Best Free DevOps Courses

Find the best online Free DevOps Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Net DevOps: Cisco Python, Automation, NETCONF, SDN, Docker

Learn Cisco Network DevOps: ACI, Ansible, Python, SDN, Kubernetes, Docker, Containers, NETCONF, includes free labs!

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 82196, Price: Free

David Bombal and Hank Preston discuss Network Automation, Network Programmability, NetDevOps and the future. What should you learn? CCNA or Python? And many other topics!

We discussed the following:

  • Hank Preston Introduction

  • How did you transition from being a traditional Network Engineer to a NetDevOps Engineer?

  • What would you recommend as the first step?

  • What should I start with? Ansible or Python?

  • Should I study CCNA or Python? CCNP or Python? CCIE or Python?

  • Hybrid Engineer, Next-Gen-Network Engineer, NetDevOps

  • What is DevOps? NetDevOps?

  • Is there a Cisco NetDevOps certification? CCNA/CCNP/CCIE type path?

  • What is DevNet? Is DevNet free?

  • DevNet Overview Demo (Free labs, free training, free resources, get support).

  • DevNet RESTCONF, NETCONF demo

  • What are containers?

  • What is Docker?

  • What are Microservices

  • What is Kubernetes?

  • Demo Kubernetes and ACI working together

Other topics were also discussed.

All the best!

David

JENKINS Beginner Tutorial – Step by Step

Learn Jenkins from scratch

Created by Raghav Pal - Automation Test Architect | Educator | 12 yrs

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Students: 60063, Price: Free

Jenkins is a Automation and CI Tool. It is a java application and very easy to learn.

This course is designed for complete Beginners to understand and learn Jenkins from scratch.

We will go very basic step by step in this course and by the end you will be able to use Jenkins at all levels.

Let's Get Started

DevOps – The Introduction Course

The Swiss Army Knife of DevOps and Cloud courses. Introduced basic DevOps concepts to an Absolute Beginner

Created by Mumshad Mannambeth - Best Selling Instructor| Author of Top 3% of Udemy's courses

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Students: 51603, Price: Free

This course is a must for those starting their journey into the DevOps and the Cloud world. Most of the Cloud and DevOps courses out there require a person to know some basic concepts such as a basic web application, deploying a lab environment using VirtualBox or on cloud platforms like AWS or GCP. 

Most DevOps tools rely on languages such as JSON, XML and YAML. YAML language is used by automation tools like Ansible and container orchestration tools like Kubernetes. A firm understanding of the YAML language is a must for a beginner learning these technologies. This course introduces YAML with simple and easy lectures and coding exercises that will help you practice YAML right in your browser.

This course also provides a high level overview of common technologies in DevOps such as Orchestration tools like Ansible, Puppet and Chef. And container technologies like Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift. This is NOT an advanced course and does not go in-depth into any of these technologies. Rather this is only meant to give you an introduction into these topics and help you start your journey.

Learn Devops Kubernetes deployment by kops and terraform

Comprehensive Nginx deployment to Kubernetes on AWS by using kops and terraform

Created by Jan Toth - Kubernetes enthusiast

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Students: 45727, Price: Free

Kubernetes as the orchestration platform for not only Docker containers is gaining more momentum everyday especially in DevOps like world. Besides other main orchestration systems Kubernetes can be considered as one of the most popular one. All big cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, Azure have already more or less adopted Kubernetes as a part of their portfolio and services. Kubernetes and Docker containers altogether create an ideal ecosystem for deploying micro services - which seems to be the model for next generation applications.

When thinking about containers and horizontally scalable applications we might be taking into account also some other other software such as Terraform which helps us tremendously to keep our infrastructure (independent of cloud provider) in immutable state. There are some officially supported tools like "kops" which hand in hand  with Terraform makes the Kuberentes deployment to AWS extraordinary easy and comprehensive and makes DevOps  people lives super easy.

