DevOps Fundamentals for Infrastructure Teams

Hands-On and Demo Activities:

  • Virtual machines and their configuration
  • Containers
  • Version control: implementing branches and resolving collisions
  • Configuration management: Jenkins
  • Activity to begin an audit of capability maturity


Course Outline.

Introduction

  • What is DevOps?
  • Evolving versus running systems
  • DevOps for Infrastructure

Characteristics of Good DevOps

  • Rapid and frequent deployment
  • Aligning and supporting development/test infrastructure as well as production
  • Adaptive and responsive support of change
  • Developers supporting operations/IT
  • Operations/IT supporting development
  • Infrastructure as software

Agile Practice and Scrum

  • Agility in a DevOps/Infrastructure culture
  • Agile principles and values
  • Why agility is key to DevOps success
  • The iterative incremental approach
  • The Scrum Methodology

Virtual Infrastructure

  • Public versus private cloud
  • IaaS versus PaaS versus SaaS
  • Virtualisation Hypervisors: VM-Ware, Virtual Box, Xen
  • Virtualisation configuration management
  • Case study: Chef

Container Technologies

  • What are containers?
  • Comparing containers with virtual machines
  • The layered filesystem

Case study: Docker

  • Docker containers and images
  • Docker repositories
  • Operating and supporting Docker
  • Virtualised networking and storage
  • Container configuration management through software

Version Control

  • Why DevOps needs version control
  • Version control types: locking versus collision repositories
  • Distributed version control engines
  • Branching and merging
  • Versioning virtual infrastructure, deployment scripts and source code
  • Case study: Git

Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment

  • The role of test automation
  • Test automation in infrastructure and deployment
  • Examples of test automation suites
  • The build/test/deploy model for DevOps
  • Automating the build and deployment
  • Gating/policies applied to version control
  • Case study: Jenkins and Maven

Capability and Maturity

  • A recommended route to DevOps maturity
  • Measuring capability and quality
  • Auditing the current capability gap and preparing a strategy

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