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Course Overview

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certification is fast becoming the must have certificates for any IT professional working with AWS. This course is designed to help you pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) – Associate Exam. Even if you have never logged in to the AWS platform before, by the end of our AWS training you will be able to take the CSA exam. No programming knowledge needed and no prior AWS experience required. You will be in high demand by many employers and you can command a superior salary.

In this course we will start with a broad overview of the AWS platform and then deep dive into the individual elements of the AWS platform. You will explore EC2, S3, Cloud formation, Autoscaling, Load Balancing, RDS, RedShift, DynamoDB, EMR, VPC, SNS etc

1. Puppet Fundamentals and Advanced
2. Docker “Everything You Need to Know”
3. Docker Clustering
4. Jenkins – Understanding Continuous Integrations

1. Introduction to Puppet and the story behind it’s invention
2. Competitors and where puppet fares compared with them
3. Understanding the puppet architecture
4. Installation and Configuration of Puppet Server
5. We will install and configure a Puppet agent
6. Generating Agent Certificates and troubleshooting
7. Understanding puppet Core resource types
8. Facter and it’s importance in Puppet architecture
9. Start writing Puppet manifests —> .pp files
10. Writing puppet code in Classes —-> .pp
11. Writing puppet code for modules in puppet style module structure .
12. Understanding Puppet modules structure
13. How do we deploy modules from Puppet server
14. Analysing the puppet run reports from the Console or Puppet GUI
15. Puppet Environments
16. Git Internals —-> Version Control Software
17. How do we install r10k tool —> ruby based package also called as gem
18. R10k Integration with Git repositories.
19. Hiera
20. Puppet MCollective —> Live Orchestration tool

1. Learning the Basics of Docker:
2. Introduction to Docker
3. Containers vs Virtual Machines
4. Docker Architecture
5. Docker Hub
6. Docker Installation
7. Creating Our First Image
8. Working with Multiple Images
9. Packaging a Customised Container
10. Running Container Commands with Docker
11. Exposing Our Container with Port Redirects
12. Docker Builds and Network Configuration:
13) Container Volume Management
14) Docker Network: List and Inspect
15) Docker Network: Create and Remove
16) Docker Network: Assign to Containers

Docker Commands and Structures:

17) Inspect Container Processes
18) Previous Container Management
19) Controlling Port Exposure on Containers
20) Naming Our Containers
21) Docker Events
22) Managing and Removing Base Images
23) Saving and Loading Docker Images
24) Image History
25) Taking Control of Our Tags
26) Pushing to Docker Hub

Jenkins and Continuous Integration:
1. Introduction to Jenkins
2. Installation and Configuration
3. Download and Installation
4. Configuration Tour
5. Build Details: Setting up Different Types of Automated Builds
6. Your First Build
7. Working with Github
8. Build from Github Project
9. Scheduling Builds
10. Build Linking – Upstream and Downstream
11. FreeStyle Maven Project
12. Managing Remote Systems with Jenkins
13. Parameterised Builds
14. Securing Jenkins
15. Managing Credentials
16. Plugin Management
17. JenkinsBackup – Using Plugins to Manage Your System
18. Create a Build Slave.

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+ COURSE OVERVIEW

Course Overview

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certification is fast becoming the must have certificates for any IT professional working with AWS. This course is designed to help you pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) – Associate Exam. Even if you have never logged in to the AWS platform before, by the end of our AWS training you will be able to take the CSA exam. No programming knowledge needed and no prior AWS experience required. You will be in high demand by many employers and you can command a superior salary.

In this course we will start with a broad overview of the AWS platform and then deep dive into the individual elements of the AWS platform. You will explore EC2, S3, Cloud formation, Autoscaling, Load Balancing, RDS, RedShift, DynamoDB, EMR, VPC, SNS etc

+ COURSE CONTENTS

1. Puppet Fundamentals and Advanced
2. Docker “Everything You Need to Know”
3. Docker Clustering
4. Jenkins – Understanding Continuous Integrations

1. Introduction to Puppet and the story behind it’s invention
2. Competitors and where puppet fares compared with them
3. Understanding the puppet architecture
4. Installation and Configuration of Puppet Server
5. We will install and configure a Puppet agent
6. Generating Agent Certificates and troubleshooting
7. Understanding puppet Core resource types
8. Facter and it’s importance in Puppet architecture
9. Start writing Puppet manifests —> .pp files
10. Writing puppet code in Classes —-> .pp
11. Writing puppet code for modules in puppet style module structure .
12. Understanding Puppet modules structure
13. How do we deploy modules from Puppet server
14. Analysing the puppet run reports from the Console or Puppet GUI
15. Puppet Environments
16. Git Internals —-> Version Control Software
17. How do we install r10k tool —> ruby based package also called as gem
18. R10k Integration with Git repositories.
19. Hiera
20. Puppet MCollective —> Live Orchestration tool

1. Learning the Basics of Docker:
2. Introduction to Docker
3. Containers vs Virtual Machines
4. Docker Architecture
5. Docker Hub
6. Docker Installation
7. Creating Our First Image
8. Working with Multiple Images
9. Packaging a Customised Container
10. Running Container Commands with Docker
11. Exposing Our Container with Port Redirects
12. Docker Builds and Network Configuration:
13) Container Volume Management
14) Docker Network: List and Inspect
15) Docker Network: Create and Remove
16) Docker Network: Assign to Containers

Docker Commands and Structures:

17) Inspect Container Processes
18) Previous Container Management
19) Controlling Port Exposure on Containers
20) Naming Our Containers
21) Docker Events
22) Managing and Removing Base Images
23) Saving and Loading Docker Images
24) Image History
25) Taking Control of Our Tags
26) Pushing to Docker Hub

Jenkins and Continuous Integration:
1. Introduction to Jenkins
2. Installation and Configuration
3. Download and Installation
4. Configuration Tour
5. Build Details: Setting up Different Types of Automated Builds
6. Your First Build
7. Working with Github
8. Build from Github Project
9. Scheduling Builds
10. Build Linking – Upstream and Downstream
11. FreeStyle Maven Project
12. Managing Remote Systems with Jenkins
13. Parameterised Builds
14. Securing Jenkins
15. Managing Credentials
16. Plugin Management
17. JenkinsBackup – Using Plugins to Manage Your System
18. Create a Build Slave.

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