The main goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive explanation to the people who are truly willing to deep dive in Kubernetes and Docker world and perhaps aspiring for DevOps carrier. In order to achieve this goal I have decided to use NGINX web server examples throughout this course - just because year back I was amazed by value which is delivered by web server itself. Imagine that every business in the world is serving their content via some kind of this powerful piece of software. Nowadays, we can take an advantage of deploying and scaling of docerized mainly Open Source web servers to Kubernetes at any cloud provider you can think of.

I hope you guys are going to enjoy this course and I am certain that anybody is more than good enough to complete this course. Crossed fingers and which you the best!

AWS DevOps CI/CD – CodePipeline, Elastic Beanstalk and Mocha

AWS DevOps Continuous Integration and Delivery CI/CD for NodeJS using AWS CodePipeline, AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Mocha.

Created by BackSpace Academy - The fastest route to cloud certification.

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Students: 43339, Price: Free

In less than 1 hour you will go from zero to CI/CD hero!

The very first AWS CI/CD course published on Udemy by the DevOps leaders at BackSpace Academy. The original and the best and,... it's FREE!

Complete with detailed lab notes included in the resources.

Create a bulletproof highly available and fault tolerant architecture for your NodeJS applications with a few simple clicks using AWS Elastic Beanstalk.

Build a bulletproof Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline using AWS CodePipeline. Integrate building and testing processes in your CI/CD pipeline using Mocha and AWS CodeBuild.

This course builds on the knowledge from our free "Amazon Web Services (AWS) - Zero to Hero" course and provides a good lead in to our massive 3 certification (AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, AWS Certified Developer Associate and, AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate) prep course "AWS Certified Associate (3 Cert Pack + Practice Exams)".

Best of all it's FREE!

DevOps: Beginner’s Guide To Automation With Ansible

Implement DevOps and Automation with Ansible, Work with Ansible CLI and debug, develop & work with Ansible Playbooks

Created by TetraNoodle Team - REAL KNOWLEDGE. REAL EXPERIENCE. REAL VALUE.

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Students: 25483, Price: Free

  • Do you want to set up a sophisticated DevOps culture in your organization and automate your build and deployment pipelines?

  • Do you want your continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines to evolve just like your source code does?

  • Do you want your DevOps engineers to be able to leverage each other’s work and collaborate as they have never collaborated before?

Today software engineers build complex software for a global audience to meet the ever-growing digital demands. As a result, the industry tries to keep up with the needs and competition. In software development, it is evident that trying to run a "simple" project by implementing a series of manual protocols, backed by instructions, just doesn’t work well anymore. This manual repetition of tasks does not add value to the project or even the organization. What can be done to maximize efficiency and scale up development? Automation to the rescue! Automation saves time, money, and efforts by increasing productivity.

In this course,” Beginner’s Guide To Automation With Ansible,” you are going to learn about the significance of automation in software development. You will also understand how Ansible can effectively fulfill your automation needs in projects of any scale or size.

Ansible is an open-source IT automation engine which can eliminate the drudgery of manual automation, deployment, and maintenance. It can help you dramatically improve the scalability, consistency, and reliability of your IT environment. It can also automate the configuration of a wide range of systems and devices such as databases, storage devices, networks, and firewalls. In simple terms, Ansible enables us to define our infrastructure as code in a simple declarative manner.

You can Use automation to your advantage by implementing Ansible automating tasks, such as configuration management, the orchestration of software lifecycles, provisioning tasks such as installing an operating system on a remote computer and deploying an application on top of the remote servers.

Ansible paves the path of innovation by proving that simplicity is the basis of all sophistication. At its core, Ansible has easily configurable components that are waiting to be explored.

With is customizable Playbooks, Modules, Templates, and Roles, there is nothing you can’t do in automation!

Just look at these amazing numbers:

According to recent data from jobs site Glassdoor, the national median salary for a DevOps engineer in the US is $110,000. 

60% of hiring managers are looking to fill DevOps engineer positions.

