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Certified DevOps Professional


Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance is one of the most in-demand courses today. DevOps promotes collaboration and enhances productivity through infrastructure automation and continuous monitoring of applications’ performance.

In Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance, you will be trained to become an expert in the principles of Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Monitoring, and Continuous Delivery using tools like Puppet, Nagios, Chef, Ansible, Docker, Git, Jenkins and many more.

Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance is designed in such a way that helps you become a certified DevOps Professional and is based on a combination of theory and its application through extensive hands-on.

Key Features of Certified DevOps Professional Course

  • 40+ hours of practical oriented training cum workshop
  • Each session is followed with hands-on
  • Certification Exam
  • Industry-specific project implementation
  • Doubt Clearing and Technical Support
  • Lifetime access to the recorded training sessions

Training for Certified DevOps Professional Course

Online TrainingClassroom Training
Instructor-led Practical Oriented TrainingInstructor-led Practical Oriented training
Recording available after the trainingLearn as per full day schedule with discussions and exercises.
Lifetime access to the recorded sessionsDoubt Clear sessions
Technical SupportCertification to prove your learning
Certification to prove your learningCase studies and Use cases implementations

Who should take the Certified DevOps Professional Course?

DevOps career opportunities are booming worldwide. There is a proliferating demand for Certified DevOps Professionals by DevLabs Alliance who possess an understanding of both the development and operational side of the software development and deployment process. This training course is designed to suit participants at all levels of experience.
Some of the roles that can benefit from the Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance:

  • Software Developers
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Solution Architects
  • Operations Support
  • Deployment engineers
  • Software Testers
  • Security Engineers
  • Integration Specialists

What will you learn from this course?

The Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance will make you proficient in various aspects of DevOps and is designed to help you become a Certified DevOps practitioner and apply the latest DevOps methodology to automate your software development life cycle.

DevLabs Alliance will cover a broad array of topics to give you an in-depth knowledge about Version Controlling, Code Automation, Automation Testing Framework, Infrastructure as a Code, Continuous Integration, Continuous   Deployment and Delivery, Configuration Management, and Monitoring of applications in a very effective manner.

Post completion of Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance, you will be able to acquire the following skills:

  • Describe DevOps methodologies and the core concepts behind CICD
  • Explain the types of version control systems, continuous integration tools, continuous monitoring tools, and cloud models
  • Work with: Git with GitHub
  • Manage and track different versions of the source code and all artifacts using Git
  • Configure your private Jenkins.
  • Build and Automate Test using Jenkins and Maven
  • Integrate JUnit with Jenkins
  • Automate testing of web elements using Selenium suite of tools
  • Describe the importance of Configuration management tools like Chef and Puppet.
  • Learn different roles and Command Line usage of Ansible
  • Build and Deploy containerization using Docker
  • Perform Continuous Monitoring using Nagios
  • Describe the importance of cloud in DevOps, use of AWS in DevOps
  • Set up your entire CICD pipeline and execute it using a series of automation tools

Creating Next Gen Engineers!


Devlabs Alliance has partnered with DevOpsUniversity to impart certified DevOps courses. DevLabs Alliance grants valuable DevOps certifications to IT professionals, who want to excel or build their careers in the emerging world of DevOps.

Exam Format:-

  • Language: English
  • Number of Questions: 30
  • Passing score: 75 (21 Questions)
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Format: Online exam with multiple choice and True/False
  • Maximum Attempts: 1
  • Certificate validation – Lifetime
  • Certification cost – $95 (Included in the workshop)

Why you should take this course from DevLabs Alliance

DevLabs Alliance offers the most comprehensive DevOps training that has been curated after thorough research and matches the industry requirements.

We at DevLabs Alliance are committed to equipping you with a 360-degree understanding of DevOps methodologies and preparing you for a successful career in this ridiculously fast-growing field.

