Azure DevOps Professional Training

Overview

Join the Azure Devops Online Training at Max Online Training of the Azure Devops and become an expert on the Microsoft Azure right now. Our azure devops certification course will help you to be a DevOps professional. Our course is completely job oriented which will help you get immediately placed after you complete the entire training program.

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It is best to take up our online Microsoft Azure DevopsTraining as it can be learnt from anywhere. We are the best Azure DevopsTraining center in India, and also providing training for India, USA and UK learners too.

Things you would learn in the course

This course would surely help to work for the Azure Devops with the concept and various tools. After you complete the Azure DevopsCourse Online Training simply it would help to understand the ways of implementation of the automated system tools and the various devops tools too.

The course content covers:
  • The basics of Linux
  • Continuous integrated tools
  • Build tools
  • Cloud Management
  • Configuration tool
  • Vagrant management
  • Monitoring tool

With all these knowledge it would help your organization to release various apps much faster and also increase the effectiveness of the apps too. Surely that would bring in a better customer experience with an assured growth curve. There are also many organizationsthat use the azure for the deployment and testing which can make it human error free.


Prerequisites

A basic knowledge of the C and C++ programming language is essential to take up the course. Also the basic knowledge of Linux is also essential.

Career scope after learning Azure DevOps Online Certification Course

Jobs which you can expect after you complete the course are as follow;

  • Automation architect
  • Assurance professionals
  • Devops Professionals
  • Security engineer
  • Software tester
  • Release Manager

You have to handle virtualization, provision of security to the entire online infrastructure and creating services on the cloud. This also includes the automation testing frame work which are interrelated in this.


DevOps is Development and Operation’s Collaboration, it’s a Union of 3Ps - Process, People and Product (working Product) that enable continuous integration and continuous delivery of value to our end users. DevOps accelerate the process to deliver applications and software services at high speed and high velocity. So that organization can learn and adopt the market at its earliest. Also, it minimizing the risk factor by continuously delivering and getting end users and stakeholders feedback at the early stages.

DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers that work together in the entire project lifecycle, from the design and development process to production releases and support.

Starting from design and development to testing automation and from continuous integration to continuous delivery, the team works together to achieve the desired goal. People having both development and operations skill sets working together and use various tools for CI-CD and Monitoring to respond quickly to customer's need and fix issues and bugs.

In Traditional software development, after completing the development part, the code deployment time was huge. And many times, we heard the common fights between the Development Team and Operations Team or deployment team that it works fine on our system, it's the sever causing problem and operation team defenses it's not your server it's your code, Right? Well, DevOps solves the Traditional Dev and Ops fights by breaking the wall of confusion.

The main benefits of implementing DevOps are:

  • Customer Satisfaction.
  • More engaged and Collaborative Development and Operation teams.
  • DevOps Deploy code faster in the market through Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
  • Faster Operational Support.
  • Strong Infrastructure Performance and IT performance.
  • Less failures and continuous improvement.
  • Transparency between the team.
  • Constant Monitoring and better adaption.
  • Increase efficiency

Azure Pipelines has support for all the platform like Linux, macOS, and Windows also we can consider following tools for the Continuous Integration.

  • Jenkins
  • TeamCity
  • Travis CI
  • Bamboo
  • GitLab CI
  • CircleCI
  • Codeship

To Implement DevOps, Automation plays a major role and we defiantly need some tools for Implementation. Following are the major areas:

  • Planning
  • Code management
  • Build and Testing
  • Release management
  • Deploy and Monitor

Here's a list of tools that can help you meet your DevOps requirement perfectly.

Following are few useful Continuous Deployment tools

  • Azure Pipelines for Deployment.
  • Jenkins.
  • TeamCity
  • Bamboo
  • ElectricFlow
  • Octopus Deploy.
  • AWS CodeDeploy.
  • DeployBot
  • Shippable

DevOps is not about jobs or tools, it’s about people, culture and automation. and to implement DevOps, continuous testing plays a very important role where writing scripts for software testing and make it auto executable so that we can automate the testing and do the frequent releases using the delivery pipelines. We have to write unit testing to achieve Continuous Testing.

In today’s fast and competitive market, many companies demand a faster deployment process and Infrastructure Configuration, so treating Infrastructure as software and manage the processes such as version control, continuous integration, deployment and automated testing will make infrastructure changes more rapidly and reliably.

Following are the most popular tools for Infrastructure Configuration.