According to 2017 Open Source Jobs Report, a study conducted by The Linux Foundation and tech jobs site Dice,  42% of companies responding to the Open Source Jobs study want to add DevOps skills across their hiring portfolio.

DevOps engineer ranks #2 on Glassdoor’s 50 Best Jobs in America rankings

  • Do you know what it takes to orchestrate and manage your deployment and configuration pipelines easily and efficiently?

  • How you make sure, all your servers or nodes in your growing cluster have a consistent version of the code and all the relevant dependencies?

  • How do you make the deployment and configuration processes repeatable?

  • How do you build your deployment and configuration pipelines in code rather than a bunch of documents or checklists?

  • How do you deploy your infrastructure and code in a consistent, efficient and error-free manner?

These are some of the fundamental problems DevOps and IT engineers struggle with on a daily basis.

Whether you need to make your life easier by automating your administration tasks or you’re interested in becoming a DevOps professional, Ansible is an excellent place to start.

This course “Beginners’ Guide To Automation With Ansible” will benefit you if you are a software engineer or system administrator interested in learning about the significance of automation and the power of Ansible. This course will help you gain relevance in the industry of software development and deployment. Learning Ansible will definitely scale up your business profitability!

If you’re serious about building scalable, flexible and robust DevOps pipelines, then this course is for you.

These DevOps And IT skills are in high demand, but there’s no easy way to acquire this knowledge. Rather than rely on hit and trial method, this course will provide you with all the information you need to get started with your Ansible and DevOps projects.

Startups and technology companies pay big bucks for experience and skills in these technologies. They demand DevOps engineers provide them with robust and efficient DevOps solutions - and in turn, you can demand top dollar for your abilities.

Do you want the skills and be highly sought after? Do you want your career to touch cloud 9?

So, if you're ready to make a change and learn how to use Ansible, click the "Enroll Now" button below.

Still not convinced? Fine.

What if I told you that you risk nothing by enrolling "Beginner’s Guide To Automation With Ansible”? It costs nothing. No credit card required. No PayPal. No Cash. Zip Nada!

The course is absolutely FREE!

Look, if you're serious about becoming an expert DevOps Engineer and generating a more significant income for you and your family, it’s time to take action.

Imagine getting that promotion which you’ve been promised for the last two presidential terms. Imagine getting chased by recruiters looking for skilled and experienced managers by companies that are desperately seeking help. We call those good problems to have. :-)

Imagine getting a massive bump in your income because of your newly-acquired, in-demand skills.

That’s what we want for you. If that’s what you want for yourself, click the “Enroll Now” button below and get started today with our “Beginners’ Guide To Automation With Ansible.”

Let’s do this together!

AWS VPC Transit Gateway – Hands On Learning!

Learn AWS VPC Transit Gateway hands on by implementing 3 practical scenarios

Created by Kalyan Reddy Daida | DevOps & SRE Architect on AWS, Azure & Google Cloud Platforms - Best Selling Instructor, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, SRE

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Students: 20758, Price: Free

Welcome to this Amazing course on AWS VPC Transit Gateway. We will learn by practically implementing AWS VPC Transit Gateway in 3 practical scenarios.

1. Implement Transit Gateway using default route tables.

2. Implement Transit Gateway by sharing it with cross accounts.

3. Implement Transit Gateway by creating multiple custom route tables and controlling the traffic between different VPC's as desired.

4. During the process, we will create VPC's, Subnets, Route Tables, Internet Gateways and EC2 VM's where we gain knowledge about these features by practically creating them 4 times during the course.

