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AWS Devops
About AWS DevOps

Streamline Development and Operations for Agile Cloud Solutions AWS DevOps is a comprehensive set of tools and practices that combines development and operations to enable organizations to build, deploy, and manage applications and services with speed and efficiency on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. Embrace AWS DevOps to optimize your development and operations processes, harness the power of the cloud, and drive innovation within your organization. Unleash the full potential of AWS services and DevOps principles to create agile and scalable solutions that meet the demands of today's dynamic business landscape.


About Course & Curriculam

About The Course

XcelitPro teaches you ways to use the combination of DevOps practices and tools to develop, deploy, and maintain applications within the AWS Cloud. AWS DevOps Online training course covers Continuous integration (CI), delivery, microservices, observation and logging, Infrastructure as code, and far a lot of. hands-on projects and use cases included within the course can make you expert in handling various aspects of AWS and DevOps.

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  • SDLC Automation
  • Configuration Management and Infrastructure-as-a-Code
  • Monitoring and work
  • Policies and Standards Automation
  • Incident and Event Response
  • Fault Tolerance and Disaster Recovery
  • Basic information of any programming language is going to be useful for this AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – professional certification training.
  • Intermediate knowledge of administering Linux or Windows systems at the command-line level

Course Curriculam

AWS DevOps Course Syllabus

  1. Unix and linux difference
  2. Linux File system structure
  3. Basic linux/unix commands
  4. Changing file permissions and ownership
  5. Types of links soft and hard link
  6. Filter commands
  7. Simple filter and advance filter commands
  8. Start and stop services
  9. Find and kill the process with id and name
  10. Package installation using RPM and YUM
  1. Define Devops
  2. What is Devops
  3. SDLC models,Lean,ITIL,Agile
  4. Why Devops?
  5. History of Devops
  6. Devops Stakeholders
  7. Devops Goals
  8. Important terminology
  9. Devops perspective
  10. Devops and Agile
  11. Devops Tools
  12. Configuration management
  13. Continuous Integration and Deployment
  1. What is cloud computing
  2. Characteristics of cloud computing
  3. Cloud implementation models
  4. Cloud service models
  5. Advantages of cloud computing
  6. Concerns of cloud computing
  1. Introduction
  2. What is Git
  3. About Version Control System and Types o Difference between CVCS and DVCS

o A short history of GIT o GIT Basics

GIT Command Line

  1. Installing Git
  2. Installing on Linux
  3. Installing on Windows
  4. Initial setup
  5. Git Essentials
  6. Creating repository
  7. Cloning, check-in and committing o Fetch pull and remote


Creating the Branches, switching the branches, merging the branches.

  1. Overview of Chef
  2. Common Chef Terminology (Server,
  3. Workstation, Client, Repository etc.)
  4. Servers and Nodes
  5. Chef Configuration Concepts
  6. Workstation Setup
  7. How to configure knife
  8. Execute some commands to test connection between knife and workstation
  9. Organization Setup
  10. Create organization
  11. Add yourself and node to organization
  12. Test Node Setup
  13. Create a server and add to organization
  14. Check node details using knife
  15. Node Objects and Search
  16. How to Add Run list to Node
  17. Check node Details
  18. Environments
  19. How to create Environments
  20. Add servers to environments
  21. Roles
  22. Create roles
  23. Add Roles to organization
  24. Attributes
  25. Understanding of Attributes
  26. Creating Custom Attributes
  27. Defining in Cookbooks
  28. Data bags
  29. Understanding the data bags
  30. Creating and managing the data bags
  31. Creating the data bags using CLI and Chef Console o Sample data bags for Creating Users.
  32. Creating AWS account
  33. Free tier Eligible services
  34. Understanding AWS Regions and availability zones
  35. EC2 ( Elastic Cloud Comput)
  36. About EC2 and types , Pricing
  37. EIP ( Elastic IP address), Allocating, associating , releasing
  38. Launch windows and Linux Instances in AWS
  39. Connecting windows and Linux instances from windows desktop and Linux machines
  40. S3 ( Simple Storage Service)
  41. About AWS Storage services, EBS and S3
  42. Creating S3 Buckets and putting objects in bucket
  43. Discussion about Bucket Properties
  44. S3 Pricing
  45. About S3 glecier
  46. EBS ( Elastic Block Storage)
  47. Types of EBS Volumes
  48. Creation, attaching and Detaching volumes
  49. ELB ( Elastic Load Balancer)
  50. Understanding the load balancing
  51. Configuring ELB and adding the webservers under ELB
  52. Auto Scaling
  53. Types of Scaling ( Horizontal and Vertical)
  54. Configuring Launch Configuration
  55. Creating and defining the auto scaling group policy
  56. IAM ( Identity Access Management)
  57. Understanding of AWS Security using IAM
  58. Definition of Roles, policies and Groups
  59. Creating IAM Users and managing password policies
  60. RDS ( Relational Database server)
  61. About RDS and available RDS Engines in AWS
  62. Configuring MYSQL RDS service
  63. Connecting EC2 Instance to RDS Instance
  1. What is Puppet?
  2. How puppet works o Puppet Architecture o Master and Agents

