Cloud-native Courses by Topic
Ansible is an easy-to-use IT automation engine. It can transform and optimize tasks such as rolling updates with just a few lines of code. This training course introduces intermediate to advanced use cases for using the tool at scale. NOTE: A LinkedIn Learning account is needed to access this course.Learn more.
By the end of the course, you will be able to articulate what the cloud really is and how it is relevant to your business and professional goals. You'll be able to comfortably and confidently explain cloud computing to others who may not have a high level of technical expertise. Learn more.
This course provides a comprehensive survey of open source tools and fundamental software development principles that are useful for anyone interested in a DevOps, SRE, or "FullStack" developer career. During this course, you will understand how modern DevOps tools simplify the automated deployment of infrastructure, testing of code in the development process, and final deployment of that code as a running application.Learn more.
This course is intended to provide you with a basic understanding of what Docker is and how it is used to manage and run applications. You will also learn how the related "Docker Ecosystem" applications and tools help app developers work with and manage Docker containers. Learn more.
Draft allows developers to code their applications and deploy them to Kubernetes-based systems without needing to manage the infrastructure. Draft seamlessly builds updated containers and launches them for you. Learn how to install, setup and use Draft with both overview lectures and hand-on lab exercises. Learn more.
Helm makes it super-easy to install standard workloads on Kubernetes. And with the magic of the integrated Helm Charts feature, it provides a model to describe even the most complex Kubernetes applications. The best part? It does all this repeatably and reliably. Learn more.
Gain a functional understanding of how Istio provides a service mesh on Kubernetes to effectively and efficiently manage microservices-based, cloud-native applications. Understand how Istio's features help simplify microservices management complexity for both cloud operators and application developers. Learn more.
This course will provide you with an understanding of the basic architecture and functionality of Kubernetes, an orchestrating/scheduling system for Docker containers. Follow along on your laptop as you instructor shows you how to launch Kubernetes and use it to deploy, manage and troubleshoot Docker containers. Learn more.
If you want to get started with cloud computing, you need to understand containers, and that means you MUST learn about the Kubernetes tool. This course will give you the essential foundation. Containers have revolutionized the way that modern, cloud-native, web-scale applications are being built and run, and Kubernetes is the preeminent container orchestration/scheduling software being used to deploy and manage those applications. Learn more.
Moving beyond the install, this advanced Kubernetes course focuses on the ongoing operations of your app, including the tools needed to keep your Container Orchestration Environment (COE) and the applications it is managing healthy and resilient. Lecture-based content is reinforced with hands-on lab exercises that serve as starting points for building your own Kubernetes environments. Learn more.
This is a five day, intensive, instructor-led course. There are four days of live instruction and a final day of review for the OpenStack Foundation's Certified OpenStack Administrator exam (COA). At the conclusion of this course, you will be ready to take the COA. Learn more.
Join Kumulus Technologies' Lead Application Developer, James Starmer, as he explores the continuous deployment (CD) space, starting with a simple example, and building to a fully working CD pipeline based around Jenkins, Maven, and OpenStack. Learn more.
This course is designed to test your general preparedness for taking the OpenStack Foundation's Certified OpenStack Operator's (COA) examination, as well as to prepare you to pass it. The cost ($300) of registering for and taking the COA is included in the price of this course. Learn more.
In order to prevent outages, it's essential that you leverage a monitoring and alerting tool in your Kubernetes environment. Prometheus—an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit—pairs particularly well with Kubernetes. NOTE: A LinkedIn Learning account is needed to access this course. Learn more.
This course will get you hands-on with Spinnaker the open source continuous delivery tool developed by Netflix. Spinnaker is a Continuous Delivery (CD) tool that integrates into a range of Continuous Integration (CI), monitoring and testing tools to provide safe, reliable and speedy application deployments. Learn more.
This course will get you hands-on with Spinnaker the open source continuous delivery tool developed by Netflix. Kumulus' CTO, Robert Starmer, shows how to deploy Spinnaker, add a container app, and develop a pipeline for an application to get it properly deployed into a production environment. Plus, learn how Spinnaker supports scaling and rollbacks, making the process rather straightforward. Learn more.
This course will get you hands-on with Spinnaker the open source continuous delivery tool developed by Netflix. Spinnaker is a Continuous Delivery (CD) tool that integrates into a range of Continuous Integration (CI), monitoring and testing tools to provide safe, reliable and speedy application deployments. NOTE: A LinkedIn Learning account is needed to access this course. Learn more.