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Introduction

  • 01 Step 01: Introduction

  • 01 Step 02: AWS Transit Gateway Introduction

Pre-requisite Environment required for Transit Gateway

  • 02 Step 01: AWS Transit Gateway Environment Setup Introduction

  • 02 Step 02: Create VPC, Subnet, Internet Gateway & Route Tables

  • 02 Step 03: Create EC2 VM's in all 3 VPC's

  • 02 Step 04: Test VM's by login to them

Create Transit Gateway with Default Route Tables

  • 03 Step 01: Create Transit Gateway

  • 03 Step 02: Create VPC Attachments for Dev and QA VPC

  • 03 Step 03: Test Connectivity for Dev and QA VPC

  • 03 Step 04: Create VPC Attachment for Shared (shrd) VPC and Test

  • 03 Step 05: Add new subnet in existing Availability Zone selected in VPC Attachment and Test

  • 03 Step 06: Add new subnet in new Availability Zone not selected in VPC Attachment and Test

Cross Account Sharing - Share Transit Gateway with external AWS Accounts

  • 04 Step 01: Introduction about Cross Account Sharing of Transit Gateway

  • 04 Step 02: Create Resource Share using AWS Resource Access Manager

  • 04 Step 03: External / Second / Cross Account: Create VPC, Subnet, IGW, Routes & EC2 VM's

  • 04 Step 04: Create VPC Attachment in External/Second Account and Accept it in First Account

  • 04 Step 05: Test the connectivity b/w Cross Account VPC and Dev, QA, SHRD VPC in First Accnt

  • 04 Step 06: Cross Account Transit Gateway sharing - Conclusion

Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables

  • 05 Step 01: Introduction to Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables

  • 05 Step 02: Cleanup current Associations & Propagations in default Route Table

  • 05 Step 03: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and QA VPC

  • 05 Step 04: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and Shared (shrd) VPC

  • 05 Step 05: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between QA and Cross Account Dev VPC (cadev)

  • 05 Step 06: Perform Negative Tests

  • 05 Step 07: Conclusion - Custom Route Tables in Transit Gateway

DevOps Series – Setup Environment using Virtual Machines

We are going to publish series of courses under DevOps

Created by Durga Viswanatha Raju Gadiraju - Technology Adviser and Evangelist

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Students: 16264, Price: Free

We are glad to announce DevOps Series where we will be publishing several courses over period of time.

This is the first course in the series where we will be covering setting up environment using Virtual Machines by leveraging Vagrant.

Why OVH and Baremetal Server?

  • In most of the enterprises, working professionals might have access to a physical server or powerful virtual machine with hyper virtualization enabled

  • To get to that state, I have rented server from OVH and setup Centos. It also helps professionals who got funding from their employer to learn newer technologies. They can rent the server, setup OS and then go with rest of the steps.

  • If you start this course with a server with root access in hand, you can skip some of the topics and directly jump on to setting up Vagrant.

Why Virtual Machines?

  • Most of the DevOps tools require multiple servers for hands on practice.

  • Using Virtual Machines is highly productive way of learning most of the DevOps tools.

  • Once you have virtual machines, you can learn many technologies with hands on experience.

    • Server automation tools like - ansible, puppet, chef etc

    • Container technologies like Docker

    • Orchestrating containers using Kubernetes

    • Setting up environment using Openstack

    • Creating CI/CD pipelines

    • Building Hadoop Clusters etc

Why Vagrant?

  • One of the challenge of using Virtual Machines is that, setting up Virtual Machines and networking them will take time.

  • Vagrant provide capability to add multiple virtual machines as a group.

  • It uses ruby script and we can program quickly and effectively to set up Virtual Machines the way we want.

  • Once we learn how to customize Vagrantfile after understanding ruby scripting, we should be able to set up multiple virtual machines in few minutes.

CI CD pipeline – Devops Automation in 1 hr

Learn about Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery

Created by Sanghapal S - IT Solutions Architect

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Students: 16172, Price: Free

As the basis for modern DevOps processes, it's important to understand CI/CD and learn how to set up a pipeline from scratch.

CI stands for Continuous Integration and CD stands for Continuous Delivery/Continuous Deployment. You can think of it as a process similar to a software development lifecycle.

After completing this course student will be able to understand CI CD pipeline

In coming lectures will add more videos about Devops tools like Ansible, docker, Kubernetes, ELK.

