (500) Ratings
45 Days Duration

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Roles for CloudOps Masters Courses
  • DevOps Engineer
  • Cloud Architect
  • Cloud Engineer
  • Technology Consultant Cloud Masters/DevOps
  • Systems Engineer

Why Cloud Masters Program?

  • Learn Think of a business that relies on quick, agile decisions to stay competitive, and most likely data masters analytics is involved in making that business tick. 53% Of Companies Are Adopting Cloud Masters
  • Acces The average base pay for at least six big data skills itself is well over $120,000 a year.
  • Keyfeature Cloud Masters has seen massive exponential growth leading to numerous career opportunities.

Why Cloud Masters Program at Digital Lync?

  • Learn Digital Lync offers one of the best Cloud Masters Program in Hyderabad with a comprehensive course curriculum.
  • Acces Elevate your practical knowledge with quizzes, assignments, Competitions and Hackathons to give a boost to your confidence with our hands-on CLoud Masters Training.
  • Acces Cloud Masters Program in Hyderabad at Digital lync makes you industry ready with coaching sessions, interview prep advice, and resume with 1-1 Mentoring.

Course Curriculum

It stretches your mind, think better and create even better.

Introduction to Linux OS

File & Directory Management

Vi Text Editor

Utility Commands


User Group Management

File Permissions

Package & Service Management

Misc Commands

Introduction to LAMP

Apache Web Server

Web Application Hosting


MySQL DB Setup

Nginx Load Balancing

Content Management System - Wordpress

Introduction to Version Control System

Centralized Version Control System

Distributed Version Control System

Introduction to Git

Git Workflow


Git Ignore

Stashing Changes

Detached Head

Undoing changes

Source Code Repositories

Github Remote


Introduction to Build Management

Build Tools History


Building Projects using Ant

Introduction to Maven

Maven Objectives

Maven Central

Maven Build Lifecycle

Maven Projects Setup

Building Projects using Maven

Introduction to Code Analysis

SonarQube Setup

Analyzing Source Code

Integration with Maven

Introduction to Binary Repositories

Nexus Setup

Creating Repositories

Pushing build artifacts to Nexus

Introduction to Continuous Integration & Delivery

Overview of Jenkins

Jenkins Setup

Plugins and its uses

Setting up your Build Jobs

Jenkins security

Automated Builds using web hooks

Code Quality Integration

Integrating Nexus

Distributed Builds / Master-Slave Configuration

Performing Continuous Delivery

Implementing Pipelines

Introduction to Virtualization

Introduction to Vagrant

Vagrant Terminologies

Vagrant System Commands

Vagrant Plugins

Vagrant Providers & Provisioners

Introduction to Containerization

Monolithic vs Microservices Architecture

Virtualization vs Containerization

Docker Architecture

Docker Setup

Docker Registry, Image & Container

Managing Containers Life Cycle

Data Persistency & Docker Volumes

Networking with docker

Working with Docker images

Setting up three tier Application using docker

Building Custom Images

Introduction to Configuration Management

Configuration Management Advantages

Push Based vs Pull Based

Infrastructure As Code

Chef Architecture

Chef Server Setup

Chef Workstation Setup

Chef Distribution Kit

Chef Resources

Chef Cookbooks

Chef Attributes

Chef Roles

Chef Environments

Chef Supermarket

Chef Data bags

Introduction to Ansible

Ansible vs Other Tools

Introduction to YAML

Ansible Setup

Ansible Inventories

Ansible Ad-hoc Commands

Ansible Modules

Ansible Playbooks

Ansible Templates

Ansible Facts & Variables

Ansible Roles

Ansible Vault

Kubernetes Introduction

Kubernetes Architecture

Kubernetes Setup

Pods, Services, Replication Controllers & Labels

Networking, Load Balancers

Updates, Auto scaling

Deployments, Jobs

Storage & Running Stateful Applications

Monitoring & Logging

Fundamentals of Cloud

Fundamentals of Virtualization

Cloud Service Offerings

Cloud Deployment Models

History and Evolution of Cloud Masters

Overview of Cloud Masters Products and Services

Walk through of Cloud Masters Free Tier Account

Cloud Masters Global Infrastructure

Cloud Masters Terminologies

Account & Services Layer

IAM Overview

IAM Policies

IAM Users

IAM Groups

IAM Roles

IAM Best Practices

Hands On

Creating an IAM Policy

Creating an IAM User

Creating an IAM Group

Creating an IAM Role

Networking Layer

Traditional Network Components

Amazon VPC Overview

VPC Features

Default VPC vs Custom VPC

VPC Routing Basics



Route Tables


Security Groups

VPC Best Practices

Hands On

Creating a custom VPC

Creating an Elastic IP Address

Creating Subnets

Creating Internet Gateways

Creating Route Tables

Creating a Security Group

Network ACL Overview

Virtualization basics

Amazon EC2 Overview

Amazon Machine Images (AMI)

