• Next cohort Starts20th Jul, 2024
  • Learning FormatOnline Bootcamp
  • Course duration11 months
  • Next cohort Starts20th Jul, 2024
  • Learning FormatOnline Bootcamp

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DevOps is expected to grow 25 percent annually from 2024 to 2032, aligning with cloud and microservices. The market's current emphasis will be on QA, real-time monitoring, and security through access controls, encryption, and AI-driven solutions. 

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In-demand jobs globally

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Increase in DevSecOps demand

60%

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DevOps Engineer Training Overview

Begin your DevOps journey with our DevOps Engineer Certification Course, designed to empower you with the essential skills required to succeed in today's rapidly evolving tech landscape. In this DevOps Engineer course, you will master the core principles of DevOps and DevSecOps, fostering collaboration, automation, continuous integration, and deployment.

Key Features

  • Powered by Google Cloud Hands-on Labs
  • Participate in live virtual classes led by industry experts, hands-on projects, and integrated labs
  • Microsoft Learn portal access and an MS-branded certificate
  • Access capstone projects in 3 domains
  • Access to official IBM self-learning content

About the Program

What are the learning objectives of this DevOps Engineer Course Nashville?

The DevOps Engineer Training Nashville helps you develop the key skills necessary to become a DevOps expert. You will master Configuration Management, Continuous Integration, Deployment, Delivery, and Monitoring using DevOps tools. These tools include Git, Docker, Chef, Jenkins, Puppet, and Nagios in a practical, hands-on, interactive approach. Enhance your understanding of the fundamentals of Agile and Scrum methodologies and gain knowledge of the two major cloud platform providers—Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure with this DevOps Engineer Certification Training Nashville.
 
The DevOps Engineer course Nashville is built around a structured learning path recommended by industry experts. You will get access to 120+ live, instructor-led, online classes conducted by trainers who are experts in the field. You also get access to 90+ hours of high-quality e-learning, real-life case studies, chapter-end quizzes, simulation exams, and a community moderated by experts. Upon completing the requirements of the learning path successfully, you will be awarded the master's certificate from Simplilearn.

What projects are included in this DevOps Engineer Course in Nashville?

Some of the projects that are a part of this DevOps Engineer Training in Nashville include –

Project 1 Scenario:

A media company wants to create a website where users can upload their photographs, including captions and titles. You need to create thumbnails from photographs so multiple images can be displayed on the index pages. Customers should also be able to order prints on T-shirts, mugs, and other items. You need to design, implement, and deploy part of this system.

The project goal for this DevOps Engineer training in Nashville is to create and implement the business and integration tiers related to the project. In the final system, image files and thumbnails should be stored in a file system that’s accessible to the web server.

Project goals:

  • Set up a MySQL database in a Docker container
  • Design a database table structure for the data
  • Write an SQL script to create the table and enter some sample data
  • Create the table in the database
  • Create a Java entity object and map it to the database table
  • Create a DAO and its implementation
  • Create a Junit test case and write integration tests

The deliverables are:

  • SQL script
  • Entity object code
  • Hibernate configuration file
  • DAO and implementation code
  • Junit test case

Project 2 Scenario:

A library has a huge CD collection that must be cataloged. It needs to store the relevant information in a database and come equipped with a web front end. You must design, implement and deploy a part of this system. The project objective is to produce a web application that can implement the catalog. Each CD requires the information:

  • Title
  • Artist(s)
  • Year of release
  • Number of tracks
  • Total playing time

Each CD must also have a list of tracks with the following information:

  • Title
  • Author(s)
  • Playing time

Goals of the project:

You start off the project with the code and instructions for exercise 8.7. Get a copy of lesson 8's DevOps project, then rename the files from Monitor to Library. You only need to produce the web’s front end. The data manager can produce a hard-coded list of CDs instead of extracting them from the database.

The deliverables are:

  • The data manager Java file
  • The library controller Java file
  • The JSP which displays the CD list
  • A screenshot of the web page showing the list of CDs

Project 3 Scenario:

You must be able to convert an integer into words, like, for example, the number 57 needs to be converted into “fifty-seven”. The project’s objective in this DevOps Engineer course in Nashville is to create a method that converts the numbers 1 through 999 into words. If you have time, extend the numerical range beyond, but not exceeding 2 billion. Use Test Driven Development (TDD) to develop the method. You also require a standalone application that will read a keyboard number and prints the number's value as either regular words or the phrase "invalid number." The program should exit if the user enters 0.

The application must be packaged as an executable jar file using Ant.

