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The DevOps Culture and Infrastructure as Code Practices

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DevOps – Getting started with DevOps
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DevOps – Implementing CI/CD and continuous deployment
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DevOps – Understanding IaC practices

Provisioning Cloud Infrastructure with Terraform

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DevOps – Installing Terraform
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DevOps – Configuring Terraform for Azure
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DevOps – Writing a Terraform script to deploy an Azure infrastructure
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DevOps – Running Terraform for deployment
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DevOps – Understanding the Terraform life cycle with different command-line options
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DevOps – Protecting the state file with a remote backend

Using Ansible for Configuring IaaS Infrastructure

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DevOps – Installing Ansible
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DevOps – Creating an Ansible inventory
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DevOps – Executing the first playbook
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DevOps – Executing Ansible
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DevOps – Protecting data with Ansible Vault
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DevOps – Using a dynamic inventory for an Azure infrastructure

Optimizing Infrastructure Deployment with Packer

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DevOps – An overview of Packer
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DevOps – Creating Packer templates for Azure VMs with scripts
3
DevOps – Using Ansible in a Packer template
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DevOps – Executing Packer
5
DevOps – Writing Packer templates with HCL format
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DevOps – Using a Packer image with Terraform

Authoring the Development Environment with Vagrant

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DevOps – Installing Vagrant
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DevOps – Writing a Vagrant configuration file
3
DevOps – Creating a local VM using the Vagrant CLI

Managing Your Source Code with Git

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DevOps – Overviewing Git and its principal command lines
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DevOps – Understanding the Git process and Gitflow pattern

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

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DevOps – CI/CD principles
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DevOps – Using a package manager in the CI/CD process
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DevOps – Using Jenkins for CI/CD implementation
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DevOps – Using Azure Pipelines for CI/CD
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DevOps – Using GitLab CI

Deploying Infrastructure as Code with CI/CD Pipelines

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DevOps – Running Packer in Azure Pipelines
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DevOps – Running Terraform and Ansible in Azure Pipelines

Containerizing Your Application with Docker

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DevOps – Installing Docker
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DevOps – Creating a Dockerfile
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DevOps – Building and running a container on a local machine
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DevOps – Pushing an image to Docker Hub
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DevOps – Pushing a Docker image to a private registry (ACR)
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DevOps – Deploying a container to ACI with a CI/CD pipeline
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DevOps – Using Docker for running command-line tools
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DevOps – Getting started with Docker Compose
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DevOps – Deploying Docker Compose containers in ACI

Managing Containers Effectively with Kubernetes

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DevOps – Installing Kubernetes
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DevOps – A first example of Kubernetes application deployment
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DevOps – Using Helm as a package manager
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DevOps – Publishing a Helm chart in a private registry (ACR)
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DevOps – Using AKS
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DevOps – Creating a CI/CD pipeline for Kubernetes with Azure Pipelines
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DevOps – Monitoring applications and metrics in Kubernetes

Testing APIs with Postman

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DevOps – Creating a Postman collection with requests
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DevOps – Using environments and variables to dynamize requests
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DevOps – Writing Postman tests
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DevOps – Executing Postman request tests locally
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DevOps – Understanding the Newman concept
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DevOps – Preparing Postman collections for Newman
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DevOps – Running the Newman command line
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DevOps – Integration of Newman in the CI/CD pipeline process

Static Code Analysis with SonarQube

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DevOps – Exploring SonarQube
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DevOps – Installing SonarQube
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DevOps – Real-time analysis with SonarLint
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DevOps – Executing SonarQube in a CI process

Security and Performance Tests

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DevOps – Applying web security and penetration testing with ZAP
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DevOps – Running performance tests with Postman

Security in the DevOps Process with DevSecOps

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DevOps – Testing Azure infrastructure compliance with Chef InSpec
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DevOps – Keeping sensitive data safe with HashiCorp Vault

Reducing Deployment Downtime

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DevOps – Reducing deployment downtime with Terraform
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DevOps – Understanding blue-green deployment concepts and patterns
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DevOps – Applying blue-green deployments on Azure
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DevOps – Introducing feature flags
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DevOps – Using an open source framework for feature flags
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DevOps – Using the LaunchDarkly solution

DevOps for Open Source Projects

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DevOps – Storing source code in GitHub
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DevOps – Contributing to open source projects using pull requests
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DevOps – Managing the changelog file and release notes
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DevOps – Sharing binaries in GitHub releases
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DevOps – Getting started with GitHub Actions
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DevOps – Analyzing code with SonarCloud
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DevOps – Detecting security vulnerabilities with WhiteSource Bolt

DevOps Best Practices

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DevOps – Automating everything
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DevOps – Choosing the right tool
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DevOps – Writing all your configuration in code
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DevOps – Designing the system architecture
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DevOps – Building a good CI/CD pipeline
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DevOps – Integrating tests
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DevOps – Shifting security left with DevSecOps
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DevOps – Monitoring your system
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DevOps – Evolving project management
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Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 87
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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