AWS DevOps Engineer Industrial Training (ACCELERATED)

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Designed to give you hands‑on experience on DevOps tools and best practices about continuous development, continuous testing, and configuration management, including continuous integration and deployment and continuous monitoring of the software throughout its development life cycle.

Program Cost

$1,499  (See pricing below)

Course length

6 Weeks (accelerated)

Next Start Date

June 10th,  2024

Schedule of Classes

Mon – Fri: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm CST (Daily)

Learn with live instructors

Monday – Friday

Project-based learning

Build an impressive portfolio

Job assitance

Work with a career coach

AWS DEVOPS ENGINEER INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

Designed to give you hands‑on experience on DevOps tools and best practices about continuous development, continuous testing, and configuration management, including continuous integration and deployment and continuous monitoring of the software throughout its development life cycle.

Program Cost​

$1,499   $1999

Course length

5 Months

Next Start Date

June 10th, 2024

Schedule of Classes

Saturdays: 11:00 am – 1:30 pm CST

Sundays: 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm CST

Learn with live instructors

Twice weekly

Project-based learning

Build an impressive portfolio

Job assitance

Work with a career coach

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

01

Linux distribution, shell scripting, some basic and advanced Linux commands and package management.

02

Linux security administration and Virtualization.

03

Develop a DevOps mindset, practice Agile philosophy & Scrum methodology – essential to succeed in the era of Cloud Native Software Engineering

04

Create applications using Python language, using various programming constructs and logic, including functions, REST APIs, and libraries

05

Build applications composed of microservices and deploy using containers (e.g. Docker, Kubernetes, and OpenShift) & serverless technologies

06

Employ tools for automation, continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) including Chef, Puppet, GitHub Actions, Tekton and Travis.

07

DevOps Lifecycle, DevOps stages, and DevOps delivery pipeline

8

Source Control Management and learn the functionalities of Git.

9

Git, Jenkin and Maven Introduction

10

Security Management – IAM (Identity and Access Management), WAF (Web Application Firewall), AWS Shield, Guard Duty

11

Machine Data, understand the challenges it presents, and how Splunk can be leveraged to gain Operational Intelligence. Get introduced to various components of Splunk along with how they can be installed.

12

DevOps using AWS

WHY IBT learning

From our best-in-class instructors to our guaranteed remote internship placement, IBT Learning stands out from the competition. We are not just another online school, we are an outcome-oriented boot camp.

World-Class
Instructors

We take pride in the quality of highly sought-after instructors at IBT Learning. Our up-to-date curriculum is designed and taught by the best-in-class IT professionals.

Hands-on
Learning

Discover DevOps in action with our hands-on learning approach. Our DevOps course goes beyond theory, immersing you in real-world scenarios and practical exercises. Learn from industry experts who bring their expertise directly to you, guiding you through every step of the DevOps lifecycle. Get ready to build, deploy, and manage robust software solutions with confidence. Join us and experience the power of hands-on learning in mastering DevOps.

Affordable
Education

We strive to keep our pricing affordable, competitive, and packed with lots of perks. Offer yourself a world-class job-oriented education without breaking the bank. Launch your career with IBT Learning

Course Curriculum

1: Linux Fundamentals for DevOps (Self paced)

7 Lessons

Module 1: Introduction
Introduction 

What is an OS 

History of Unix and Linux 

Features of Linux 

Linux for DevOps 

Basic Linux commands for File handling 

Managing directories

 

Module 2: File/Directory management, find, regex 

More on Managing directories 

Linux commands using flags 

Removing files and directories

Regular Expressions 

Pipe operator

 

Module 3: File commands, user administration, File permissions 

Grep command 

File viewing commands 

Reading files with less more tail & head commands

Creating & Managing user accounts with adduser & useradd commands

Sudo users

How to create a sudo user

Managing permissions 

Files and Directory Permissions (chmod)

 

Module 4: Package Management and editors 

Package manager 

Introduction to YUM & APT

Installing & removing packages with APT command in ubuntu

Text Editors

Editing files using Vi and Nano

Environment variables

 

Module 5: Archiving and Process Management

File archiving - compress & archive with gzip and tar commands

Process management – ps command and its usage 

Terminate, kill, or Suspend a process with the kill command

top command

Bash scripting

cronjob: schedule tasks

Date command 

Ssh and rsync commands  

2: Python Scripting for DevOps (Self paced)

7 lessons

Introduction to Python
Overview of Python
The Companies using Python
Other applications in which Python is used
Discuss Python Scripts on UNIX/Windows
Variables
Operands and Expressions
Conditional Statements
Loops
Command Line Arguments
Writing to the screen
 
Hands-On:
Creating “Hello World” code
Variables
Demonstrating Conditional Statements
Demonstrating Loops
 
Sequences & File Operations
Learn different types of sequence structures, related operations, and their usage. Also learn diverse ways of opening, reading, and writing to files. 

