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Azure DevOps Training

Coursack’s Azure DevOps Certification Training will prepare you for the Microsoft DevOps Engineer Expert certification. Microsoft has tried a couple of times to publish a DevOps certification over the past few years. Most recently the certification supported Exams 70-537 and 70-538 announced at Ignite 2018. In the end, with Microsoft’s move to role-based certifications, Exam AZ-400 is that the one that has come to remain. After gathering some feedback, the Microsoft team has finally decided on the exam which reflects the Azure DevOps Engineer job role.

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Why Learn Azure DevOps Certification Training?

With the rise within the adoption of DevOps methodologies in industries. Getting certified to endorse your DevOps skills are often exactly what your career needs. During the training with Coursack, you’ll get an in-depth understanding, and you’ll able to grab the Azure DevOps Certification. The Microsoft DevOps Engineer Expert certification, something that you’ll aim for. In DevOps it includes culture and practices, holding either an Azure Administrator Associate. Or having an Azure Developer Associate certification.

Who Are The Targeted Audience?

This certification seems to be a good fit you if you’re proficient with Agile practices within Azure. If you are able to design and implement solutions for infrastructure as code, compliance, configuration management. Also includes version control, release, build, and testing using Azure technologies. Your daily training involves in streamlining the deliveries by optimizing practices. And by creating automation, and improving collaboration.

1. Introduction to DevOps

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● Why DevOps?
2
● What is DevOps?
3
● Difference type of software development process
4
● Waterfall, Agile, Scrum and CMMI
5
● DevOps Market Trends
6
● DevOps Engineer Skills
7
● DevOps Delivery Pipeline
8
● DevOps Ecosystem
9
● Lab 1: Create a DevOps Flow for SDLC process on draw.io
10
● Lab 2: Create a Agile DevOps Flow for SDLC process on draw.io

2. Planning for DevOps

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● Transformation planning
2
● Create a team and agile organizational structure
3
● Design a tool integration strategy
4
● Design a license management strategy (e.g. Azure DevOps users)
5
● Design a strategy for end-to-end traceability from work items to working software
6
● Design an authentication and access strategy
7
● Design a strategy for integrating on-premises and cloud resources
8
● Lab 3: Agile planning and portfolio management with Azure boards

3. Getting started with Source Control

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● Centralized version control – Git
2
● Distributed version control – TFVC
3
● Introduction to Azure Repos
4
● Migrating from Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) to Git in Azure Repos
5
● Working with Git Hub Features
6
● Create Public and Private Repository
7
● Create Teams in GitHub
8
● Git Desktop Tool install and Configure
9
● Git GUI Tool install and Configure
10
● GIT CMD Tool install and Configure
11
● Git Life cycle Commands
12
● Pushing Code to GitHub
13
● Staging Code in git
14
● Creating, Deleting Git Branches
15
● Pulling from GitHub
16
● Merging branches using git merge
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● Lab4: Emulate a complete workflow for Git in production which include: Repository, Branch, Issues, Team, Forge and Tracking using Git Hub
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● Lab5: Use Git Hub and Git Desktop to Emulate a complete workflow for SCM Create Local repo, Publish as Remote repo, Clone, Branching, Merge Branching, History
19
● Lab6: Use Git Hub and Git GUI to Emulate a complete workflow for SCM use Local repo, Scan, Stage Commit, Push and Pull the code update
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● Lab7: Use Git Hub and Git CMD to Emulate a complete workflow for SCM use Local repo, Add , Commit, Push and Pull the code update

4. Automation of Azure Using Azure CLI & PowrsShell

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● Azure CLI for Azure Automation
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● Activate Azure CLI on Azure
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● View Resource Group Provisioning
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● Create Resource Group Using CLI
5
● Create IAM User Using CLI
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● Create VM using CLI
7
● Access Storage Using CLI
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● Lab8: Provision and De-provision a Resource Group using Azure Cli
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● Lab9: Provision and De-provision a Azure Virtual Machine using Azure Cli
10
● Lab10: Provision and De-provision a Resource Group using Azure PowerShell
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● Lab11: Provision and De-provision a Azure Virtual Machine Azure PowerShell
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● Lab12: Review the Management process of Azure Production Environment using Azure CLI & Azure PowerShell with Customer Immersion Environment

