About Digital Lync

Digital Lync

World #1 Real-Time DevOps Masters Program with Cloud

  • Program Includes DevOps, Azure DevOps, AWS DevOps
  • Online & ClassRoom Real-Time training
  • Project & Task Based Learning
  • 24/7 Learning Support with Dedicatd Mentors
  • Interviews, Jobs and Placement Support
50000 + Students Enrolled
4.7 Rating (500) Ratings
60 Days Duration

Job Roles After DevOps Masters with Cloud Training

  • DevOps Engineer
  • AWS DevOps Engineer
  • Azure DevOps Engineer
  • DevOps Consultant
  • System Administrator

DevOps Masters with Cloud Course Curriculum

It stretches your mind, think better and create even better.
Fundamentals of DevOps & Cloud

Web Application Architecture

Web Technologies

Web Technologies used in Projects

SDLC Methodologies

Waterfall Methodology

Agile Methodology

Scrum Framework

What is DevOps?

What is Cloud, SAAS, IAAS, PAAS?

What is Testing?

The Manifesto for Agile Software Development

The Principles behind the Agile Manifesto

Agile Approaches

Agile Frameworks

An overview of Scrum

The Scrum Roles & Responsibilities

The Scrum Artifacts

The Scrum Events

What are Azure Boards?

Why use Azure Boards?

Agile Project Management Best practices

Basic concepts of Azure Boards

Connecting Boards to GitHub

Work items

Kanban Boards


Scrum and Plans

Azure Boards Integrations

Version Control – GIT, GITHUB, Azure Repo

Centralized Version Control System

Distributed Version Control System

Git Introduction

Git Architecture

Git Workflow

Git Branching Model

Git Merging Branches

Detached Head for Retro scoping

Undoing Changes

Git Ignore

GitHub For Remote Repositories

Using existing GIT Repositories with Clone

Pull Requests


Repos For Remote Repositories

Using existing GIT Repositories with Clone

Pull Requests

Linux for DevOps & Cloud

Introduction to Operating Systems Introduction to Linux OS

Linux Distributions

Linux Architecture

Understanding Command Line Interface - CLI

Understanding Linux File System

Using Text Editor (vi)

File & Directory Management

Archive Files Using tar and zip utilities

Package Management

User Management

File Permissions

Service Management

Understand how IP addresses, ports, and DNS works

Load Balancers


Configure Firewalls to secure the application

Containerization & Orchestration : Docker, Kubernetes, AKS, EKS

Virtualization using Virtual Machines

Introduction to Containerization

Virtual Machines vs Docker

Docker Architecture

Components of Docker

Setting up Docker

Docker Registry

Docker Images Vs Docker Containers

Running Docker Containers

Docker Volumes

Containerize Applications

Creating Docker Container from Docker Image

Sharing images using Docker Hub

Deploying Docker applications using multiple containers

Running applications using Docker Compose

Docker Networks

Introduction to Container Orchestration

Container Orchestration Tools

Overview of Kubernetes

Kubernetes Architecture

Components of Kubernetes

Understanding Containers

Running Containers

Sustaining Containers

Running Pods of Containers

Clustering of Pods

Clustering of Containers

Replica Sets

Deployments and Services

Attaching Docker and Kubernetes

K8s Release Notes

Linking Kubernetes and Cloud Native

AKS Storage

AKS Virtual Nodes

Azure Container Registry for AKS

Azure AKS - Auto Scaling

CI/CD with AKS

Azure Monitoring Using AKS

K8S Introduction

Kubernetes Pods

Replica Set & Deployments

Kubernetes - Namespaces, Services and DNS

Kubernetes Storage

Kubernetes Security & RBAC

Azure DevOps (Application LifeCylce Managemnt)

What are Azure DevOps?

Azure Boards

Azure Repos

Azure Pipelines

Azure Test Plans

Azure Artifacts

Creating Pipelines in Azure DevOps

Connecting project in Azure DevOps

What are Azure Boards?

Why use Azure Boards?