Topics:
Python files I/O Functions
Lists and related operations
Tuples and related operations
Strings and related operations
Sets and related operations
Dictionaries and related operations

Hands-On:
Tuple - properties, related operations, compared with list
List - properties, related operations
Dictionary - properties, related operations
Set - properties, related operations
 
Deep Dive - Functions, OOPs, Modules, Errors and Exceptions
 
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn how to create generic python scripts, how to address errors/exceptions in code, and finally how to extract/filter content using regex. 
 
Topics:
Functions
Function Parameters
Global variables
Variable scope and Returning Values
Lambda Functions
Object Oriented Concepts
Standard Libraries
Modules Used in Python (OS, Sys, Date and Time etc.)
The Import statements
Module search path
Package installation ways
Errors and Exception Handling
Handling multiple exceptions
 
Hands-On:
Functions - syntax, arguments, keyword arguments, return values
Lambda - features, syntax, options, compared with the functions
Sorting - sequences, dictionaries, limitations of sorting
Errors and exceptions - types of issues, remediation
Packages and module - modules, import options, sys path
 
Introduction to Numpy & Pandas
 
Learning Objective: This Module helps you get familiar with the basics of statistics, different types of measures and probability distributions, and the supporting libraries in Python that assist in these operations. 
 
Topics:
NumPy - arrays
Operations on arrays
Indexing slicing and iterating
Reading and writing arrays on files
Pandas - data structures & index operations
Reading and Writing data from Excel/CSV formats into Pandas

Hands-On:
NumPy library- Installation, Creating NumPy array, operations performed on NumPy array
Pandas library- Installation, creating series and dataframes, Importing and exporting data
 
Data Visualization
 
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn in detail about data visualization.
 
Topics:
matplotlib library 
Grids, axes, plots
Markers, colors, fonts and styling
Types of plots - bar graphs, pie charts, histograms
Contour plots

Hands-On:
Matplotlib - Installation, Using Scatterplot, histogram,bar graph, pie chart to show information, Styling of Plot

3: DevOps Industrial Training

5 Modules & 39 topics

IBT Learning's DevOps industrial training is designed to give you hands-on experience on in-house DevOps tools and best practices about continuous development, continuous testing, configuration management, including continuous integration and continuous deployment, and finally, continuous monitoring of the software throughout its development life cycle.

 

Module 1. Introduction to DevOps

What is DevOps? Why DevOps?
What Market Trends

Jenkins introduction

DevOps Engineer Skills

DevOps Delivery Pipeline

DevOps Ecosystem
What is CI/CD

 

Module 2. Version Control System using GIT

Introduction to VCS
Git lifecycle
Understanding Git workflow

understanding .gitignore

Git Command
Working with Github

 

Module 3. Build Tool Maven

Maven Introduction
Maven Goals
Maven Project on Artifactory

Build Java maven project Maven and DevOps

 

Module 4: Build Automation using Jenkins

What is Jenkins
Jenkins Architecture
Jenkins Installation
Jenkins Security
Manage Jenkins and underlying configuration Jenkins CLI
Jenkins Plugins

Freestyle Jobs
Pipeline as a Code
Multibranch Pipeline
Scripted vs Declarative Pipeline Groovy and Jenkins
Build CI CD pipeline
Jenkins Library

 

Module 5: Configuration as code using Ansible

What is Ansible
Understanding Configuration as Code
Ansible Architecture
Benefits of Ansible
Ansible Installation
Creating and configuring VMs using Digital Ocean

Ansible Commands Ansible Playbooks
Ansible Variables
Ansible filters and handlers Ansible Roles

Using Ansible in Jenkins Pipeline

Containerization and its orchestration

3 Modules

Module 1: Microservices

Understanding Monolithic Architecture

Drawbacks of Monolithic Architecture

What is Microservice Architecture
Advantages and disadvantages of Microservices Architecture

 

Module 2: Containerization using Docker

Containerization using Docker
Private Container Repository (AWS ECR)

Public Container Registry (DockerHub)

Docker Container vs Virtual Machine Docker Architecture
Create Docker images

Docker Commands
Docker Network
Docker Compose
Docker Volumes
Containerize nodeJs Application

Jenkins pipeline using docker

 

Module 3: Orchestration of Container using Kubernetes

What is Kubernetes

Orchestration and its features

Kubernetes Architecture

Minikube and kubectl
kuebctl commands

Pods and Deployments

ConfigMap and Secrets

Services and Ingress

Statefulsets Namespaces

Volumes

Cloud and Infrastructure

4 Modules & 37 topics

Module 1: Infrastructure as code using Terraform

What are Infrastructure and Code

What is Terraform
Terraform Architecture
Terraform vs Ansible

Managing Infrastructure using terraform

Understand Terraform Components

Terraform Commands
Create AWS infrastructure using Terraform Terraform state
Terraform Modules
Terraform Cloud

 

Module 2 AWS - Getting Started

Getting started with Cloud Computing

Understanding AWS Console

Understanding SaaS/PaaS/IaaS

What is IAM? Need for IAM?

