DevOps MasterClass with Andrey Adamovich
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DevOps MasterClass
Andrey Adamovich

Greenwich, London

3rd - 4th Nov 2016 , 9.00am - 5.00pm

DevOps is a growing movement that encourages closer collaboration of developers and system operations to help business goals to be achieved efficiently and on time. Software development and infrastructure scaling are very fastpaced nowadays. That brings a necessity of larger automation, measurement and information sharing for all involved processes.

This 2-day workshop focuses on solving challenges that organisations face when implementing DevOps initiatives. It introduces principles of DevOps and tools that help reach full automation of infrastructure provisioning and software delivery. Theoretical background as well as practical hands-on examples of tools like Vagrant, Docker, AWS and others are given during this workshop.

Introduction to DevOps
o The story
o Problems
o Main principles

Automation is the key
o Why to automate?
o What to automate?
o How to automate?
o When to not automate?
o Automation arguments
o Mathematical models
o Process automation

Continuous X
o Continuous Integration
o Continuous Deployment
o Continuous Delivery

Configuration management
o Metadata management
o Maturity model

Infrastructure automation
o Managing environments
o Developer’s machine
o From development to production
o Infrastructure scaling

Cloud infrastructure
o Public clouds
o Private clouds
o Containerization

Tooling
o Local development
o Infrastructure connectivity
o Infrastructure provisioning
o Infrastructure testing
o Infrastructure monitoring

Lab work
o Vagrant
o Packer
o Docker
o AWS
o Bash/Sshoogr/Fabric
o Puppet/Chef
o Jenkins
o ELK

Developers, software architects, technical project managers, system administrators.

Prerequisites
This course is directed at participants with at least one year real life experience working with Agile methods and insights in the basics of DevOps

This course is not part of any certification track. Rather it is designed to give delegates practical skills they can use immediately.  

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