The DevOps Program is created to help new graduates, IT professionals, and career switchers break into the DevOps space.
The DevOps is designed to aid those new to the field, seasoned IT experts, or those looking to shift their career path into DevOps. Participants will undergo 12 weeks of instruction, followed by an 8-week job support phase post-graduation. The dedication and concentration required for this demanding course will eventually lead to fulfilling results and a sense of achievement. Discover more about your future in the DevOps field.
TRAINING: Acquire state-of-the-art knowledge from industry leaders.
EXPERIENCE: Engage in hands-on Real Projects.
GUIDANCE: Receive individualized guidance from our team of professionals.
Prepare for Employment
Through Practical Experience Entering the DevOps profession requires practical know-how in creating comprehensive DevOps pipelines and managing cloud architecture. This curriculum emphasizes real-world application, with numerous projects culminating in a complex final capstone project. Students will progressively tackle more advanced tasks and absorb DevOps methodologies from seasoned educators.
Gain Distinctive Practical Exposure
In addition, our capstone project allows learners to integrate their knowledge into a tangible portfolio item to highlight on a resume or LinkedIn, setting them apart in the job market.
UNIT 1 - Basics of DevOps
Acquire essential skills and concepts: Networking, Linux, Cloud, Application Development.
After finishing Unit 1, students should grasp and be proficient in:
Essential Abilities Operate Linux networking tools, construct and manage Linux VMs, SSH into Linux servers, manage AWS/Azure cloud servers and storage, run Python, Java, NodeJS web apps, operate Nginx, handle databases, YAML, JSON.
UNIT 2 - Advanced DevOps Techniques
Students delve into and grapple with intricate DevOps technologies, starting with Docker containers, Kubernetes, Infrastructure-as-Code with HashiCorp's Terraform, AWS Cloud Formation, Ansible, and culminating in the CI/CD stack with Jenkins, Azure DevOps, and GitHub Actions.
With DevOps projects, students apply DevOps skills to industry and business use cases. These projects test critical thinking skills and the ability to solve InfraOps, AppDev and IT problems leveraging available DevOps tools. Projects showcase students' skills and abilities across portfolios.
POTENTIAL JOB TITLES
• Install, run Docker.
• Manage Docker containers.
• Setup, operate Kubernetes.
• Monitor using Prometheus, Grafana.
• Terraform, ARM Templates, Ansible.
• Automate cloud provisioning.
• Jenkins, Azure DevOps, GitHub Actions.
• Streamline build-test-deploy cycles.
The hours are indicated in the “Eastern Standard Time (EST).