Become a DevOps Engineer

DevOps is nothing but Dev+Ops and it has group of concepts that moved rapidly through different technologies and streams.  DevOps is not just automating infrastructure or daily tasks, but is more of migrating entire SDLC and Operations model of business into a new culture of deploying and maintaining things at an organisation level.  By adopting DevOps, organisations tend to automate entire SDLC at every stage along with operational activities.

If you are considering a switch from your existing Ops career to DevOps, you need to consider which stream you need to chose and where to start, bearing in mind of your previous experience.

Example streams:

1.  BigData

2.  Microservices

3.  Cloud Infrastructure Management


I was an Oracle Apps and Middleware DBA and used to be freelance trainer. I did chose my stream carefully while analysing and understanding each step to get into fully DevOps model of career, since then was guiding others to get into DevOps through my online step-by-step training model.

In my training model, we analyse what’s your previous experience is and the best way to get you into DevOps.  You will learn each tool carefully and understand where it fits in.  You will learn all required tools to automate entire SDLC along with operational tasks in a Cloud environment.

Kubernetes online Course Includes

  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Deploy Highly Available Kubernetes clusters on AWS
  • Deploy applications on Kubernetes
  • Administer Kubernetes
  • Tools to automate end-to-end deployment process.
  • Monitoring tools (Splunk) configuration
  • Performance Monitoring Tools Configuration

What we expect you to know ?

  • Basic understanding of Cloud, especially AWS (we’ll cover it if you don’t have)
  • Anyone who has experience in basic Linux, MacOS, or Windows command-line (we’ll cover it if you don’t have)
  • Conceptual understanding of Docker & containers (we’ll cover it if you don’t have)
  • Conceptual understanding of the Web (we’ll cover it if you don’t have)

Target audience?

  • Operations personnel (Admins) who deploy and maintain infrastructure.
  • Developers who develop applications for production and non-production.
  • Any Managers or Architects who need to understand application deployment lifecycle on Kubernetes


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