Agile Project Management Best practices

Basic concepts of Azure Boards

Connecting Boards to GitHub

Work items

Kanban Boards


Scrum and Plans

Azure Boards Integrations

Introduction to Azure Repos

Compare TFVC and Git

Key Concepts in Azure Repos

Search your code in Repos

What is TFVC?

Azure Repos Integrations

What are Azure Pipelines?

Why use Azure Pipelines

Deploying to Azure

Key concepts in Pipelines

CI Triggers in pipelines

YAML Basics

Ecosystems and Integration

Setting up CI build

Adding Tests to the Pipeline

Agents and Tasks

What are Azure Artifacts?

Key concepts in Artifacts

Working with packages


Views and upstream sources

Connecting to Azure Pipelines

What are Azure test plans?

Exploratory and Manual testing

Test from Kanban board

Creating Test Plans

Testing Web Apps

CI/CD with AWS DevOps

CodeCommit - Overview

CodeCommit - First Repo

CodeCommit - HTTPS config

CodeCommit - clone, add, commit, push

CodeCommit - Branches and Pull Requests

CodeBuild - Overview

CodeBuild - First Build

CodeBuild - buildspec.yml

CodeBuild - Artifacts and S3

CodeDeploy - Overview

CodeDeploy - EC2 Setup

CodeDeploy - Deployment Configurations

CodeDeploy - appspec.yml

CodePipeline - Overview

CodePipeline - All Integrations

CodePipeline - Adding CodeCommit

CodePipeline - Adding CodeBuild

CodePipeline - Adding CodeDeploy

CI/CD With Jenkins

Overview and Flow of Continuous Integration

Benefits of Continuous Integration

Requirements of Continuous Integration

Build tools and Repository Manager for Continuous Integration

Overview of Continuous Deployment

Benefits of Continuous Deployment

Agile Mentality of Continuous Deployment

Tools for Continuous Deployment

Overview of Jenkins

Setting Up Jenkins

Setting Up Build Jobs

Build Parameters

Build Triggers

Jenkins Plugins

Jenkins Job DSL

Jenkins Pipelines

Jenkins Integrations

Advanced Jenkins Usage

Configuration Management with Ansible and Terraform

Complexity in Infrastructure Management

Introduction to Configuration Management Tools

PULL vs PUSH Based Configuration Management

Introduction To Ansible

Ansible Setup

Ansible Inventory

Ansible Modules

Ansible Ad-Hoc Commands

Introduction To YAML

Ansible Playbooks

Ansible Handlers

Ansible Facts & Variables

Ansible Templates

Ansible Roles

Terraform Installation

Understanding Terraform HCL

Terraform with AWS

Terraform with Ansible

Setup Highly Available Infrastructure Using Terraform

AWS Cloud

Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

Walk through AWS Free Tier Account

AWS Management Console

Cloud Offerings - Public vs Private vs Hybrid

Infrastructure As A Service - IAAS

Platform As A Service - PAAS

Software As A Service - SAAS

AWS Regions

AWS Availability Zones

VPC Components

Internet Gateway


Route Tables

Network Access Control List - NACL

Security Group

VPC Requirement

VPC Subnetting

VPC Requirement

Build Custom VPC

Introduction To EC2

EC2 Components

EC2 Instance Setup

SSH Clients

GitBash - Putty - Terminal

AWS Key Pairs

Apache Web Server Setup

Hosting Web Application

Public IP

Private IP

Elastic IP

Godaddy - DNS Setup

Configuring DNS for Website Mapping

Public Subnets

Private Subnets

Public Subnets vs Private Subnets

Bastion / Jump Server

NAT Gateway Intro

Setup NAT Gateway with Private Subnets

Install Application using NAT Gateway

Update Application Patches using NAT Gateway

Intro To Databases

IAAS Databases vs PAAS Database

Host IAAS Databases

Host PAAS Databases

Setup Web Application For IAAS DB

Setup Web Application For PAAS RDS

Azure Cloud

Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

Walk through Azure Free Tier Account

Overview of Azure Resource Manager

Cloud Offerings - Public vs Private vs Hybrid

Infrastructure As A Service - IAAS

Platform As A Service - PAAS

Software As A Service - SAAS

Azure Regions

Azure Availability Zones

Azure VNET Components

Creating a Virtual Network

Virtual Network Peering

Azure Bastion

Azure Load Balancer

Introduction To VM’s