EC2 Instance Types

EC2 Purchase Options

Userdata & Metadata

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

EBS Snapshots

Placement Groups


EC2 Best Practices

Hands On

Launch and connect to an EC2 Linux instance

Launch and connect to an EC2 Windows instance

Attaching EBS Volumes

EBS Snapshots

Create an AMI

Copy AMI & Snapshots to other regions

Userdata & Metadata


High Available VPC Design

Introduction to Load Balancing

Generic Load Balancer - NGINX

Classic Load Balancer

Network Load Balancer

Application Load Balancer

Hands on

Implementing Generic Load Balancer - NGINX

Implementing Classic Load Balancer

Implementing Network Load Balancer

Implementing Application Load Balancer

Introduction to Fault Tolerance

Launch Configuration

Auto Scaling Group

Hands on

Auto Scaling

Attach Load Balancer to Auto Scaling

VPC Peering

Bastion Hosts

Nat Gateway

Hands on

VPC Peering

Bastion Hosts

Nat Gateway

Databases Overview

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon Redshift

Amazon ElastiCache

Databases best practices

Hands On

Amazon RDS

Amazon S3 Overview

S3 Buckets

Version Control

Amazon S3 Lifecycle Management

CloudFront and CDNs

Security and Encryption

Import/Export & Snowball

Amazon S3 Best Practices

Hands On

Create and access an Amazon S3 Bucket

Amazon S3 Version Control

Amazon S3 Lifecycle Management

Amazon CloudFront

Security and Encryption

Amazon Route 53 Overview

Amazon Route 53 and DNS

Route 53 Routing Policies

Route 53 best practices

Route 53 costs and prices

Practice Assignment: Amazon Route 53 Hosted Zone

Hands On

Route 53 Hosted Zones Demo

Simple Notification Service-SNS

Simple Queue Service-SQS

Simple Workflow Service-SWF

Monitoring - Cloudwatch

Auditing - Cloudtrail

Hands On

Amazon SNS



Elastic Beanstalk



Elastic Map Reduce

Hybrid Systems

Motivation & Applicability to various domains ,Installation & Setting up path Input / Output

Keywords and Identifiers , Variables and Data Types

Conditional Statements

Looping , Control flow (along with loops)

Strings and Features

String Manipulation , Functions

Lists and Features

List Functions

List Comprehension

Tuple and Features

Functions and Methods


Sets and Frozen sets

Working with Lists and Tuples

Working with Dictionaries

Working with Sets and Frozen Sets

Types of functions

Function Arguments

Anonymous functions

Exception Handling

Try & finally clause

User Defined Exceptions

File operations Part - 1

File operations Part - 2

Modules , Importing module , Packages

Math , Random and OS module

Classes and objects



Data hiding (Abstraction)


Live Projects

Cloud Masters

Designing Highly Available and Secured Virtual Private Cloud

This Project will showcase how network can be build on Cloud Masters.
Concepts Used : VPC, Subnets, Route Tables, NACL's, Security Groups

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Cloud Masters

Server Management on Cloud Masters

This Project will showcase how to host and manage the servers on Cloud Masters.
Concepts Used : EC2, AMI's, EBS Snapshots

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Cloud Masters

Designing High Availability For Applications

This Project will showcase how an application will get high availability using Load Balancers
Concepts Used : VPC, EC2, ELB

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Cloud Masters

Designing Fault Tolerance For Applications

This Project will showcase how to achieve fault tolerance for applications using Auto Scaling.
Concepts Used : CloudWatch, ELB, Auto Scaling

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Cloud Masters

Designing a Highly Available, Fault Tolerant, Secured and Scalable Static Applications on Cloud Masters

This Project will showcase how to Host Static...

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Cloud Masters

Designing a Highly Available, Fault Tolerant, Secured and Scalable Dynamic Applications on Cloud Masters

This Project will showcase how to Host Dynamic...

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Case Studies

Capital One - DevOps Teams
Capital One - DevOps Teams Move Faster Than Ever

Capital One is well known for its early adoption of new technologies to help it transform the banking customer experience. The company’s recent embrace of DevOps is just the latest step.
DevOps, which uses automation of new code to achieve faster development cycles and more frequent, more reliable releases, is a natural fit for a company that wants to be as responsive to customer feedback as possible.

CloudOps Masters Courses
Netflix - On-Demand Infrastructure on Cloud

Netflix is showcased as the DevOps dream. And there is no lack of examples demonstrating how their environment fires on all cylinders (and all the cool things they are doing).
From its roots as a DVD rental business, Netflix introduced its online streaming offering2 in 2007. Since then, it has grown to a position where in 2015 the service accounted for over 36% of downstream Internet traffic in North America3 in 2015. And in 2017 its users streamed a little over a billion hours of content each week.


Our Cloud Masters training has precisely been developed to reach out to the demand of the learners with keeping in mind the industry standards.
This Cloud Master course will particularly be helpful for the career advancement of the following audience -

Graduates from the 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 Cloud Masters 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 Cloud Masters training.

Cloud Masters 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.

Cloud Masters Course duration is 50 hours.

Weekday Cloud Masters Training classes will be one hour long and Weekend classes will be three hours long.

Please find the detailed Cloud Masters course curriculum in the Digital Lync Cloud Masters training curriculum section.

Yes, we will assist our students with all the interview preparation techniques.

Life at Digital Lync

Life at Digital Lync

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