MASTER Git and Github for DevOps CI/CD

A crash course on developing an essential skill for Developer, Tester and Sysadmin

Created by Pranjal Srivastava - Docker | Kubernetes | AWS | Azure | ML | Linux | Python

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Students: 6275, Price: Free

In stackoverflow 2020 survey, the most asked questions was related to Git. Git is everywhere as it is used by everyone whether by developer or tester or sysadmin. That makes Git as a must knowing skill to survive in IT jungle.

This is the crash course is fully packed with useful hands-on covering the key concepts at the same time without wasting crucial time of developer like you.

In this learning path you will learn all the fundamental concepts of Git like

  • What is Version Control System

  • What is Repository and difference between local and remote repo

  • Components of .git folder

  • What is branching and different types of branching

  • Different states of files in git

  • What is Merge and much more

This skill track is fully focused on the practical approach with having lots of handy-useful labs to make you an expert on Git and Github.

Practical Labs includes

  • Initializing git repository

  • Adding files to staging area and committing them to local repository

  • Pushing the local repository to remote

  • Creating different types of branches

  • Merging different branches

  • checking logs and history of commits

  • Comparing different commits

  • Creating .gitignore file to ignore specific kind of files and much more

Ansible for the Absolute Beginner – DevOps

Ansible to the absolute beginner in DevOps with hands-on

Created by Vijay Patel - DevOps Enabler | Cloud Practitioner

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Students: 5215, Price: Free

This course introduces the fundamentals of ansible different modules with hands-on practice, its created for a beginner in DevOps to basic fundamentals of Ansible with easy to do hands-on that you can practice with given example. The course introduces basic use cases of Ansible followed by an introduction to Ansible Inventory, Playbooks, Modules, Variables, Conditionals, Loops. Each lecture is accompanied by a hands-on demo of coding exercises giving the user a hands-on experience in developing Ansible Playbooks.

DevOps: Setting Up A Local DevOps Lab Environment

Learn How To Set Up A DevOps Lab Environment that consists of Virtual Desktops and Servers

Created by Dare Soremi - Web Developer, System Admin, DevOps & Cloud Specialist

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Students: 4201, Price: Free

Taking this course will give you a very reliable environment to practice what you have been learning on DevOps Engineering.

The environment we are creating will be similar to what you'll get from Cloud Service Providers like Amazon, Azure, Digital Ocean and the rest but without fear of charges.

If you are new to the DevOps things, this course is a must as it will give you enough room to practice because the only way to be good at anything is to practice often.

MASTER Docker Swarm ASAP

A practical oriented guide for Devops people with DCA sample questions

Created by Pranjal Srivastava - Docker | Kubernetes | AWS | Azure | ML | Linux | Python

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Students: 2683, Price: Free

This course is fully based on pragmatic approach without any kind of bogus content. A short, precise and practical oriented course for IT pros just like you.

In this course, you are going to learn about most popular orchestration management tool, DOCKER SWARM. It allows the user to manage multiple containers deployed across multiple host machines.

Docker Swarm is for small/medium size organization having less then 200 employees or cluster of less then 1000 machines.

The salient features of Docker Swarm is:

  • Easy installation

  • High level of availability

  • Scalability (Not Auto scalable)

  • Auto Load Balancing

  • Fault tolerance

  • Easy to rollback task

  • Decentralized access

  • Service Discovery

In this learning path, you'll get answers of what is docker, docker swarm, how to scale up the application, how to make fault tolerance and highly available applications and much more.

Then you'll be learning about how to create multiple Linux host machines with the help of docker machine and create virtual switch network among them for the communication. Once multiple cluster of nodes are ready to work with you'll learn to initialize docker swarm and generate token to add as many workers or managers into the swarm as per requirement.

Then you'll learn to deploy docker services (Image for microservices) in 3 node cluster

You'll have lots and lots of detailed hands on various commands related to docker swarm, docker nodes, docker containers, docker services.