What are federated users?
How to manage access using IAM?
How to write a policy and map to the group?

Understanding users /roles/policies?

 

Module 3 AWS  

Understanding EC2, VPC and S3

Understanding EC2
Pricing models (On-demand, Spot, Reserved)

Understanding VPC/subnets/Security Groups

Understanding S3
Encryption on S3
Data and Lifecycle management on S3

 

Module 4 AWS - Deep Dive

Understanding containerization on cloud

Understanding ECS

Understanding EKS
Setup EKS Cluster

Deploy Resume App on EKS Cluster

Developers tools on AWS

codebuild, codedeploy and codepipeline

Understanding Lambda and Serverless Applications

Understanding integration & logging services on the cloud

Cloudtrail
How to get EC2/S3/Lambda Logs

Cloudwatch SNS/SQS cloudformation

Continous Monitoring

2 Modules & 13 Topics

Overview

What is continuous monitoring

Goals and benefits of monitoring 

Types of continuous monitoring 

Overview of DevOps monitoring tools

Overview of Splunk

 

Splunk

Overview of Splunk Cloud and Enterprise instance

Download and installation

Universal forwarder 

Demo on how to get data from machines/apps

Basic search and data models

Dashboards and visualizations 

Demo on how to create Dashboards

Reports and alerting

Best practices and industry standards on monitoring 

Capstone Projects

Build a rich portfolio of advanced end-to-end DevOps projects. The value of this elective program is $1,500 as a stand-alone course

 

BONUS - Career Hacking

Resume Crafting

3 Modules

Conducting Research for Job Descriptions

Creating Your Resume
 
Creating Additional Application Documents

Job Searching Strategies

4 Modules

Strategies for Effective Job Searching

Setting Up Your Job Alerts

Using Upwork for Your Job Search

Using The Forage for Project Work

5. Bonus: Creating Your Job Search Routine

LinkedIn Optimization

5 Modules

LinkedIn Research and SEO for Your Profile

Optimizing Your LinkedIn Profile 👩 💼

Using the Other Sections on Your LinkedIn Profile

4. How to Get Noticed by Recruiters on LinkedIn

5. Bonus: Privacy and Visibility Settings on LinkedIn

Interviewing

3 Modules

Reviewing LinkedIn Profiles Before Upcoming Interview

Answering Common Interview Questions

Answering Technical Questions + Asking Questions

4. Negotiating Salary Tips and Strategies

Networking + Messages

3 Modules

Networking with Mentors and referrals

Reaching out to Recruiters and Finding Phone Numbers

Networking with Hiring Managers

Employer Outreach

2 Modules

Finding and Using Emails for Follow-up

Following Up by Phone

INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

Work one-on-one with our career services team to get placed in an internship role

and put everything you learn into practice in a real-world environment.

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Why become a DevOps Engineer?

DevOps is the most in-demand job title

The need for qualified DevOps engineers is soaring. Indeed, industry-led market studies conducted over the past few years consistently reach the same conclusion: DevOps engineer is the most in-demand IT role at digitally-enabled companies.

Flexibility and enhanced benefits

The rewards for DevOps Engineers in terms of flexibility and remuneration are among the most lucrative in IT.

High salary for DevOps jobs

Per BuiltIn, The average salary for a DevOps Engineer in US is $133,017. The average additional cash compensation for a DevOps Engineer in US is $16,929. The average total compensation for a DevOps Engineer in US is $149,946. DevOps Engineer salaries are based on responses gathered by Built In from anonymous DevOps Engineer employees in US.

Make a real business impact

One of the main drivers for DevOps Engineers is the opportunity to truly deliver tangible business outcomes within the role.

Multiple opportunities in the profession

With DevOps, the saying is true "there is room for everyone at the top." There are more DevOps opportunities than there are people to fill those positions.

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IBT graduates achieve real career growth. You too can

95%

of graduates get matched with companies as interns in 4-8 weeks

8%

of our graduates accept regular offers the first 4-6 weeks after graduating

4%

Find employment before graduating

Our talentstories

Learn the skills that companies are looking for and land a job that you will love. At IBT, we are outcome-driven. We train you for successful careers in tech.

