DevOps In Action
Absolutely practical use of Open Source software
in implementing the best DevOps practices
DevOps In Action
DevOps, DevSecOps, NoOps, GitOps and more In Action! Learn how the best DevOps practices and Open Source tools can give you and your application a new lease of life!
Throughout the course, participants will build fully automated enterprise-grade deployment pipeline for arbitrary application and its infrastructure using the best DevOps practices leveraging the most popular Open Source tools, clouds, and containers.
Discover cutting edge Open Source software role in defining innovative future. This training workshop is a brave attempt to teach thinking out of the box. Technology blows fresh air into your sail but you need to learn how to steer the boat and this is the training objective.
DevOps in Action
1. Introduction – PLAN
2. Rapid prototyping – PROTOTYPE
3. Source Code Management – CODE
4. Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) – BUILD
5. Testing and Auditing – TEST
6. Credentials – SECURE
7. Artifact Management – RELEASE
8. Containerized Deployment – DEPLOY/TEST
9. Infrastructure as Code – DEPLOY/INFRA
10. Configuration/State Management – DEPLOY/APP
11. Production-Grade Deployment – DEPLOY/PROD
12. Monitoring and Alerting – MONITOR
13. Automating Operations – OPERATE
14. Implementing DevSecOps – HARDEN
Red Hat Certified Architect Level XII
Splunk Certified Architect
3+ confirmed participants are required to run this workshop
DevOps In Action focuses on the best practices, Open Source tools and their integration into delivery pipelines. It is neither intended nor possible to deep dive into every tool. However, you will understand their purpose in the context of DevOps loop and the fact that each can be replaced by some other.
Agenda is prone to change due to the fact that software is evolving fast and we strongly prefer those “as code” capable.
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