Lectures backed by practical exercises makes it easy to understand without wasting time in doing troubleshooting. This is the only course that provides 90% practical hands on with 10% theory to support the topic.

AZ-400 Part 1 – Azure DevOps-Code Versioning with TFVC

Learn the basics of Azure Devops

Created by Sharma Sharma - Seasoned Programmer

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Students: 2456, Price: Free

Learn the basics of the Azure DevOps - Code Management like -

1. Creating Project

2. Code Check-in

3. Get Latest code from server

4. Resolving conflict

5. Reverting your changes

6. Shelve sets

7. Branching

8. Merging

9. Compare the code with server

10. Compare the code with workspace

11. Adding new member into the project

12. Access Control on the Project

Service provided in Azure Dev ops

Azure Boards

Deliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools to plan, track and discuss work across your teams.

Azure Pipelines

Build, test and deploy with CI/CD which works with any language, platform and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously.

Azure Repos

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

Azure Test Plans

Test and ship with confidence using manual and exploratory testing tools.

Azure Artifacts

Create, host and share packages with your team and add artifacts to your CI/CD pipelines with a single click.

When was Azure DevOps launched?

Despite being launched in October 2018, Azure DevOps is not the new kid on the DevOps block. Its lineage can be traced all the way back to Visual Studio Team System which was launched in 2006. This is a mature product with a rich feature-set that has over 80,000 internal users at Microsoft.

What are the benefits of Azure DevOps?

Reliability

As a SaaS offering, Azure DevOps is reliable, scalable and globally available. It is also backed by an SLA of 99.9% uptime and by 24×7 support.

Access to the latest features

Azure DevOps users get access to new features every 3 weeks. Microsoft is transparent, have published the product roadmap and are committed to rapidly iterating on the feature-set.

End of the upgrade cycle

For organisations running on-premises CI/CD tooling, upgrades are a regular headache. By moving to a SaaS model, you no longer need to worry about patching and upgrading the toolchain.

DevOps 101

Beginner’s guide to pipelines, CI/CD, tools, and automation with Buddy

Created by Tom Papiernik - Technical Writer at Buddy

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Students: 1972, Price: Free

Welcome to DevOps 101!

This free course is designed to introduce you to the world of DevOps and explain the very basics of CI/CD, pipelines, automation, and more. Whether you're a rookie engineer dreaming of becoming a DevOps pro, or you're an IT professional who's tired of not knowing what this "DevOps" thing your colleagues are talking about is - this course is for you.

You don't have to have any engineering background to learn from this course! Naturally, since we're talking about automating software development, some tech-talk is involved. But don't worry, this course won't ask you to know Python, Ruby, Kubernetes, or Docker. In fact, you don't need to know any programming language, there aren't any prerequisites* - just watch and learn!

Here's what you're going to learn about: 

  • What is DevOps? What is it not? 

  • What are pipelines?

  • What are: CI/CD and... CD? 

  • How to inject your project with a healthy dose of automation and gain more time to write code?

  • What are Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment? What approaches to use when creating pipelines for these models?

... and more!

The course is created in collaboration with Victoria Lo and is based on her article series. Make sure to read the articles listed in the "resources" section for each lecture to learn even more.

* Well, I'm showing everything using MacOS so it'll be easier for you to follow in my footsteps if you've got a Mac as well.

AZ-400 Part 2 – Azure DevOps with Git

Learn the basics of Azure Devops

Created by Sharma Sharma - Seasoned Programmer

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Students: 1789, Price: Free

In this course I have covered the Azure Devops Source Code versioning with - Git.

Service provided in Azure Dev ops

Azure Boards

Deliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools to plan, track and discuss work across your teams.

Azure Pipelines

Build, test and deploy with CI/CD which works with any language, platform and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously.

Azure Repos

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

Azure Test Plans

Test and ship with confidence using manual and exploratory testing tools.

