DevOps: Streamlining Web Development
Because of the increase in effectiveness that is brought over by implementing DevOps, more and more organizations have started adopting the DevOps culture.
Some of the popular tech organizations that are going great after adopting DevOps are Amazon, Netflix, and Adobe.
So what is DevOps? How much does the traditional system change? How does this make web development easier or effective? How do I get started with this?
All these queries that you have in mind, and much more will be addressed in this course.
This course will introduce the basic concepts of DevOps and then move on to how web development in particular can be made more efficient and effective. Along with the high-level advantages and techniques, it also covers basic concepts of Docker, including creation and management of Docker containers and the client-server architecture of Docker. It also includes the basic know-hows of other development tools, such as Chef, and Jenkins, and how these tools can be used to overcome the challenges faced while implementing DevOps.
After completing this course, you will be able to use the various DevOps tools discussed in the course efficiently and orchestrate the multiple build jobs to achieve application deployment automation.
Style and Approach
This course follows a step-by-step, practical approach that starts off by introducing the basic concepts of DevOps and then introduces tools in a practical way to efficiently manage and automate the development and deployment of a web application onto a cloud service.
This course is a blend of text, videos, code examples, and assessments, all packaged up keeping your journey in mind. The curator of this course has combined some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete package. It includes content from the following Packt products:
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|Course Length||5 hours|
|Date Of Publication||29 Mar 2017|