Advanced Multi-Project
DevOps Accelerator Course

Upon completion of this comprehensive multi-project accelerator program, participants will possess the skills to create, execute, and oversee intricate DevOps frameworks in practical scenarios. Showcase your expertise with a compelling portfolio during your future DevOps interviews. Gain the confidence to tackle real-world applications confidently.

Learn with live instructors

No pre‑recorded content

Project based learning

Build an impressive portfolio

Job assistance provided

Add-on: Work 1-on-1 with a career coach

Program Cost

Upfront: $2000 (Discounted)

Bootcamp length

6 Months

Bootcamp start date

July 8th, 2023

A Simple "Hello World"
Project won't land you a job

Being a DevOps engineer necessitates prior experience through employment or an impressive project portfolio. If you’re encountering difficulties in obtaining a DevOps position, even after providing the correct answers during interviews, it may be due to a lack of a substantial project portfolio hindering your dream job prospects. Let’s delve into the depths and transform you into a DevOps superstar.

What you'll learn

Project Curriculum

DevOps Curriculum

1. Fork the main branch from Ansible
2. Create a multi-branch pipeline in Jenkins
in your folder: Name: ansible-tomcat-
install-deploy
a. Spin 2 AWS VMs (one for prod and
one for Dev) using ssh key
b. Create a pipeline to configure the
above VMs with Tomcat
c. Deploy hello-maven code to both
the VM (s)

1. Obtain the Sample Application
2. Create an Nginx conf file for the Server Block
3. Set up the Ansible-playbook on the Control Node
a. necessary packages like Nginx will be installed
b. Application files will be copied
c. The Custom Nginx conf file will be applied and enabled
d. Open Port 80 on UFW
e. Set up handlers for the Nginx service
4. Run the Playbook and use the server hostname or IP to access the Application.

1. Build and Test the Application Locally using Maven
2. Create Settings.xml in JFROG
3. Transfer the deploy distribution management from JFROG onto pom.xml
4. Create a Jenkinsfile for the CI/CD
5. Implement Static code analysis utilizing SonarQube
5. Run your Jenkins Pipeline Job and send artifacts to JFROG Artifactory.

1. Explain Architecture
2. Create a remote host/hosts
3. Create a remote user with sudo privileges
3. install ansible on control node
4. Set up Ansible Playbook and create the plays, tasks
5. Run the Playbook
6. Navigate to browser and check the application

1. Explain the Architecture
2. Create Yaml Manifest files for the Stack
3. Create a Kubernetes Cluster (local/cloud)
4. Deploy the application and its services onto the Cluster
5. Perform Deployment, nodes, pods, services management using kubectl
6. Test the application stack
7. Clean up

1. install Node JS
2. Initialise Application
3. Install Dependencies
4. Create an application file
5. Test the Application Locally.
6. Dockerize Application (Create Dockerfile –production)
7. Build and Push Image to a Docker Registry (e.g ECR, Dockerhub, DOCR)
8. Create a Kubernetes Manifest file for the Application
9. Create a Kubernetes Cluster (Cloud or locally)
10. Deploy the Application onto the Kubernetes Cluster
11) Test your deployed Application

1. setup
2. clone application to the terminal
3. build the application using Maven,
4. Test the application locally
5. Dockerise each application stack
6. deploy the images to a public registry
7. Create a Cluster
8. Create a deployment and service manifest files for each service
9. Deploy the Microservice onto the Kubernetes cluster and test the Application.

1. setup
2. clone application to local and test the application
3. Dockerize the Application
4. Create a Jenkinsfile for automating the build of the Python Image
5. Create a Pipeline Job in Jenkins
6. push the built image to amazon ECR
7. Create ECS cluster
8. Create task definition and Run Task
9. Test Application on Browser

1. Explain The Microservice architecture
2. Clone application to Local Terminal
3. Create Kubernetes Cluster in any environment of choice
4. Deploy microservice manifest files unto Kubernetes Cluster
5. Perform Deployment, nodes, pods, services management using kubectl
6. Access your microservice on your browser.