Azure Artifacts

Create, host and share packages with your team and add artifacts to your CI/CD pipelines with a single click.

When was Azure DevOps launched?

Despite being launched in October 2018, Azure DevOps is not the new kid on the DevOps block. Its lineage can be traced all the way back to Visual Studio Team System which was launched in 2006. This is a mature product with a rich feature-set that has over 80,000 internal users at Microsoft.

What are the benefits of Azure DevOps?

Reliability

As a SaaS offering, Azure DevOps is reliable, scalable and globally available. It is also backed by an SLA of 99.9% uptime and by 24×7 support.

Access to the latest features

Azure DevOps users get access to new features every 3 weeks. Microsoft is transparent, have published the product roadmap and are committed to rapidly iterating on the feature-set.

End of the upgrade cycle

For organisations running on-premises CI/CD tooling, upgrades are a regular headache. By moving to a SaaS model, you no longer need to worry about patching and upgrading the toolchain.

AZ-400 Part 3 – Azure DevOps – CI and CD

Learn the basics of CI and CD using Azure Devops

Created by Sharma Sharma - Seasoned Programmer

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Students: 1409, Price: Free

In this course I have covered the CI and CD using Azure Devops.

In software engineering, CI/CD or CICD is the combined practices of continuous integration and either continuous delivery or continuous deployment.

CI/CD bridges the gaps between development and operation activities and teams by enforcing automation in building, testing and deployment of applications.

Service provided in Azure Dev ops

Azure Boards

Deliver value to your users faster using proven agile tools to plan, track and discuss work across your teams.

Azure Pipelines

Build, test and deploy with CI/CD which works with any language, platform and cloud. Connect to GitHub or any other Git provider and deploy continuously.

Azure Repos

Get unlimited, cloud-hosted private Git repos and collaborate to build better code with pull requests and advanced file management.

Azure Test Plans

Test and ship with confidence using manual and exploratory testing tools.

Azure Artifacts

Create, host and share packages with your team and add artifacts to your CI/CD pipelines with a single click.

When was Azure DevOps launched?

Despite being launched in October 2018, Azure DevOps is not the new kid on the DevOps block. Its lineage can be traced all the way back to Visual Studio Team System which was launched in 2006. This is a mature product with a rich feature-set that has over 80,000 internal users at Microsoft.

What are the benefits of Azure DevOps?

Reliability

As a SaaS offering, Azure DevOps is reliable, scalable and globally available. It is also backed by an SLA of 99.9% uptime and by 24×7 support.

Access to the latest features

Azure DevOps users get access to new features every 3 weeks. Microsoft is transparent, have published the product roadmap and are committed to rapidly iterating on the feature-set.

Devops Environment – Prep for getting started

All about virtual Machine creation and software installation

Created by Arbaz Md - Devops Engineer

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Students: 637, Price: Free

A virtual machine is an efficient, isolated duplicate of a real computer machine.Current use includes virtual machines that have no direct correspondence to any real hardware.The physical, "real-world" hardware running the VM is generally referred to as the 'host', and the virtual machine emulated on that machine is generally referred to as the 'guest'. A host can emulate several guests, each of which can emulate different operating systems and hardware platforms.

The desire to run multiple operating systems was the initial motive for virtual machines, so as to allow time-sharing among several single-tasking operating systems. Unlike virtual memory, a system virtual machine entitled the user to write privileged instructions in their code. This approach had certain advantages, such as adding input/output devices not allowed by the standard system.

As technology evolves virtual memory for purposes of virtualization, new systems of memory over commitment may be applied to manage memory sharing among multiple virtual machines on one computer operating system. It may be possible to share memory pages that have identical contents among multiple virtual machines that run on the same physical machine, what may result in mapping them to the same physical page by a technique termed kernel same-page merging (KSM). This is especially useful for read-only pages, such as those holding code segments, which is the case for multiple virtual machines running the same or similar software, software libraries, web servers, middle ware components, etc. The guest operating systems do not need to be compliant with the host hardware, thus making it possible to run different operating systems on the same computer (e.g., Windows, Linux, or prior versions of an operating system) to support future software.

