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** Step By Step Details **

Quick Overview of DevOps

  • Step 01 - Master Devops - Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform and Azure Devops - 01 - Intro
  • Step 02 - DevOps and Evolution of Software Development
  • Step 03 - Evolution to Agile
  • Step 04 - DevOps - An Overview

Start DevOps with Docker

  • Step 00 00 - DevOps and Containerization
  • Step 01 - Docker and DevOps - Installation and Introduction
  • Step 02 - Your First Docker Usecase
  • Step 03 - Important Docker Concepts - Registry, Repository, Tag, Image and Container
  • Step 04 - Playing with Docker Images - Java, JavaScript and Python
  • Step 05 - Playing with Docker - Detached Mode and Logs
  • Step 06 - Playing with Docker Images and Containers
  • Step 07 - Understanding Docker Architecture - Docker Client, Docker Engine
  • Step 08 - Understanding Docker Popularity - My 3 Top Reasons
  • Step 09 - Learning Docker Images - Commands
  • Step 10 - Learning Docker Containers - Commands
  • Step 11 - Learning Docker Commands - system and stats
  • Step 12 - 01 - Import Docker Projects into Visual Studio Code
  • Step 12 - 02 - Building Docker Images for Python Application
  • Step 13 - Understanding creation of Docker Images in Depth
  • Step 14 - Pushing Python App Docker Image to Docker Hub
  • Step 15 - Building and Pushing Docker Image for Node JavaScript App
  • Step 16 - Building and Pushing Docker Image for Java Application
  • Step 17 - Building Efficient Docker Images - Improving Layer Caching
  • Step 18 - Understanding ENTRYPOINT vs CMD
  • Step 19 - Docker and Microservices - Quick Start
  • Step 20 - Introduction to Microservices - CE and CC
  • Step 21 - Running Microservices as Docker Containers
  • Step 22 - Using Docker Link to Connect Microservices
  • Step 23 - Using Custom Networking to Connect Microservices
  • Step 24 - Using Docker Compose to Simplify Microservices Launch
  • Step 25 - Understanding Docker Compose further

DevOps with Kubernetes on Google Kubernetes Engine

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Docker, Kubernetes and Google Kubernetes Engine
  • Step 02 - Creating Google Cloud Account
  • Step 03 - Creating Kubernetes Cluster with Google Kubernete Engine (GKE)
  • Step 04 - Review Kubernetes Cluster and Learn Few Fun Facts about Kubernetes
  • Step 05 - Deploy Your First Spring Boot Application to Kubernetes Cluster
  • Step 06 - Quick Look at Kubernetes Concepts - Pods, Replica Sets and Deployment
  • Step 07 - Understanding Pods in Kubernetes
  • Step 08 - Understanding ReplicaSets in Kubernetes
  • Step 09 - Understanding Deployment in Kubernetes
  • Step 10 - Quick Review of Kubernetes Concepts - Pods, Replica Sets and Deployment
  • Step 11 - Understanding Services in Kubernetes
  • Step 12 - Quick Review of GKE on Google Cloud Console
  • Step 13 - Understanding Kubernetes Architecture - Master Node and Nodes
  • Step 14 - Understand Google Cloud Regions and Zones
  • Step 15 - Installing GCloud
  • Step 16 - Installing Kubectl
  • Step 17 - Understand Kubernetes Rollouts
  • Step 18 - Generate Kubernetes YAML Configuration for Deployment and Service
  • Step 19 - Understand and Improve Kubernetes YAML Configuration
  • Step 20 - Using Kubernetes YAML Configuration to Create Resources
  • Step 21 - Understanding Kubernetes YAML Configuration - Labels and Selectors
  • Step 22 - Quick Fix to reduce release downtime with minReadySeconds
  • Step 23 - Understanding Replica Sets in Depth - Using Kubernetes YAML Config
  • Step 24 - Configure Multiple Kubernetes Deployments with One Service
  • Step 25 - Playing with Kubernetes Commands - Top Node and Pod
  • Step 26 - Delete Hello World Deployments
  • Step 27 - Quick Introduction to Microservices - CE and CC
  • Step 28 - Deploy Microservices to Kubernetes
  • Step 29 - Understand Environment Variables created by Kubernetes for Services
  • Step 30 - Microservices and Kubernetes Service Discovery - Part 1
  • Step 31 - Microservices and Kubernetes Service Discovery - Part 2 DNS
  • Step 32 - Microservices Centralized Configuration with Kubernetes ConfigMaps
  • Step 33 - Simplify Microservices with Kubernetes Ingress - Part 1
  • Step 34 - Simplify Microservices with Kubernetes Ingress - Part 2
  • Step 35 - Delete Kubernetes Clusters

