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DevOps Certification Training Course

Course Description

DevOps Certification Training Course

Simplilearn’s DevOps Certification Training Course will enable you to prepare you for a career in DevOps, a fast-growing field that bridges the gap between software developers and operations professionals. Learn the DevOps tools and methodologies with this online DevOps training and excel for your next role as a DevOps practitioner.

DevOps Certification Course Overview

DevOps certification training helps you gain expertise in the principles of continuous development and deployment, automation of configuration management, inter-team collaboration, & IT service agility, using DevOps tools like Git, Docker, Jenkins, Cucumber, Ansible, TeamCity, & Nagios. You will learn the various aspects of DevOps delivery model.


This DevOps Online Training will be suitable for software developers, technical project managers, architects, operations support, deployment engineers, IT managers, and development managers.


Learners taking this online DevOps training course must be from a technical background with an understanding of Linux fundamentals, Web Development fundamentals, and Java fundamentals.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 – Course Introduction


Lesson 02 – Introduction to DevOps

1.01 Learning Objectives
1.02 DevOps Overview
1.03 Relationship between Agile and DevOps
1.04 DevOps Toolchain
1.05 DASA DevOps Principles
1.06 Challenges with the Traditional Approach
1.07 Addressing Challenges through DevOps
1.08 DevOps Approach to the challenges
1.09 Overview of DevOps Tools
1.10 Best Practices for DevOps
1.11 Categories of DevOps Tools
1.12 DevSecOps and Its Manifesto
1.13 Workflow of DevOps and DevSecOps
1.14 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check

Lesson 03 – Version Control Systems

2.01 Learning Objectives
2.02 Overview of Version Control Systems
2.03 Role of Version Control Systems
2.04 Types of Control Systems and Their Supporting Tools
2.05 Overview of Git
2.06 Overview of Source code and Version Control Hosts
2.07 Deploy the Files to GitHub via Git
2.08 Assisted Practice: Deploy to GitHub via Git
2.09 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Deploy the Files to Bitbucket via Git.

Lesson 04 – Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Build Tools

3.01 Learning Objectives
3.02 Overview and Importance of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
3.03 Overview and Features of Jenkins
3.04 Set up Jenkins
3.5 Assisted Practice: Install and Configure Jenkins
3.06 Overview and the Features of TeamCity
3.07 Set up TeamCity
3.09 Build Tools and Their Uses
3.10 Continuous Integration with Jenkins and Maven
3.11 Assisted Practice- Continuous Integration with Jenkins, Git, and Maven
3.12 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Continuous Integration with Jenkins, Git, and Maven

Lesson 05 – Software and Automation Testing Frameworks

4.01 Learning Objectives
4.02 Software Testing Overview
4.03 Testing Levels Approaches and Automation Tools
4.04 Test-Driven Development Approaches and JUnit5
4.05 Test-Driven Development Approach with JUnit5
4.6 Assisted Practice: TDD with JUnit
4.7 Assisted Practice: Cucumber Installation
Behavior-Driven Development Principles Cucumber and Its Applications
4.09 Behavior-Driven Development Approach with Cucumber
4.10 Assisted Practice: Cucumber with JavaScript
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Behaviour-driven Development Approach with Java and Kotlin

Lesson 06 – Configuration Management Tools

5.01 Learning Objectives
5.02 Overview of Configuration Management Tools
5.03 Managing Infrastructure
5.04 Types of Configuration Management Tools
5.05 Overview of Puppet
5.06 Demonstrate Puppet Configuration
Overview of Chef
Demonstrate Chef Configuration
5.11 Overview of Ansible
5.12 Set Up Apache Web Server Using Ansible
5.13 Assisted Practice: Setup Apache Web Server Using Ansible
5.14 Overview of SaltStack
5.15 Comparison of Ansible Puppet Chef and SaltStack
5.16 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Set Up MySQL database using Ansible

Lesson 07 – Containerization with Docker

6.01 Learning Objectives
6.02 Overview of Docker
6.03 Overview of Virtualization
6.04 Docker Installation on Multiple OS
6.05 MySQL Database in Docker Container
6.06 Assisted Practice: Run MySQL database in Docker Container
6.07 Docker Installation on Multiple OS
6.08 Using Docker Compose to Manage a Container
6.09 Assisted Practice: Docker Compose wit Centos
6.10 Docker Registry
6.11 Run Docker Registry with Centos
6.12 Assisted Practice: Docker Registry with Centos
6.13 Docker Networking
6.14 Demonstrate Docker Networking with Two SSHs
6.15 Assisted Practice: Docker Networking with 2 SSHs
6.16 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Build a Docker Image and Deploy to the Docker Hub

Lesson 08 – Continuous Monitoring

7.01 Learning Objectives
7.02 Overview of Continuous Monitoring
7.03 Types of Monitoring Systems
7.04 Demonstrate Nagios
7.05 Working with Nagios Monitoring Tool
7.06 Assisted Practice: Working with Nagios Monitoring Tool
7.07 Overview of Grafana
7.08 ELK Stack
7.09 Key Takeaways
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Add a Node in Nagios Monitoring Tool

Lesson 09 – Need of Cloud in DevOps

8.01 Learning Objectives
8.02 Overview of Cloud Computing
8.03 Cloud Services and Models
8.04 Using AWS in DevOps
8.05 Kubernetes
8.06 Add a Linux Node to the Kubernetes Cluster
8.08 Key Takeaways
8.07 Assisted Practice: Install Kubernetes, Pod Configuration, and Joining another Linux node to cluster
Knowledge Check
Lesson-end Project: Host Docker on a Kubernetes Cluster

Lesson 10 -Practice Projects

Manage and Monitor the docker containers with dry tool
Automated delivery of WordPress Application on Kubernetes


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