IBT Training's DevOps course provided a comprehensive and insightful learning experience with valuable hands-on exercises. While the internship placement was beneficial, additional guidance could enhance the overall transition. Overall, IBT Training lays a solid foundation for entering the DevOps field.

Olatunde O Kubernetes Admin, Microsoft

The course and the course instruction are very good. Concepts were structured and explained clearly. Projects were designed very well too. The internship option was part of the main reason I enrolled in the program and that is going very well too.

Nothando Ndlovu DevOps Engineer, Washington Technology Solutions

Well enrolling in this course was an eye-opener to more recent DevOps tools, and techniques and also acted as a refreshment of my existing knowledge base.

Peter O DevOps Engineer, DUINX LLC

Enrolling and completing this course has helped me to navigate the world of DevOps Engineering and the fact that they had guaranteed internship for every student makes it so awesome! The instructors came down to our level and were able to pass the message across

Philip Onyia DevOps Engineer, Visual Net Design

IBT learning is an outstanding tech school with experienced teachers. Its students graduate with good hands-on experience in management tools like *git, maven, nexus, sonarqube, Ansible, Docker, for microservice deployment, Kubernetes for container orchestration, and Terraform as Iaac tool.

Landric N DevOps Engineer, Transportation Insight

It’s always been the project-based approach for me. My expectations were met. The course contents were illustrated with a good amount of examples

Adesoji Alu Software/DevOps Engineer, Enextgen Wireless Limited

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We offer flexible payment options tailored to your needs. Choose a plan that aligns with your budget, allowing you to focus on honing your skills without financial constraints.

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Secure your spot in our in-demand DevOps course with a hassle-free upfront payment, and learn with peace of mind.

Amount

$1,499 $2,499

Early bird I (Sale ends May 19, 2024)

 

After End of Sale

$1,799 $2,499

Bootcamp Start Date

June 10th,  2024

2x Payment

Break your payment into two and enjoy slight freedom

Amount

$900

Twice (1st payment due before class starts and 2nd payment due after 3 weeks)

 

$1,800 in total payment

Bootcamp Start Date

June 10th,  2024

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Apply for a low-interest loan with Affirm and make small monthly payments. Subject to credit score

Amount

$166.74 

Per month / 12 months

 

$2,000 total

Bootcamp Start Date

June 10th,  2024

Deferred Plan

Apply for deferred payment with our preferred partner Climb Credit and start paying for your program after completion. Subject to credit score.

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$1,800 total 

Bootcamp Start Date

June 10th,  2024

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      YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

      What are the prerequisites to take this course?

      After running this course for some time now, we have concluded that some background in IT is a requirement to take this course. We have many determined students who come from no IT background, succeed, and land high-paying jobs in DevOps, but to make the most of the program, it would benefit those with prior IT backgrounds.  If you have no IT background, please take our IT and DevOps Fundamentals self-paced course first before enrolling but the DevOps Engineer Industrial Training.

      Participants are expected to have prior IT experience and a basic understanding of operating systems, networking, and scripting. Familiarity with concepts like version control and basic command-line usage is recommended.

      I have prior IT experience, but not in DevOps. Is this course suitable for me?

      Absolutely! This course is tailored for individuals with prior IT experience who are looking to transition into the DevOps domain. It covers core DevOps principles and practices, making it an ideal fit for those seeking to enhance their skill set.

      Will there be hands-on practical exercises during the training?

      Yes, practical hands-on exercises are an integral part of the training. You will have the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts in real-world scenarios, working with industry-standard tools and technologies commonly used in DevOps environments.

      Is there any certification provided upon completion of the course?

      Yes, upon successful completion of the DevOps Engineer Industrial Training course, participants will receive a certification recognizing their achievement. Students will also be equipped to take the AWS Solutions Architect and Certified Kubernetes Administrator Certifications.

      How does this course prepare me for real-world DevOps roles?

      The course is designed to simulate real-world DevOps scenarios, allowing you to develop practical skills that are directly applicable in industry settings. From collaborating with team members to automating deployment pipelines, you will gain hands-on experience to excel in DevOps roles.

      Will I receive a certificate upon completion?

      Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion that can be added to your resume or LinkedIn profile.

      Can I access course materials after completion for future reference?

      Yes, participants will have access to course materials, including presentations, documentation, and recorded sessions, for at least one year after course completion. This ensures that you can revisit and reinforce your learning as needed.

      How long are the intersnhsips?

      The internships will last for two to three months or longer, it varies from one employer to another

      Are the internships paid or unpaid?

      We do not guarantee a paid internship. We do this intentionally as access to opportunity to gain experience and build skills is the most vital component. Some hiring companies offer a stipend, which is facilitated between the HC and the intern directly. Of course, 1 in 4 are offered further employment, which is a bonus!