1. Explain the concept and Workflow
2. Have a ready domain either on aws or a different domain registry
2. Hands-on demo

1. Explain Architecture (Docker, Mongo Atlas, AWS)
2. Test Application Locally
3. Dockerize the Application
4. Set up Production Server (Install Node, NPM, etc)
5. Push Application to Git
6. Clone Application onto Production Server
7. Set up compose file stack for the services
8. Run Application

1. Explain Architecture
2. Test Application Locally
3. Dockerize the Application
4. Create a Kubernetes Cluster
5. Create Manifest files for the Services
6. Deploy application onto Kubernetes Cluster
7. Set Atlas Operator
8. Deploy Custom resource definitions
7. Run Application

1. Explain Architecture
2. Dockerize the Application
3. Create Manifest files for the Services
4. Create a helm file and deploy your application using Helm
5. Configure your config files or services using customized
6. Deploy application onto Kubernetes Cluster
7. Run Application

1. Explain Architecture
2. Dockerize Node application
3. Create a stack of the application using compose
4. Bring up application and test
5. Bring down application
5. Create Deployments and Service manifests
6. Deploy Kubernetes Cluster using Terraform
7. Deploy application onto Cluster
8. Run application and Destroy resources

1. Explain Architecture
2. Set up IAM Authentication and configure AWS CLI
3. Test application Locally
4. Dockerize Application
5. Create tf config files to provision your network and security resources (VPC,Subnets,ALB, SGs)
6. Create tf config files to Provision your deployment environment (ECR, ECS (EC2 or Fargate), Task Def, Task or Services)
7. Create Jenkinsfile for your application
8. Push code to Github
9. Create a Pipeline Job and Build the Job
10. Check Created Resources
11. Test Application
12. Destroy Architecture

1. Explain Architecture
2. Get application To Development Server
3. Bring up Application and Test Locally
4. Containerized The Application and serve it with a web server
5. Push the Containerized Application to a Docker Registry
6. Push Application to Kubernetes Cluster
7. Run Application
8. Clean up

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1. Explain the workflow
2. Set up Permissions and integration
3. Create config manifest files for the infrastructures to Provisioned
4. Get needed Plugins and manage toos configuration
5. Create a Jenkinsfile
6. Push Resources To Public Repo
7. Create a Pipeline Job and Run it
8. Confirm Provisioned Resources
9. Use Jenkins to Automate Destroying the entire infrastructure

1. Explain workflow
2. Set up
3. Transfer source code to workspace
4. Give an overview of the stack
5. bring up the stack of applications
6. Test and demo the application stack
7. Bring down Application

1. Explain Architecture
2. Set up IAM Authentication and configure AWS CLI
3. Test application Locally
4. Dockerize Application
5. Create tf config files to Provision your deployment environment (ECR, EKS,VPC,SUBNETS,SG etc )
6. Create Jenkinsfile for you application
7. Push code to Github
8. Create a Pipeline Job and Build the Job
9. Check Created Resources
10. Test Application
11. Destroy Architecture

1. Explain workflow
2. Application source code walkthrough
3. Set up ECR repo
4. Build resume image
5. Push image to ECR
6. Create Cluster using CloudFormation Template or Terraform
7. Deploy Application onto ECS Cluster
8. Run Application
9. Bring down Infrastructure

Why become a DevOps
Engineer?

  • 01. DevOps is the most in-demand job title.

    The demand for skilled software engineers is skyrocketing. Extensive industry-led market studies conducted in recent years consistently confirm that DevOps engineers are the most sought-after IT professionals in digitally-driven companies.

  • 02. Flexibility and enhanced benefits

    DevOps Engineers enjoy highly attractive rewards in terms of both flexibility and compensation, making it one of the most financially rewarding roles in the IT industry.

  • 03. High salary for DevOps jobs

    According to BuiltIn, the mean annual salary for DevOps Engineers in the US amounts to $133,017. Additional cash compensation averages at $16,929, resulting in a total average compensation of $149,946. These figures are derived from responses provided by anonymous DevOps Engineer employees in the US.

