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ATC-CECDP - Cloud Enabled Certified DevOps Professional

Overview

Duration: 5 days
The course is designed by Devops Subject Matter Experts to help you understand Devops concepts and work on tools, Github, Jenkins, Sonarqube and Nexus , Docker to create Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment Pipeline which uses jenkins, with sonarqube, nexus , docker, kubernetes and ansible.

Objectives

  • Understand the core concepts of DevOps
  • Create and manage repositories on Github
  • Install and configure Jenkins Master node
  • Install and Configure Jenkins Slave Node
  • Create a Pipeline job to automate git clone, maven package,
  • Add spring boot java webapp server to pipeline
  • Integrate sonarqube and sonar static code analysis in pipeline job
  • Integrate Nexus and Archive artifacts in pipeline job
  • Understand docker and kubernetes
  • Install docker, create your own docker image, dockerhub and docker volume
  • Integrate jenkins with docker in CI/CD pipeline
Ansible automation of web infrastructure, user and group creation

Audience

Anyone with Devops knowledge can attend

Content

Course Outline-Day 1 and 2 Jenkins CI/CD

Module 1: Devops Big Picture ( Theory)

  • What and why of Devops
  • Devops Tools Overview and Usecase
  • Source Control Management (SCM Tools)
  • Continuous Integration
  • Static ode Analysis Tool
  • Storage Artifacts
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Containerization
  • Configuration Management

Module 2: Devops in Action (Hands on Lab by students)

  • SCM Live demo
    • Github Create an account and fork your application code
    • Git clone the github code , Use maven to compile and package java source code
    • Deploy .jar file manually
  • Continuous Integration Tool (Hands on Lab by students)
    • Jenkins Deploy Jenkins on Ubuntu 14.04 server (each student will deploy his Jenkins server)
    • Continuous Integration setup Jenkins and Github
  • Code Packaging automation (Hands on Lab by students)
    • Automation Maven test, Compile and Package ( .jar) using Jenkins
  • Static Code Analysis (Hands on Lab by students)
    • Understand sonarqube
    • Deploy and configure sonarqube
    • Students to Integrate Jenkins (CI) server with Sonarqube ( lab by students)
    • Sonarqube –static code analysis and set quality gates
  • Storage Artifact (Hands on Lab by students)
    • Understand Nexus
    • Deploy and configure nexus
    • Nexus storage artifact integration
    • Store your end software products in Nexus
  • Continuous Deployment (Hands on Lab by students)
    • Add slave nodes to Jenkins
    • Automate deployment of your .jar file to server
    • Building Pipeline scripts and stages in SDLC
    • Add Cucumber test- automation in pipeline
    • Add OWSAP web Application vulnerbility check in pipeline

Course Outline Day 3- Docker

Module 1 : Course Overview

  • Module 1.1 : Introduction to the course

Module 2 : Understanding Docker

  • Module Introduction
  • What is Virtualization
  • What are Containers
  • Containerization and virtualization differences
  • Case study : 100 developer environment
  • Difference between win and linux containers
  • Docker ecosystem and components

Module 3 : Installing Docker on Linux

  • Module Introduction
  • Installing Docker on ubuntu 16.04 server

Module 4 : Containers On Ubuntu Docker host

  • Module Introduction
  • Deploy ,Login,exit contianer
  • List,Start, Stop, restart containers
  • Were containers are stored
  • Woking with container hostnames
  • Woking on multiple containers
  • Container stats and inspect
  • Container networking
  • Deleting containers

Module 5 : Docker Images

  • Module Introduction
  • Introduction to Docker Images
  • Docker hub - create your account
  • Explore and pull images from docker hub
  • Docker commit Build and Push Your own image
  • Launch container using your own image
  • Build Your own image using dockerFIle

Module 6 : Docker Volumes

  • Module introduction
  • Introduction to Docker volumes
  • Launch a container with volume attached
  • Recovering volume
  • Module Summary

Course Outline-Day 4 Ansible essentials

Module 1: Ansible Big Picture ( Theory)

  • What and why of Ansible
  • Ansible use cases and terminologies
  • Controller server
  • Nodes
  • Playbook
  • Ansible tower

Module 2: Ansible management server deployment (Hands on Lab by students)

  • Ansible Deploy a centos7 server
  • Ssh to centos7 server
  • Install and configure Ansible
  • Create password less authentication keys
  • Define nodes to be managed by ansible control server

Module 2: Ansible Node server deployment (Hands on Lab by students)

  • Deploy a RHEL server + 1 ubuntu 16.04 server
  • Ssh to centos7 server
  • Create password less authentication keys

Module 3: Ansible HTTPD Playbook for RHEL node(Hands on Lab by students)

  • Create a httpd playbook directory
  • Write .yml file
  • write httpd package install code for RHEL server
  • write httpd service restart code
  • write template resource type to push index.html and log.png to node
  • write user and group creation code
  • Apply the playbook on centos node and validate if website is up

Module 4: Ansible Apache2 Playbook for ubuntu node (Hands on Lab by students)

  • Create a apache2 playbook directory
  • Write .yml file
  • write apache2 package install code for ubuntu server
  • write apache2 service restart code
  • write template resource type to push index.html and log.png to node
  • write user and group creation code
  • Apply the playbook on ubuntu node and validate if website is up

Module 5 : Ansible Windows 2016 server node deployment (Hands on Lab by students)

  • Deploy a windows 2016 server
  • Configure it as windows node under ansible management

Module 6: Playbook for windows 2016 node (Hands on Lab by students)

  • Create a iis playbook directory
  • Write resource code to automate iis role on windows server
  • Apply the playbook on Windows node and validate if website is up

Course Outline-Day 5 - Jenkins with Docker and Ansible Integration

Module 1 : Kuberentes (Hands on lab by students)

  • Kuberentes architecture overview
  • Deploy Kuberenetes master
  • Deploy Kuberentes minnions node 1

Module 2 : Jenkins with Kuberentes Integration (Hands on lab by students)

  • Create a new pipeline script which deploys application on kubernetes
  • configure a docker slave node with jenkins
  • fork source code
  • Run job which uses docker, sonarqube, nexus by jenkins CI/CD piepline

Module 3 : Jenkins with ansible integration (Hands on lab by students)

  • Create jenkins Job to compile package a java webapp file
  • Define ansible nodes
  • Integrate ansible in jenkins pipeline to deploy web app to Ubuntu servers

Prerequisites

None

Certification

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