DevOps Bootcamp. Sign up for a Free, 12-Week Training!
November 17, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - February 16, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
When: Every Friday, Nov 17, 2017 – Feb 16 2018, 17.00 – 19.00 h.
What: 12 training sessions (with a two-week break during the winter holidays).
Where: Optymyze Iasi Office.
How to sign up: Send your CV to email@example.com before October 31, 2017.
Optymyze is offering a DevOps training program to teach aspiring DevOps engineers about patterns and practices on how to design, scale and operate a modern infrastructure.
Join our training program and you will discover the DevOps world and gain hands-on and in-depth knowledge on these topics.
If you want to be one of the participants to our DevOps training, send your application before October 31 to our e-mail adress firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will be in touch with you shortly.
What you will learn:
Throughout this course, we will cover some general topics as to what a cloud native architecture is, go over the major public clouds and what services they provide, look into continuous integration and delivery practices, and how these impact the infrastructure.
In the second part of the course we will look into some of the emerging patters that we see in today’s world related to containers and schedulers, how services find one another in this very dynamic infrastructure, what some of the core components are, and the importance of observability, so that you understand what is happening in the infrastructure.
You are the perfect match if you have:
• Knowledge about Linux Operating System.
• A basic understanding of at least one programming language (or scripting one).
• Willingness to learn new concepts.
Course outline [Topics] and subtopics:
Cloud Native architecture
o What is a cloud native architecture
o Walking through the application stack
Operating systems as the foundation of the stack
o Linux – Container specialized OS’s
Public Cloud Provides
o GCP, AWS, Azure
o Services offered
o Avoiding the cloud vendor lock-in problem
o The importance of speed
o CI/CD principles
o Systems for CI/CD
Distributed systems overview
o Distributed system overview
o Distributed systems fallacies
The Distributed lock service
o What is a distributed lock service
o What do we used for
o Examples of implementation
Zookeeper, ETCD, Consul, Chubby
o What is service discovery
o Service discovery patterns
DNS as a service discovery system
Using Zookeeper as a service discovery system
o What is a datacenter scheduler?
o Why is deployment a scheduling problem
The Service Mesh patterns
o Why use the service mesh pattern?
o The Edge proxy
o The Service Mesh
o What is observability
The pull vs push problem
The importance off logging.