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DevOps is a software development methodology used by many organizations. This course includes tools related to software development, from Code to monitoring.

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2 Months

Total Lessons

40 Lessons

One to One personalized training Schedule for DevOps

Ekascloud provides flexible timings to all our students; here is the training Schedule. If this schedule doesn’t match, please let us know. We will try to arrange appropriate timings based on your flexible timings.

  • 25-07-2021 Sunday (Monday - Friday)Weekdays Regular 08:00 AM (IST)(Class 1Hr - 1:30Hrs) / Per SessionCourse Fees
  • 27-07-2021 Tuesday (Monday - Friday)Weekdays Regular 08:00 AM (IST)(Class 1Hr - 1:30Hrs) / Per SessionCourse Fees
  • 29-07-2021Thursday (Saturday - Sunday)Weekend Regular11:00 AM (IST) (Class 3Hrs) / Per SessionCourse Fees
  • 30-07-2021Friday (Saturday - Sunday)Weekend Fast-track 10:00 AM (IST)(Class 6Hrs - 7Hrs) / Per SessionCourse Fees

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About The Program

DevOps is a software development methodology used by many organizations. This course includes tools related to software development, from Code to monitoring.

Why EkasCloud ?

This course is beneficial for you to work with any open source automation tools like Ansible, Puppet, Ruby. Many enterprises are using Linux based OS in their workloads. It is an open-source where you can change the behavior according to your workload.


This is sure to benefit a diversified range of patrons, whether a computer science student, Desktop Engineer, Network Admin, or those who eagerly want to learn new technologies.


 Open Source

 Open Source allows greater security.

 Minimal Hardware Infrastructure

 Widely Used OS

 Developers OS (many software build based on Linux)

How To Learn

  We check your knowledge before we start the session.

 We build foundational topics first and core topics next.

 Theory classes with a real-time case study.

 Demo on every topic.

 You will learn how to design architecture diagrams for each service.

 Mock exam on every topic you understand.

 Exam Preparation

 Interview Preparation

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DevOps Syllabus

2 Months Course 20% Theory 80% Lab Daily Home work 10 Real time Projects Unlimited Mock Exams Unlimited Mock Interview

Topics Covered

 What is DevOps?

 Why DevOps?

 Evolution of Software Methodologies

• Challenges v/s DevOps Solution

• Challenges v/s DevOps Solution

StagesOf DevOps Lifecycle

• Continuous Development

 Continuous Testing

• Continuous Integration

• Continuous Deployment

• Continuous Monitoring

• The Various DevOps Tools

Trainer Profile

Vijilin Jerrish


Vijilin Jerrish has a Bachelor of Engineering degree with more than five years of experience as a Cloud Trainer and has trained more than 5000 students on all emerging Technologies.

Jerrish is a RED HAT, DevOps & AWS Certified Trainer


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What usually goes wrong in a DevOps rollout?
A: Nothing usually goes wrong. DevOps rollout should be automated and based on tried and true deployments. So, if something goes awry, the CD code is not adequately defined. People are reducing the level of effort by incorporating orchestration/infrastructure management tooling to reduce the likelihood of issues (e.g., Kubernetes, Ansible, Cloud Formation).

Q: Do SysAdmins need to learn to code?
A: SysAdmins are being pushed into command-line interfaces (CLIs), APIs, and infrastructure automation technologies that use configuration and code to coordinate infrastructure resources (networking, storage, security, etc.) Things can still be done manually within a GUI. However, this is not scalable, is error-prone, and cannot be versioned controlled like code and configuration.

Q: How do you overcome the friction between development and operations?
A: Some organizations have moved to a “you build it, you own it” approach. This forces teams to own operations. Some organizations have explicitly identified a DevOps org or including it within the Scrum Team to acquiesce the effort into a single individual. Organizations that don’t prescribe to either is aware of the challenges of how long software takes to get deployed, updated, and enhanced. The use of tooling helps increase communication and awareness of what is working and not.

Q: How often should development talk about impacts with operations?
A: Dev and Operations should be in the same standups and same scrum team arriving at production quality solutions. Effectively they should always be talking.

Q: Do developers get control over servers in DevOps?
A: For the DEV environment, absolutely. As they progress into QA, UAT, Staging, and Production, those environments should be automated and controlled by the DevOps individual or team.

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