The use of virtual machines to support separate guest operating systems is popular in regard to embedded systems. A typical use would be to run a real-time operating system simultaneously with a preferred complex operating system, such as Linux or Windows. Another use would be for novel and unproven software still in the developmental stage, so it runs inside a sandbox. Virtual machines have other advantages for operating system development and may include improved debugging access and faster reboots

DevOps : Docker UI With DockStation, Portainer, Lazy Docker

DevOps, Docker UI For Obsolete beginners with Portainer, LazyDocker, DockStation, & How to run Dockerfile without Docker

Created by Tinku R - DevOps Lead

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Students: 447, Price: Free

  • This course is only for Beginners which gives JUST an introduction to 3 Docker UI tools.

  • If you've any idea on any of these tools, then I wont think this course will hepls for you, as we're covering only basic concepts like (Introduction to the tool, Installation for the tool, Basic commands like how to Run Docker Image, how to see the Images, How to delete the containers, Create Containers, aso will see different UI options that are in each and every tool).

  • I wont say that you will become an expert in these tools, but I'm sure that this course will helps you to to get an basic idea on using of these UI tools.

  • We'll also see how we can run/test/compile Dockerfile without Docker software.

  • Following are the 3 Best UI tools which we're trending in Market and we'll also see these in Three UI tools in Three different Environments, so that we can practice in our convenient tool.

  1. DockStation on Windows

  2. Portainer on Play-With-Docker

  3. LazyDocker on Centos.

  4. How to run a Docker File or How to compile or How to create an Image without Docker software.

Based on Suggestion, if any one needs any Tool, then Defnately I'll try to add those tools as  well in up comming days.

All the best.

Using UFT Developer for Web Apps (Basic Course)

UFT Developer provides test automation capabilities in your IDE for Agile Development, Continuous Integration & DevOps

Created by Amir Khan - Making DevOps a reality with ALM Octane

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Students: 339, Price: Free

UFT Developer helps you develop automated tests for a wide range of technologies, using standard IDEs with modern programming languages. UFT Developer requires familiarity with the basics of programming in the language you use to develop your tests.

Requirements prior course:

  • Install the UFT Developer runtime engine on any machine where you want to run UFT Developer tests.

  • Install one or more supported IDEs and the relevant UFT Developer plugins on any machine where you want to write and edit UFT Developer tests.

In this course, you will learn how to use UFT Developer for Java using IntelliJ and JUnit as testing framework.

In the IDE of your choice, create a UFT Developer testing project, use UFT Developer to create test object descriptions and write tests that can perform operations on your applications.

Create a testing project

Create a UFT Developer testing project in the IDE of your choice, using the project templates provided with the UFT Developer plugins or use your own custom framework.

Customize your test settings

Customize the UFT Developer runtime server settings and report options.

Define test objects

Create test object descriptions that enable UFT Developer to identify the objects in your application and can withstand changes in the application you’re testing.

Write programmatic descriptions or use the visually oriented tools that UFT Developer offers to provide an interface to the tested application and its objects.

Write tests

After you create test object descriptions, write automated tests whose steps call the methods and properties of these UFT Developer test objects.

Add code to verify application behavior

Verify that the objects in your application look and behave as you expect.

When these special steps return false results, the step and test fail, but no exception is thrown and your test continues to run.

This course will cover the following:

  • Build Application Models

  • Create Test Scripts

  • Running Test Scripts

  • Calculation and custom checkpoints

  • Output Values and Parametrization

  • Data Driven Testing

  • Screen Recorder 

  • Using Reporter Object

  • Working with Test Recorder

  • Summary

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to:

  • be more productive

  • better collaborate

  • use agile methodologies in a smarter way

  • support the software delivery lifecycle

  • take on lead roles in your projects and advance in your career