 Goals of the project:

  • Clone the repository and install Ant.
  • Git clone https://github.com/simplilearn-devops/devops-project-3
  • Curl -O http://apache.mindstudios.com//ant/binaries/apache-ant-1.10.0-bin.zip
  • Unzip apache-ant-1.10.0-bin.zip
  • Ins apache-ant-1.10.0 ant
  • Start the VNC server
  • On your local machine connect to the VNC server on port 5901
  • Open the Numbers project in Eclipse
  • Add the jar files in lib to the classpath
  • Develop the numbers to words application using TDD
  • Implement the main application to read numbers from the keyboard and print out the values
  • On the server navigate to the Numbers project
  • Run ant to build the project. The build will fail if the unit tests fail.
  • ~/ant/bin/ant dist
  • The results of the unit tests are in the report directory which got created
  • Run the application and try it out
  • java –j Numbers.jar

The deliverables are:

  • The unit test java file
  • The number of words Java file
  • The main application Java file
  • The test results file from the report directory
  • A screenshot of the application output after running it with a representative set of numbers

Project 4 Scenario:

You are tasked with putting a few downloadable materials into Amazon S3 so your company’s customers around the world can access them.

But a month later, right in the middle of a huge marketing campaign, the marketing team realizes how pricey the S3 is, and assigns you the task of researching and implementing a cheap file distribution plan.

Goals of the Project:

  • Create an S3 bucket
  • Set its access permissions to allow all anonymous users to download the files from it
  • Upload sample files to an S3 bucket
  • Create a CloudFront distribution using an S3 bucket as its origin
  • Verify that the files are accessible

Project 5 Scenario:

Currently, Oscrop Corporation’s public-facing web application runs on an IIS web server located at the company’s chosen ISP. But Oscrop wants to migrate this web app over to Azure. As a result, you need to test the web app’s functionality by creating a test Oscrop web app. An internal team will supply you with a test web app for you to deploy. You must see to it that they can keep staging additional changes to the test web application before anyone can modify the public-facing website.

Oscrop’s operations team currently uses a Microsoft SQL Server database to store the web app’s back-end data on the company’s servers. You need to investigate the possibility of using an Azure SQL Database to host this database.

The operations team is also interested in monitoring how the database performs in Azure.

Goals of the Project:

  • Create a new web app
  • Deploy a web app
  • Manage web apps
  • Create an Azure SQL Database
  • Configure server firewall rules
  • Use SQL Server Management Studio
  • View database metrics

What is a DevOps Engineer?

The DevOps methodology promotes greater collaboration between Development and Operations teams. Therefore, DevOps engineers are professionals responsible for monitoring the lifecycle of the whole development process. DevOps engineers are crucial for performing tasks like guiding and watching CI/CD pipeline implementation, automating the related processes, any code releases, and resolving complications related to development, deployment, or maintenance.

Why become a DevOps Engineer?

The position of DevOps Engineer hit the top of LinkedIn’s list of Emerging Jobs of 2020 report for India. DevOps, partnered with Agile, sends business productivity to a whole new level, increasing Return on Investment (ROI), while decreasing product time to market. This makes DevOps Engineers are highly prized position, a role that someone who takes the DevOps Engineer course in Nashville can fill!

What is a DevOps Certified professional’s average salary?

Payscale reports that DevOps engineers can earn an average base pay of Rs 687K in India and $95K in the US. Professionals who take the DevOps Engineer course in Nashville and get certified can further enhance this earning potential.

Who should take the DevOps Engineer training in Nashville?

The DevOps Engineer, an important role taken on by a leader or subordinate, makes sure the project's DevOps plan is a part of the end-to-end development of the product in question, and at the same time creating a more positive attitude in the workplace.

Any professional who works in Operations or Development/Engineering teams can choose a career in DevOps and should take the DevOps engineer training in Nashville. On your way to becoming a DevOps Engineer, you may begin your career as a System Administrator, Automation Test Engineer, Software Engineer/Developer, or Operations Manager, then advance to positions such as a Release Manager, DevOps Test Engineer, Automation Expert, then finally become a full-fledged DevOps Engineer.

The DevOps Engineer course in Nashville is for ambitious professionals who want to fast-track their software development career industry. The following positions benefit the most from the course:

  • IT Team Leaders
  • Software Developers
  • Systems Administrators and IT Managers
  • Cloud Engineers
  • Developers
  • Engineers

What important skills will you learn with DevOps engineer training in Nashville

This Master's program in DevOps Engineering teaches you highly marketable tech skills like CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment), as well as Continous Delivery. It also provides hands-on experience with useful DevOps tools like Git, Docker, Kubernetes, Puppet, and much more. You will also understand how DevOps works symbiotically with the Agile methodology and DevOps on AWS.

What are the prerequisites for taking DevOps Engineer training in Nashville?

Candidates enrolling in this DevOps Engineer course in Nashville should come from a technical background. They should have a basic understanding of Java programming, Linux, and web development, and possess casual knowledge of cloud platforms like AWS and Microsoft Azure.

DevOps Engineer Certification Learning Path

By taking our DevOps certification course, you will learn to apply DevOps and DevSecOps concepts and leverage tools like Git, GitHub, Docker, CI/CD with Jenkins, Kubernetes, Prometheus, Grafana, and more.

Learning Path

Electives:
  • Master the important concepts of Linux Operating System from command line tools and utilities to concepts such as virtualization through this Linux Training Course

  • In this course, you will delve into the world of containerization and learn how to leverage the power of Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) to streamline your software development and deployment process.