o  Puppet terminology and about Manifests

  1. Installation and Configuration
  2. Installing Puppet
  3. Configuring Puppet Master and Agent
  4. Connecting Agents
  5. Puppet Master
  6. Puppet configuration files
  7. Puppet Language Basics
  8. The declarative language
  9. Resources
  10. Using Basic resources like file,exec,package service
  11. Resource Collectors
  12. Virtual Resources
  13. Exported Resources
  14. Manifests
  15. Modules and Classes
  16. Class Parameters
  17. Defined Type
  18. Templates
  19. Static Contents Explosion
  20. Using Dynamic Content with Templates
  21. Templates Overview
  22. ERB
  23. Example Code Manifests/Modules
  24. NTP Module
  25. Users Module
  26. SSH
  27. Sudo
  28. Puppet Forge
  29. Understanding the Puppet Forge
  30. Module structure
  31. Install LAMP with preexisting modules
  32. Installing Apache Tomcat with Puppet Modules


  1. Understanding continuous integration
  2. Introduction about Jenkins
  3. Build Cycle
  4. Jenkins Architecture
  5. Installation
  6. Obtaining and installing Jenkins
  7. Installing and configuring Jenkins using WAR and RPM o Java installation and configuration

Maven Installation

Exploring Jenkins Dashboard.

  1. Jobs
  2. Creating Jobs
  3. Running the Jobs
  4. Setting up the global environments for Jobs
  5. Adding and updating Plugins
  6. Disabling and deleting jobs
  7. Build Deployments
  8. Understanding Deployment.
  9. Tomcat installation and configuration
  10. Securing Jenkins
  11. Authentication
  12. Jenkins Plugin o Authorization o Confidentiality o Creating users
Docker– Containers.
  1. Introduction
  2. What is a Docker
  3. Use case of Docker
  4. Platforms for Docker
  5. Dockers vs. Virtualization
  6. Architecture
  7. Docker Architecture.
  8. Understanding the Docker components
  9. Installation
  10. Installing Docker on Linux.
  11. Understanding Installation of Docker on windows.
  12. Some Docker commands.
  13. Provisioning
  14. Docker Hub.
  15. Downloading Docker images.
  16. Uploading the images in Docker Registry and AWS ECS
  17. Understanding the containers
  18. Running commands in container.
  19. Running multiple containers.
  20. Custom images
  21. Creating a custom image.
  22. Running a container from the custom image.
  23. Publishing the custom image.
  24. Docker Networking
  25. Accessing containers
  26. Linking containers
  27. Exposing container ports
  28. Container Routing
  29. Docker Compose
  30. Installing The Docker compose
  31. Terminology in Docker compose
  32. Build word press site using Docker compose



Why and what is Vagrant

Uses of Vagrant in an environment

Alternatives of Vagrant

Vagrant versions

  1. Installation and Configuration
  2. Installing Virtual box
  3. How to install Vagrant on Windows and Linux
  4. Configuring Vagrant
  5. Provisioning with Vagrant
  6. Creating first VM with Vagrant
  7. Operations on the VM o Connecting to the VM

Add required Images to Vagrant

Creating network and port forwarding using Vagrant

  1. Introduction
  2. About Monitoring tools o About New Relic

Installing and Configuring New Relic

o Application Monitoring using New Relic o Server Monitoring using New Relic

Alerts policies

  1. Introduction
  2. What is ELK?
  3. ELK Installation
  4. ElasticSearch
  5. Logstash
  6. Configuring Logstashand Kibana


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