  • 04. Make a real business impact

    One of the main drivers for DevOps Engineers is the opportunity to truly deliver tangible business outcomes within the role.

  • 05. Multiple opportunities in the profession

    With DevOps, the saying is true "there is room for everyone at the top." There are more DevOps opportunities than there are people to fill those positions.

  • Artifactory<br> Management
    Artifactory
    Management
  • Monitoring
    Monitoring
  • Build Tools
    Build Tools
  • Configuration<br> Management
    Configuration
    Management
  • Container<br> Orchestration
    Container
    Orchestration
  • Build Tools
    Build Tools
  • Cloud - Iaas
    Cloud - Iaas
  • CI/CD
    CI/CD
  • Version Control
    Version Control
  • Containers
    Containers

Avg. salary of a DevOps Engineer is around

$138,732 per annum

We prepare you for opportunities

Acquire the in-demand skills sought by companies and secure a job that brings you joy. At Ba-techcloud, our focus is on tangible results. We equip you for thriving tech careers.

Results are guaranteed

Gain interview within the first two weeks post graduation
0 %
of our graduates accept offers the first two-three weeks after graduating
0 %
Of them find employment before graduating
0 %
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Bryan
Johnson

Ba-techcloud stands out as a remarkable learning platform boasting highly skilled instructors. Its students not only gain theoretical knowledge but also develop practical expertise in utilizing management tools such as git, maven, nexus, sonarqube, Ansible, Docker for microservice deployment, Kubernetes for container orchestration, and Terraform as an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool.

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Talk to our advisors

Our program advisors will answer any questions you have about the Advanced Project-based DevOps Training for Jobs and what it’s like to learn with Ba-techcloud.

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Tuition breakdown and Learning Path

Bootcamp

$2500
$ 990 Pay in 4 installments with PayPal
  • One-time Pay upfront and save on total cost
$ $750 per month / 2 months
$1,500 in total payment
  • Monthly x 2 Break your payment into monthly cycles for a more flexible payment option
  • Learn alongside other motivated students in a structured live cohort. No more than 50 students per cohort.

One-on-One

$8500
$ $6,000 Eligible for PayPal Monthly
  • One-time Pay upfront and save on total cost
New
$ $3,250 per month / 2 months
$6,500 in total payment
  • Monthly Break your payment into monthly cycles for a more flexible payment option
  • Learn with one of our advanced DevOps instructors on a one-on-one basis. Classes can be flexible

The Advantage Of
Ba-Techcloud

Personalized learning and support

Customized learning to make your learning easier and comfortable. Receive personal support from support engineers and industry mentors. We guide you throughout your skill acquisition journey.

Live Instructor-led learning

Experience real-time learning with industry experts. We go beyond providing pre-recorded videos and infrequent check-ins. For those transitioning careers, live, instructor-led learning is the optimal method for acquiring new skills.

World-class instructors

At Ba-Techcloud, we value the caliber and experience of our esteemed instructors. Our cutting-edge curriculum is meticulously crafted and delivered by top-notch IT professionals, ensuring excellence in education.

Outcome oriented

In contrast to traditional boot camps that solely aim for certification acquisition, we go above and beyond. Our comprehensive training approach centers on your desired outcome to ensure a more fulfilling learning experience.

Frequently asked questions

NO: This advanced hands-on training program is designed for those who already have had some level of DevOps training, either self-taught or boot camp graduates. We don’t cover the Fundamentals, just high-level stuff. To break into DevOps without a tech background, you should register for our 6 months DevOps Industrial Training Program https://www.ibtlearning.co/courses/devops-engineer-industrial-training/Program

Our DevOps Industrial Training program is mainly designed for students with little to no IT experience. We take them through the fundamentals of programming before getting them into DevOps. The Advanced program is strictly hands-on and project-based.

The beginning of
an exciting journey

When you complete the form below. One of our enrollment officers will reach out to you within 12 hours to answer any questions you may have.

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Start Date
Days Of Class
Class Times
July 28th, 2023
Fridays
Saturdays
04:30pm - 6:30pm MST
6:00am - 8:00am MST