New Hands-On DevOps Online Training Courses & Tools

Welcome to 150+ Month! We’re so excited to announce our first of over 150 content releases during July: DevOps online training courses and tools.

With 150+ new Courses, Challenges and hands-on Learning Activities launching this month, it’s hard to stay updated on everything coming out. If you miss our live show announcements, you can get filled in on what was released below! You can also always watch the recorded streams at your convenience on our YouTube channel – subscribe for updates!

Join us here on Thursday, July 12th at 10:30 am CDT for new Linux, Red Hat, and OpenStack launches. We’ll be celebrating OpenStack’s birthday!

Here’s the latest hands-on training content that we just released! Our Training Architects have been working hard to create all of this new content for you. Each course is complete with hands-on training solutions and interactive diagrams to help you develop the real-world skills you need to advance your career:


learn elasticsearchElasticsearch Deep Dive

With Myles Young

Following our popular Elastic Stack Essentials course, the Elasticsearch Deep Dive course will give you an understanding on the core functionality of Elasticsearch. Get hands-on experience with installing, indexing and querying through 12 hands-on labs. You’ll also learn how to configure Elasticsearch for production use with TLS encryption, user access control, monitoring, and alerting with X-Pack and automated management with Elasticsearch Curator. Gain an understanding of the best practices around heap and cluster sizing, hardware requirements, and performing live upgrades.

DevOps Online Training Hands-On Learning Activities in this course:

  1. Installing Elasticsearch and Kibana
  2. Set up a Multi-Node Elasticsearch Cluster
  3. Create, Update, and Delete Documents in Elasticsearch
  4. Bulk Indexing with Elasticsearch
  5. Searching with Elasticsearch
  6. Filtering Data with Elasticsearch
  7. Aggregating Data with Elasticsearch
  8. Upgrading Elasticsearch
  9. Monitor Elasticsearch with X-Pack
  10. Manage Elasticsearch Elasticsearch with Curator
  11. Secure Elasticsearch with X-Pack Security
  12. Avoiding Elasticsearch Memory Swapping

 

Implementing a Full CI/CD Pipeline

with Will Boyd

The CI/CD Pipeline has become an integral part of DevOps culture, and there are a variety of tools and techniques for implementing it. Through 14 labs in live environments, you’ll gain hands-on experience building a CI/CD pipeline from start to finish in this course. Learn everything from source control management to a fully-orchestrated pipeline using Jenkins and Kubernetes, complete with self-healing, autoscaling, and canary testing functionality.

DevOps Online Training Hands-On Learning Activities in this course:

  1. Using Git to Make Changes to Code
  2. Creating Build Automation with Gradle
  3. Installing Jenkins
  4. Building an App as a Freestyle Jenkins Project
  5. Building a Jenkins Pipeline
  6. Implementing Automated Deployment Through a Jenkins Pipeline
  7. Dockerizing an App
  8. Deploying a Docker Container with Jenkins Pipelines
  9. Deploying to Kubernetes with Jenkins Pipelines
  10. Monitoring in Kubernetes with Prometheus and Grafana
  11. Setting up Self-Healing Apps in Kubernetes
  12. Autoscaling in Kubernetes
  13. Canary Deployments with Kubernetes and Jenkins
  14. Implementing Fully-Automated Deployment in a CD Pipeline

 

SaltStack Certified Engineer

with Elle Krout

Learn Salt using real-world scenarios and hands-on environments. Start by learning some core Salt components – such as execution modules and states – then begin to build out your infrastructure by leveraging various Salt features to not just use Salt for remote execution and configuration management, but also for event-driven infrastructure and orchestration. This course covers all topics required to pass the SaltStack Certified Engineer.

DevOps Online Training Hands-On Learning Activities in this course:

  1. Installing Salt
  2. Configuration and Key Management in Salt
  3. Targeting in Salt
  4. Creating an Apache Formula
  5. Using Pillar in Salt States
  6. Using Salt Orchestration
  7. Using Salt SSH

 

Join us here on Thursday, July 12 at 10:30 am CDT for new hands-on Linux, Red Hat, and OpenStack training.

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