FeaturesDevLabs AllianceOther Training Providers
Classroom Session ✔ Interactive Classes room session with Extensive hands-onInstructor-led, no hands-on
1-1 Training
Training ScheduleFlexibleFixed
Customized Course
Access to Recorded Videos
EMI Options
Support Post Session
Case Studies Discussion
Course Details
  • Linux Introduction
  • Linux commands and tools, and file operations in Linux
  • User Administration
  • Boot and Package Management
  • Linux process and scripting
  • Security Administration, Shell Scripting and Virtualization
  • Networking
  • What is DevOps?
  • IT Evolution
  • History of DevOps
  • Different Teams Involved
  • DevOps definitions
  • DevOps and Software Development Life Cycle
  • Waterfall Model
  • Agile Model
  • DevOps main objectives
  • Prerequisites for DevOps
  • Continuous Testing and Integration
  • Continuous Release and Deployment
  • Continuous Configuration Management
  • Continuous Application Monitoring
  • DevOps Toolsets
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing
  • Introduction to cloud computing world
  • History
  • Cloud business models
  • Public, Private and Hybrid cloud models
  • Advantages of cloud computing
  • AWS Regions and Availability zones. Tools to access services.
  • AWS Cloud Setup – Free Tier
  • Overview of the console
  • Aws Ec2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
  • Aws S3 (Simple Storage Service)
  • Security Groups
  • Version Control System
  • Centralized & Distributed Version Control System
  • Anatomy of GIT
  • GIT Features
  • Git Commands
  • 3-Tree Architecture
  • GITHUB Projects
  • Git Repositories
  • GITHUB Management and Commands
  • Clone
  • Checkout
  • Commit
  • Push
  • Merge
  • Pull Request
  • Fork/Pull
  • Git Branches
  • Remote branch
  • Local branch
  • Advantages of Git
  • Java Compiler
  • Maven Life Cycle
  • Maven Installation
  • Maven build requirements
  • Maven POM XML File
  • Getting started with Jenkins
  • Overview
  • How to Take this Course and How to Get Support
  • About Continuous Integration
  • Introduction to Jenkins and the History of Jenkins
  • Install Java
  • Install Jenkins
  • Jenkins’ Architecture and Terms of Jenkins
  • Overview of Jenkins UI:
  • Dashboard and Menus
  • Create Our First Jenkins Job
  • Run our First Jenkins Job
  • Email configuration, Global Security, Master-Slave Architecture.

Continuous Integration (CI) with Jenkins

  • Install Git and Jenkins GitHub Plugin
  • Install Maven on Our Local Box
  • Configure Jenkins to Work with Java, Git and Maven
  • Text Direction: Create our First Maven-based Jenkins Project
  • Create our First Maven-based Jenkins Project
  • CI Pipeline
  • Compile
  • CodeReview
  • UnitTest
  • CodeCoverage
  • Package
  • Integration with JFrog and Sonar
  • Run our First Jenkins Build and Jenkins Workspace
  • Trouble Shooting: Run our First Jenkins Build and Jenkins Workspace
  • Triggers in Jenkins

Continuous Delivery with Jenkins

  • Archive Build Artifacts
  • Install and Configure Tomcat as the Staging Environment
  • The latest Deploy to Container plug-in
  • Jenkins Build Pipeline
  • Parallel Jenkins Build
  • Master and slave
  • Deployment
  • Overview & Setup
  • What is docker & why
  • Docker Editions: Which Do I Use
  • Docker Version Format Change in Early 2017
  • Docker Support for Different OS
  • Docker for Windows
  • Docker for Mac
  • Docker for Linux
  • Docker for Linux Setup and Tips
  • Download Docker CE for your Linux distribution
  • Download Docker Compose

Introduction to Docker Components

  • Docker Hub (public repo)
  • Docker Trusted Registry (Private repo)
  • Docker Engine
  • Docker Container
  • Docker Image
  • Docker Compose
  • Docker Swarm
  • Docker Services