Azure VM Components

Azure VM Setup

SSH Clients

GitBash - Putty - Terminal

Azure Key Pairs

Apache Web Server Setup

Hosting Web Application

Private IP

Static IP

Godaddy - DNS Setup

Configuring DNS for Website Mapping

Intro To Databases

Setup Database Instance

Setup Web Application For DB

Setup SQL Instance

Setup Web Application For SQL

Automation for DevOps - Shell Scripting and Python

Python as a Scripting Language

Python Collections and Sequences

Working with Python Collections

Python Functional Programming

Python File Handling

Python Modules and Packages

Classes in Python

Oops in Python

Application of Scripting Languages

Automation through Scripting Languages

Communication, Collaboration & Monitoring

Getting started with Slack

Starting with Channels

Working with Messages and Calls

Sharing Files and Conversations

Searching and Shortcuts in Slack

Slack Integrations with DevOps

Introduction to Monitoring

Introduction to Observability

Introduction to Prometheus

Working with Prometheus

Monitoring and Alerting

Internals – Storage and Security

Grafana Introduction

Grafana Overview and Overall Architecture

Installing Grafana on a Linux Server and Windows

Starting, Stopping Grafana Services on Windows

Installing Grafana on Docker

Creating Grafana Dashboards

Grafana User Interface Overview

Implementing Monitoring and Observability with Grafana

DevOps Real Time Projects

Project : 1

Cricket Technology Platform - CricClubs

CricClubs is one of the leading cricket technology platforms which helps all the stakeholders of cricket. Once after the project is done, you will be equipped with extensive knowledge of automated deployment using CI/CD pipeline.

DevOps Tools Used
GitHub Jenkins Docker Kubernetes Maven Terraform Sonarqube Nexus
Cloud Used: AWS
Author: Ganesh Nallapareddy Director: Sai Kumar Duration: 8 Hours
Project : 2

Learning Management System – Kona LMS

Kona LMS offers the best professional LMS made to cater to industry requirements. LMS Is built with State of Art technology. The project contains multiple activities such as automating infrastructure deployment, configuring and implementing CI/CD pipeline, and designing monitoring solutions.

DevOps Tools Used
Azure DevOps Docker Kubernetes Terraform Sonarqube Sonarqube
Cloud Used: Azure
Author: Manikanta Kona Director: Ravi Duration: 8 Hours
Project : 3

Build & Deploy Salesforce like CRM – Digital Lync

CRM stands for “customer relationship management” and it’s software that stores customer contact information. Using tools like Terraform, guidelines will be set for naming conventions, service plan levels, deployment locations and code repos.

DevOps Tools Used
Github Jenkins Docker Kubernetes Maven Terraform Sonarqube Nexus
Cloud Used: Azure
Author: Manikanta Kona Director: Ravi Krishna Duration: 8 Hours

Case Studies

Fullstack Case Flipkart

E-Commerce application such as Flipkart Developing an E2E E-commerce application using front end technologies such as HTML,CSS,BS, Angular and backend technologies such as NodeJS, MongoDB , Express etc.

Fullstack Case Netflix

How netflix did product transformation using full stack. How the development team provided better user experience for both mobile and desktop users by using prefetching techniques.

Our training is based on latest cutting-edge infrastructure technology which makes you ready for the industry. Digital-Lync will Present this certificate to students or employee trainees upon successful completion of the course which will encourage and add to trainee’s resume to explore a lot of opportunities beyond position

DevOps engineers who got trained from Digital Lync

Satish Korlapati

Senior Associate Consultant
DevOps engineers

Raveena Reddy

SRE/DevOps Engineer
DevOps engineers

Akhil Nagothu

Cloud Devops Engineer-2
DevOps engineers

Vijay Kumar Putturu

Cloud Devops Engineer
DevOps engineers

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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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