DevOps for Network Engineers (LFS266)
Skills Covered: DevOps, Project Management, DevOps Principles, Network Simulation, Testing with Mininet, OpenFlow and ONOS, Infrastructure as Code, Version Control (Git), Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery (Jenkins), Gerrit in DevOps, Jenkins, Gerrit, DevOps Process, DevOps Tools,
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course is designed to prepare network engineers with the information and skills required to begin incorporating DevOps activities, identify their role in the DevOps cycle, and incorporate their skills in a DevOps environment.
The course will train you to use DevOps technologies and Agile processes to simplify networks and contribute to connectivity, network performance tuning, stability, and a variety of other network management tasks.
This course’s lab exercises are planned to run on either native hardware or a virtual machine (VM) running under a hypervisor, such as those from the KVM, VMWare, or Virtual Box families. The course provides specific guidance for setting up your lab space.
If you’re using a cloud service like GCP or AWS, you should be able to finish the lab exercises with the free tier or credits that have been provided to you.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- How to adapt into a DevOps/Agile environment,
- Widely used DevOps techniques, how DevOps teams cooperate on tasks,
- How to confidently deal with applications and configuration files in version control,
- How to understand SCRUM team members’ positions,
- How to confidently implement Agile concepts in an enterprise, and many more.
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