Docker Images

  • Image? What is it in Docker World?
  • Official Docker Image Specification
  • Centre for Images: The Docker Hub (Public)
  • List of Official Docker Images
  • Working with Images: image layers, tagging, Pushing to Docker Hub
  • Building Images: The Dockerfile Basics
  • Build Your Own Dockerfile and Run Containers

Docker Containers & Internals

  • Container VS. VM
  • Detached and Interactive Modes
  • What Happens When We Run a Container?
  • What`s Going on In Containers: CLI Process Monitoring
  • Getting a Shell Inside Containers
  • Container Lifetime & Persistent Data Using Volumes
  • Docker container Networking, default & user defined networks

Docker Compose

  • Spin up multiple containers with Single command
  • Docker Compose and the docker-compose.yml File
  • Running Compose Commands
  • Adding Image Building to Compose Files
  • Introduction to Swarm & Advantages
  • How to create a swarm (cluster of nodes)
  • How to add nodes to swarm
  • How to deploy services/containers to swarm
  • Docker stack deploy
  • Introduction to UCP (universal control pane)
  • What and why is Kubernetes
  • Comparison with Docker Swarm
  • Installation
  • Components and Terminology
  • Masters and Nodes
  • Pods
  • Replications
  • Services
  • Deployment
  • Introduction
  • Ansible Server / Ansible Controller
  • Ansible and Infrastructure Management
  • Ansible Server Configuration file
  • How Ansible picks the configuration
  • Update MISC parameters
  • Ansible Inventory
  • Ungrouped Hosts
  • Grouped Hosts
  • Groups of Groups
  • checking connection to remote nodes o SSH Keys
  • Using username/password
  • Ansible Facts
  • Ansible Playbooks
  • ‘hosts’ parameter
  • ‘become’ parameter
  • ‘gather_facts’ parameter
  • ‘tasks’ parameter
  • Conditions
  • Loops
  • with_items
  • How to store output of one task and use it in another task
  • Variables
  • Roles
  • MISC
  • Ansible Vault
  • Ansible Pull
  • Ansible Galaxy
  • Ansible AWX (Tower)
  • Use cases and Examples
  • Overview of Puppet
  • Comparison of Ansible and Puppet
  • What Is Splunk
  • About Machine Data
  • What does Splunk Do?
  • Why Splunk
  • Understanding Splunk Architecture & its Components
  • Installation of Splunk and Forwarder
  • Splunk Search
  • Use cases and Examples
  • Infrastructure monitoring Intro
  • Nagios Core vs XI
  • Setting up Nagios
  • Configuring Windows & Linux Hosts
  • Configuring Alerts and Email Notifications
  • Plugins
  • Introduction to Prometheus and Grafana
  • Container monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana
  • Introduction to JPaC
  • Types of JPaC
  • Declarative
  • Scripted
  • Pipeline as a code basics
  • Building a basic CI pipeline as code for Java app
  • Building a job from pipeline code present in GIT repo.
  • Executing parallel stages in a pipeline
  • Generating pipeline script & directives using Jenkins inbuilt generators.
  • Introduction to Configuration Management
  • Introduction to Provisioning
  • Infrastructure as a code
  • About Terraform
  • Setting up Terraform
  • Understanding HCL
  • Basics of Terraform — variables, templates, modules & commands
  • Terraform for Local Changes
  • Terraform on AWS
  • Terraform on Google Cloud
  • Evolution of Microservices
  • Monolithic Architecture
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • What is Microservice
  • SOA vs Microservice
  • Microservice Develop
  • Write First Microservice
  • Microservice Testing
  • Testing Scenarios and Strategy
  • Test at Different levels
  • Deploying Microservice
  • Setting Up CICD pipeline
  • Touchless Deployment to Prod Environment

According to research by Gartner (World’s leading research and advisory company), the DevOps industry is expected to grow six times by the year 2025 and DevOps and Cloud technology-based jobs are going to be among the highest-paying jobs in the coming years according to Forbes. There are over 2 million available DevOps jobs. To groom the DevOps talent and meet the IT industry’s needs, DevLabs Alliance is putting efforts towards demand and supply, therefore the opportunity is right here. DevLabs Alliance strongly recommends that you become ‘Future-ready’ by upskilling yourself in DevOps.

