DevOps Training | 16-17 April 2015 | Pune

DevOps Training | 16-17 April 2015 | Pune


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About The Event


DevOps Training   


Learn how to think and act from a DevOps mind set. This training is a combination of theory mixed with hands-on workshops. The main focus is on understanding the principles. The tools used during the workshops are easily replaced by your own favorite tool as long as you follow the principles.


"Positive, learned a lot. Good introduction with effective hands-on part - Developer, Topicus


Programme and Course Overview


After following this training, you will be able to participate in the core team that leads your organization in the transition towards DevOps.


The Core Concepts of DevOps

  • Principles of DevOps
  • Organizing for DevOps
  • DevOps Culture


Develop software that is always in a releasable state

  • Excellent Use of Version Control
  • Single Command Build
  • Continuous Integration
  • Automated Deployment
  • Automated Testing / (A)TDD/BDD


Fully automate your infrastructure management

  • Automated Provisioning
  • Automated Configuration Management
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Centralized Logging
  • Monitoring


Eliminate even the smallest risk of configuration drift

  • Immutable Infrastructure
  • Containers (Docker)
  • Service Discovery
  • Golden Images


Keep production monkey-proof while releasing all the time

  • Continuous Deployment
  • Canary Releases
  • Dark Launches
  • Simian Army / Chaos Monkey


Tools used

Multiple tools are used to illustrate the DevOps practices and principles during the hands-on workshop, including:

  • Consul, Cucumber,
  • Dashing, Docker,
  • ELK-stack,
  • Git,
  • Gradle,
  • Grafana,
  • Jenkins,
  • Packer,
  • Salt,
  • XLD and
  • XLR.


The principles covered in this training easily translate to other similar tools like: 

  • Ansible,
  • Ant,
  • Bamboo,
  • Chef,
  • Codeship,
  • etcd,
  • FitNesse,
  • Graphite,
  • Graylog2,
  • Grunt,
  • Maven,
  • Mercurial,
  • Puppet,
  • Riemann,
  • Rocket,
  • Runbook,
  • sbt,
  • Selenium,
  • Splunk,
  • Travis or
  • any other tool that follows the same principles.


The training encourages you to choose the tools that best match for your specific situation.


The Trainer : Adriaan de Jonge 




Adriaan de Jonge started in April 2012 as a Consultant for Xebia IT Architects.


Adriaan is specialized in Internet, Content Management and Java. He is interested in new technologies like MongoDB, Node.js, HTML5 and various cloud computing platforms.


Suitable roles for Adriaan are Agile Architect, Technnical Team Lead and Consultant. Adriaan likes to expand his horizon with new roles and technologies. He prefers to work in close relationship with business departments.


In the past, Adriaan worked as a Software Architect for ANWB, as Information Architect for ICTU and as CMS Consultant for Radio Netherlands/Wereldomroep. Adriaan received a Bachelor's Degree in Informatics & Economics from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.


Adriaan is the author of Essential App Engine (Addison Wesley, October 2011) and several articles for IBM developerWorks on Java, XML, and Internet technologies. He has experience as a conference speaker on JFall 2011 and the Scandinavian Developer Conference in 2012.