  • Develop advanced skills in DevOps and Azure, including implementation strategy, security, compliance planning, and Azure Service Fabric setup, leading to a Microsoft Certified DevOps Engineer Expert certification.

  • In this module from IBM, you will learn how to create containers for your applications using Docker in production and solve problems of orchestration.

  • In this module from IBM, you will learn about Kubernetes which is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates deployment, management and scaling of applications.

  • This Cloud Computing Course includes AWS Developer Associate training that will teach you how to write code and design scalable applications, implement application security and testing, and develop expertise with key AWS components such as S3, DynamoDB, Elastic Beanstalk, and Cloud Formation.

  • Do you want to automate your IT infrastructure? Simplilearn’s Puppet Training Course enables you to do that and much more, like making your software and the systems it runs on more scalable.

  • The ASM certification is your gateway to learning the most popular Agile project management methodology. This Scrum Master certification online positions you to become a champion of Agile adoption in your organization and maximize results.

  • Simplilearn’s DevOps on AWS course is structured to build your understanding of both technologies using the advanced skills on CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline to automate continuous delivery and continuous integration for your application.

10+ Skills Covered

  • DevOps Methodology
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Configuration Management
  • Containerization
  • DevSecOps
  • Azure DevOps
  • Logging and Monitoring
  • Orchestration
  • Cloud Platforms

13+ Tools Covered

LinuxANSIBLETerraformPrometheusDocker FSDkubernetesGrafana_pgdoGit HubJenkins FSDMavenKibanaAWS Code PipelineAWS Code Comit

Capstone Projects

  • Project 1

    ASI Insurance

    Create a DevOps pipeline for an insurance company to build and deploy a microservice application architecture on Docker.

  • Project 2

    Orbit Bank

    Deploy a banking application that helps private banking clients manage their accounting on a Kubernetes cluster from Docker Hub.

  • Project 3

    HotelSide Hospital

    Automate and provision infrastructure using Terraform, EKS cluster, EC2 instances, and Jenkins server.

Disclaimer - The projects have been built leveraging real publicly available data-sets of the mentioned organizations.

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DevOps Industry Trends

DevOps is expected to significantly expand in the upcoming years, with a projected yearly growth rate of 25% from 2024 to 2032, As per N-ix. Integrating AI and ML into the software development life cycle is the primary catalyst for this growth.

Job Icon20.5% CAGR

Predicted Market Growth

Source: Market.us
Job Icon$138K

The average annual salary of a DevOps professional in the U.S.

Source: Glassdoor
Job Icon$57.3 Billion

Forecasted DevOps market size by 2032

Source: Market.us

Batch Profile

This program caters to working professionals from a variety of industries and backgrounds; the diversity of our students adds richness to class discussions and interactions.

  • The class consists of learners from excellent organizations and diverse industries
    Industry
    Information Technology - 38%Software Product - 32%Banking - 9%Telecommunications - 7%BFSI - 3%Others - 11%
    Companies
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DevOps Engineer Training FAQs

  • How do I earn the DevOps Masters Program certificate?

    To earn the DevOps Engineer Masters Program certificate, you will be required to first complete the following modules along with the respective Capstone projects:

    • DevOps Certification Training
    • Docker Certified Associate (DCA) Certification Training Course
    • Container Orchestration using Kubernetes

    Additionally, to strengthen your knowledge, you can take the two electives on Docker Essentials and Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift V2 provided in collaboration with IBM Developer Skills Network.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment to this DevOps Engineer Certification Program? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment to this DevOps Engineer course if necessary. We will refund the DevOps engineer training price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, you can view our refund policy

  • Where do DevOps Engineers hang out online?

    DevOps engineers love to collaborate on various platforms to exchange ideas and learn from each other. That’s the whole point of DevOps, really.

    The most popular online platforms where DevOps engineers collaborate on include GitHub and StackOverflow. Additionally, social media platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+ are popular among DevOps engineers as they can follow like-minded individuals in relevant groups.
     

  • How long does it take to Become a Skilled DevOps Engineer?

    By dedicating 5-6 hours a week to learning DevOps, you can become a skilled and successful DevOps engineer in just 2-3 years. 

    With Simplilearn’s masters in DevOps engineering, you can gain expertise in DevOps engineering within one year through our comprehensive teaching methodology and 100+ hands-on projects. 

  • Can a DevOps Engineer be called technical pro?

    Sure, a DevOps Engineer can be called a technical pro. DevOps Engineer is closely engaged in complex processes leading to software development and its timely and successful deployment according to the customer/project requirements.

  • How vital is Linux for a DevOps Engineer?

    Compared to other operating systems like Windows and macOS, Linux is the most customizable and allows downloading required DevOps tools in the simplest and fastest way. Consequently, Linux is highly relevant for DevOps as it imparts the flexibility and scalability required to generate a dynamic software process. Using Linux, DevOps engineers can easily modify the software as per their requirements and configure it to work for them.

  • Disclaimer
  • PMP, PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PgMP, PfMP, ACP, PBA, RMP, SP, and OPM3 are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.