5. Configuration Management with Ansible on Azure

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● Ansible Basic
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● Infrastructure as Code
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● Activate Ansible on Azure
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● Lab14: Create Playbook for – Resource Group Provisioning & Deprovisioning
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● Lab15: Create Playbook for – Virtual Network Provisioning with custom CIDR and Subnet
6
● Lab16: Create Playbook for – Deploy a Webapp with Container Image from Docker Registry
7
● Lab17: Create Playbook for – Azure Linux Virtual Machine Provisioning with SSH Key Authentication
8
● Lab18: Create Playbook for – Azure Windows Virtual Machine Provisioning with Pass Authentication
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● Lab19: Create Playbook for –Storage Account and Blob Storage Provisioning

6. Visual studio Online

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● Overview of VSTS
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● Create VSTS Account
3
● Create Organization in Azure DevOps
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● Roles and Responsibilities in Vsts
5
● Create Project and User mapping to vsts
6
● VSTS Access to Different roles
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● Project management using vsts
8
● Test case Management through vsts
9
● Methodologies In VSTS (SCRUM,AGILE,CMMI)
10
● Can Ban Board Management
11
● Lab20: Configure the Azure Boards with Sample Basic Work items, Backlogs and Workflow
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● Lab21: Configure the Azure Boards with Sample Agile Work items, Iteration, Tasks and Workflow

7. Configuring Users and Security

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● Overview of VSTS security
2
● Adding or removing users in your VSTS account
3
● Configuring security using team project groups
4
● Fine-grain security options
5
● Lab22: Define Security on Azure DevOps Project

8. Implement & Manage Build Infrastructure

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● The concept of pipelines in DevOps
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● Introduction to Azure Pipelines
3
● Pipelines & Concurrency
4
● Azure DevOps and Open Source projects
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● Lab23: Provision the WepApp Artifacts from GitHub for Deployment on Azure Webapp

9. Set up a Release Management Workflow

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● Introduction to Continuous Delivery
2
● Release strategy recommendations
3
● Building a High-Quality Release pipeline
4
● Create a Release Pipeline
5
● Provision and Configure Environments
6
● Lab24: Deploy the WebApp using Build created with Azure Pipeline

10. Infrastructure and Configuration Azure Tools

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● Infrastructure as Code and Configuration Management
2
● Overview of Azure ARM Template
3
● ARM Template Parameter
4
● Create Azure Resources using ARM Templates
5
● Create Customized ARM Template
6
● Use Git Hub for ARM Template
7
● Use Microsoft ARM Template for Infrastructure provisioning
8
● Version Control
9
● Lab25: Create Resource Groups with ARM template
10
● Lab26: Deploy a Virtual Machine Using ARM template
11
● Lab27: Deploy a Webapp with ARM template from github

11. Create and Manage Kubernetes Service Infrastructure

1
● Learning Objectives
2
● Azure Kubernetes Service
3
● Lab Deploy and Scale AKS Cluster
4
● Lab28: Deploy a Docker Web Image with Azure Container Service

12. DevOps Design Strategy

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● Design a License Management Strategy, for example:
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● VSTS Users
3
● Concurrent Pipelines
4
● Test Environments
5
● Open Source Software Licensing
6
● 3rd-party DevOps Tools and Services
7
● Package Management Licensing
8
● Design a Strategy for End-to-End Traceability from Work Items to Working Software
9
● Design a Strategy for Integrating Monitoring and Feedback to Development Teams
10
● Design an Authentication and Access Strategy
11
● Design a Strategy for Integrating On-premises and Cloud Resources
12
● Lab29: Create a Sample DevOps Flow Using Draw.io
13
● Lab29: Create a Sample DevOps Flow Using Draw.io
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