  • Chef
  • Puppet
  • Ansible

For test Automation there are many open source tools are available, following are few names

  • Selenium
  • JMeter
  • JUnit
  • AntUnit
  • Cucumber
  • SoapUI
  • Tricentis Tosca

For continuous monitoring Nagios, SysDig and Zabbix are the famous open source tools available in the market. Infrastructure as code(laC) vendors like Amazon and Google have tools like AWS CloudWatch and StackDriver. Also, New Relic is a good option for continuous monitoring.

DevOps and Agile are all about inspection and adaption to make continuous improvement in our process, and for that, we must have to monitor continuously the process, application performance and infrastructures.

By doing continuous infatuates monitoring, we can visualize the process and get the early alerts in real time. By analyzing that data, we can take decision wisely and adapt the things and process that best suits for the business.

Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services, now known as Azure DevOps having excellent application lifecycle management tool.

We can plan a project with Agile tools and templates, manage and run test plans, Version control source code and manage the branches, deploy the solution across all platform using Azure Pipelines, by implementing Continuous Instigation and Continuous Deployment.

The container will provide a way to package your software code, its configurations, Packages and its dependencies into a single unit or object.

We can have multiple containers that can run on the same machine and share the operating system with other containers so that we can run anywhere fast and reliable and consistent deployments.

Azure DevOps has the following container support.

  • Docker
  • Net with containers.
  • Azure Kubernetes services.
  • Azure Service Fabric application with Docker support.

Azure board provides service to manage your works, using the Agile Scrum and Kanban templates, Dashboard that we can customize and reporting.

Azure DevOps provides full application lifecycle management from planning to coding, and from testing to build and deploy.

Azure Pipelines has all the features that are required for supporting Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD).

Using that we can constantly test and build the code and release it to any target.

Azure Repos is a code version control system that can manage your code and its version.

Using that we can track the changes, whenever team edits code it has all the version history so later, we can coordinate with the team and merge the changes.

The azure repo has both a centralized version control system as well as a distributed version control system.

Git: Distributed Version Control System Team FoundationVersion Control (TFVC): Centralized Version Control System.

Azure Artifacts is the service using that we create, host and share packages with teams. We can share code across teams, and manage all package types like NuGet, Marven, npm, Gradle etc.

Azure test plan provides browser-based test management using that we can manage all the testing like Exploratory & manual testing, Continuous testing, Unit & functional testing also we can ask or Request stakeholder to provide feedback.

Azure Devops Course Content :

  • Why DevOps?
  • What is DevOps?
  • DevOps Market Trends
  • DevOps Engineer Skills
  • DevOps Delivery Pipeline
  • DevOps Ecosystem
  • What is version control
  • What is Git
  • Why Git for your organization
  • Install Git
  • Common commands in Git
  • Working with Remote Repositories
  • Introduction to CI/CD
  • Tasks
  • YAML Templates
  • Create .NET Core CI pipeline
  • Create .NET Core CD pipeline
  • Sonar cloud integration
  • Private and hosted agents
  • Integrate third party build systems
  • Recommend strategy for concurrent pipelines
  • Manage Azure pipeline configuration (e.g. agent queues, service endpoints, pools, webhooks)
  • Introduction to CI-CD ARM templates
  • Create ARM template
  • Create and Run ARM deployment CI pipeline
  • Create and Run ARM deployment CD pipeline
  • Introduction to Azure Key vault
  • Accessing Secrets from Azure Key Vault
  • Linking Secrets from Azure Key Vault
  • Introduction to Azure Artifacts
  • Create NuGet packages and Versioning
  • Package management with DevOps
  • Maven packages
  • Jenkins Management
  • Adding a slave node to Jenkins
  • Building Delivery Pipeline
  • Pipeline as a Code
  • Introduction to Selenium
  • Why Selenium?
  • Selenium – Webdriver
  • Creating Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver (Waits)
  • What and why X-Path
  • Handling different controls on Webpage
  • Framework in Selenium
  • Selenium Integration with Jenkins
  • Integrating Selenium with Jenkins
  • Shipping Transportation Challenges
  • Introducing Docker
  • Understanding images and containers
  • Running Hello World in Docker
  • Introduction to Container
  • Container Life Cycle
  • Sharing and Copying
  • Base Image
  • Docker File
  • Working with containers
  • Publishing Image on Docker Hub
  • Introduction to Docker Ecosystem
  • Docker Compose
  • Docker Swarm
  • Managing Containers
  • Running Containers
  • Introduction to Docker Networking
  • Network Types
  • Docker Container Networking
  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Ansible Installation
  • Configuring Ansible Roles
  • Write Playbooks
  • Executing adhoc command
  • Hands On:
  • Installing Ansible
  • Configuring Ansible Role
  • Write Playbooks
  • Execute adhoc commands