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Devops Essential - DOE

  • Category: Software Development
  • Exam Code: DOE
  • Type of Question: Multiple-choice question
  • Exam Duration: 120 Minutes
  • Passing Score: 60%
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DevOps Essentials entail the integration of development and operations practices to streamline software development, deployment, and maintenance. Mastery in tools like Jenkins, Docker, and Kubernetes facilitates continuous integration and delivery, ensuring rapid and reliable software releases. Adopting DevOps principles enhances collaboration, automates workflows, and promotes a culture of efficiency, fostering a more agile and responsive development environment

Course Curriculum

  1. Understanding DevOps
    • Definition and Principles of DevOps
    • DevOps culture and collaboration
    • Benefits and challenges of implementing DevOps
  2. DevOps Lifecycle
    • Overview of DevOps phases (Plan, Code, Build, Test, Deploy, Operate, Monitor)
    • Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) concepts
    • Automation in the DevOps pipeline
  3. Tools and Technologies
    • Introduction to popular DevOps tools (e.g., Jenkins, Git, Docker)
    • Configuration Management Tools (e.g., Ansible, Chef, Puppet)
    • Version control and collaboration tools (e.g., Git, GitHub, GitLab)
  1. Version Control with Git
    • Basics of Version Control
    • Setting up and using Git repositories
    • Branching and Merging Strategies
  2. Git Collaboration
    • Collaborative workflows (e.g., feature branching, pull requests)
    • Git branching models (e.g., Gitflow)
    • Code Review Best Practices
  3. Setting Up a Git Repository and Collaborative Workflow
    • Hands-on project to implement version control and Collaboration using Git
  1. Introduction to Jenkins
    • Setting up Jenkins
    • Creating and configuring Jenkins jobs
    • Building and testing code with Jenkins
  2. CI/CD Pipelines
    • Designing and implementing CI/CD pipelines
    • Automated testing in the CI/CD process
    • Deployment strategies and best practices
  3. Project: Implementing CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins
    • Practical application of CI/CD concepts in a project setting
  1. Introduction to Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
    • Benefits and principles of IaC
    • Tools for IaC (e.g., Terraform)
    • Managing infrastructure with code
  2. Configuration Management
    • Automating configuration tasks with Ansible
    • Puppet and Chef for Configuration Management
    • Idempotence and State Management in Configuration
  3. Infrastructure Automation with IaC and Configuration Management
    • Applying IaC and Configuration Management to automate infrastructure
  1. Monitoring and Alerting
    • Importance of monitoring in DevOps
    • Setting up monitoring tools (e.g., Prometheus, Grafana)
    • Implementing Alerting Mechanisms
  2. Logging and Centralized Logging Systems
    • Logging Best Practices
    • Centralized logging systems (e.g., ELK stack)
    • Analyzing logs for troubleshooting
  3. Collaboration and Communication Tools
    • Collaboration platforms (e.g., Slack, Microsoft Teams)
    • Integrating communication tools in the DevOps workflow
    • Collaboration for remote and distributed teams