It will be helpful if learners have a basic understanding of:

● Linux Fundamentals

As such, there are no prerequisites for enrollment in Certified DevOps Professional Course. Whether you are an experienced IT professional or aspiring to explore the world of DevOps, this workshop is designed and developed to accommodate various professional backgrounds.

All practical sessions, designed by DevLabs Alliance, will be performed on the AWS Cloud platform. Once you enroll for the Certified DevOps Foundation Course, DevLabs Alliance will assist you to set up your AWS Free Tier account, create VMs environment, and configure VMs with the required setup for the hands-on experience.

Please inform us at the earliest. We will try to arrange some extra time so that you can align yourself with Certified DevOps Professional ongoing classes.

For Virtual Instructor-Led (IVLT) training:

You are requested to raise the refund request within 7 days of the beginning of the first batch in which you are eligible to attend. Refund/Money back does not apply in any other condition, except the batch is cancelled by DevLabs Alliance due to instructor unavailability insufficient enrollments, or forced measures(like floods, earthquakes, national/global pandemic, political instability, etc.). However, the learner can choose to join another batch of the same training/course after discussing with DevLabs Alliance management.

For refund conditions, please refer to the “Refund” section below.

For Classroom Training

We may need to postpone/cancel an event because of many reasons, such as insufficient enrollments, instructor unavailability, or force majeure events (like floods, earthquakes, political instability, etc). For refund conditions, please refer to the “Refund” section below.

For Refund(applicable for IVLT and Classroom training)

If we cancel an event, 100 percent of training/course fees will be refunded to the learner.

If a cancellation is done by an attendee, 7 days (or more) before the batch begins, a total of 10% of the total paid fee will be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the learner.

If a cancellation is done by a learner within 7 days (or less) of the start of the batch or after attending a maximum of 2 classes, 25% of the total paid fee will be deducted and the remaining amount will be refunded to the learner.

Refund requests can be initiated by sending emails to the DevLabs Alliance team at training@devlabsalliance.com or accounts@devlabsalliance.com. Refund request usually takes 3-4 working days to get approved by Finance and then 10-15 working days to get the payment back into the source account of the learner.

Yes, post-completion of the Certified DevOps Professional Course by DevLabs Alliance, a recording of the entire program will be shared through LMS for individual use only. Distribution of any material i.e. program recording, soft copy of training material, etc., without written consent or permission from DevLabs Alliance, is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

Please inform us at the earliest. For real urgent and unforeseen situations, we will try and accommodate you in any of the upcoming training batches.

On successful completion of your Certified DevOps Professional Course and scoring a minimum of 75% marks in the qualifying exam, you will be awarded the Certified DevOps Professional Certificate by DevOps University.

You can email us at training@devlabsalliance.com for all your queries related to Certified DevOps Professional Course. We will revert to the appropriate solution at the earliest.

Your Certified DevOps Professional by DevOps University has lifetime validity.

At present, we have the presence of DevLabs Alliance across geographic locations – Bengaluru, Delhi / NCR (NOIDA, GURUGRAM), Pune, London, and Singapore and continuously expanding domestic and international boundaries. DevLabs Alliance is also conducting online programs for Professionals which can be accessed across any location.

Yes, the DevOps Certifications issued by DevOpsUniversity.org are accepted worldwide.

Upcoming Classes
Training Schedule

10th Jun – 16th Jul 2023
Sat-Sun(6 weekends)

07.00 PM to 11.00 PM IST

Training Cost

INR 19999

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  • Enrolled: 1250 students
  • Duration: 40+ Hours
  • Modules: 13
  • Level: Advanced

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