Getting Started with Terraform

  • Step 00 00 - Getting Started with Infrastructure as Code
  • Step 00 01 - Getting Started with Terraform
  • Step 01 - Creating and Initializing First Terraform Project
  • Step 02 - Create AWS IAM User Access Key and Secret
  • Step 03 - Configure Terraform Environment Variables for AWS Access Keys
  • Step 04 - Creating AWS S3 Buckets with Terraform
  • Step 05 - Playing with Terraform State - Desired, Known and Actual
  • Step 06 - Playing with Terraform Console
  • Step 07 - Creating AWS IAM User with Terraform
  • Step 08 - Updating AWS IAM User Name with Terraform
  • Step 09 - Understanding Terraform tfstate files in depth
  • Step 10 - gitignore Terraform tfstate files
  • Step 11 - Refactoring Terraform files - Variables, Main and Outputs
  • Step 12 - Creating Terraform Project for Multiple IAM Users
  • Step 13 - Playing with Terraform Commands - fmt, show and console
  • Step 14 - Recovering from Errors with Terraform
  • Step 15 - Understanding Variables in Terraform
  • Step 16 - Creating Terraform Project for Understanding List and Map
  • Step 17 - Adding Elements - Problem with Terraform Lists
  • Step 18 - Creating Terraform Project for Learning Terraform Maps
  • Step 19 - Quick Review of Terraform FAQ
  • Step 20 - Understanding Creation of EC2 Instances in AWS Console
  • Step 21 - Creating New Terraform Project for AWS EC2 Instances
  • Step 22 - Creating New EC2 Key Pair and Setting Up
  • Step 23 - Adding AWS EC2 Configuration to Terraform Configuration
  • Step 24 - Installing Http Server on EC2 with Terraform - Part 1
  • Step 25 - 01 - Installing Http Server on EC2 with Terraform - Part 2
  • Step 25 - 02 - Immutable Servers with Infrastructure as Code
  • Step 26 - Remove hardcoding of Default VPC with AWS Default VPC
  • Step 27 - Remove hardcoding of subnets with Data Providers
  • Step 28 - Remove hardcoding of AMI with Data Providers
  • Step 29 - Playing with Terraform Graph and Destroy EC2 Instances
  • Step 30 - Creating New Terraform Project for AWS EC2 with Load Balancers
  • Step 31 - Create Security Group and Classic Load Balancer in Terraform
  • Step 32 - Review and Destroy AWS EC2 with Load Balancers
  • Step 33 - Creating Terraform Project for Storing Remote State in S3
  • Step 34 - Create Remote Backend Project for Creating S3 Buckets
  • Step 35 - Update User Project to use AWS S3 Remote Backend
  • Step 36 - Creating multiple environments using Terraform Workspaces
  • Step 37 - Creating multiple environments using Terraform Modules

Learn Azure DevOps - Continuous Integration, Deployment and Delivery

  • Step 00 00 - Getting Started with Continuous Integration, Deployment and Delivery
  • Step 00 01 - Getting Started with Azure DevOps
  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Azure DevOps - First Project
  • Step 02 - Setting up Git Repo for Azure DevOps Pipeline
  • Step 03 - Creating your first Azure DevOps Pipeline
  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Azure DevOps - Agents and Jobs - 1
  • Step 05 - Getting Started with Azure DevOps - Agents and Jobs - 2
  • Step 06 - Using dependsOn with Jobs
  • Step 07 - Creating Azure DevOps Pipeline for Playing with Stages
  • Step 08 - Playing with Variables and dependsOn for Stages
  • Step 09 - Understanding Azure DevOps Pipeline Variables
  • Step 10 - Creating Azure DevOps Tasks for Copy Files and Publish Artifacts
  • Step 11 - Running Azure DevOps Jobs on Multiple Agents
  • Step 12 - Understanding Azure DevOps Deployment Jobs - Environments and Approvals
  • Step 13 - Build and Push Docker Image in Azure DevOps - Part 1
  • Step 14 - Build and Push Docker Image in Azure DevOps - Part 2
  • Step 15 - Playing with Azure DevOps Releases

CI, CD and IAAC on Azure AKS Kubernetes Clusters with Docker, Azure DevOps and Terraform

  • Step 00 - Geting Started with IAAC for Azure AKS with Azure DevOps, Terraform and Kubernetes
  • Step 01 - Review Terraform Configuration for Azure Kubernetes Cluster Creation
  • Step 02 - Setting up Client ID, Secret and Public Key for Azure Kubernetes Cluster Creation
  • Step 03 - Creating Azure DevOps Pipeline for Azure Kubernetes Cluster IAAC
  • Step 04 - Performing Terraform apply to create Azure Kubernetes Cluster in Azure DevOps
  • Step 05 - 01 - Installing Azure CLI
  • Step 05 - 02 - Connecting to Azure Kubernetes Cluster using Azure CLI
  • Step 06 - 01 - Creating Azure DevOps Pipeline for Deploying Microservice to Azure Kubernetes
  • Step 06 - 02 - Managing Pipelines and Github Repositories for Kubernetes and Microservices
  • Step 07 - Creating V2 and Enable Build and Push of Docker Image - Part 1
  • Step 08 - Creating V2 and Enable Build and Push of Docker Image - Part 2
  • Step 09 - Performing Terraform destroy to delete Azure Kubernetes Cluster in Azure DevOps
  • Step 10 - Quick Review of Terraform destroy

CI, CD and IAAC on AWS EKS Kubernetes Clusters with Docker, Azure DevOps and Terraform

  • Step 00 - Geting Started with IAAC for AWS EKS with Azure DevOps, Terraform and Kubernetes
  • Step 01 - Review Terraform Configuration for AWS EKS Cluster Creation
  • Step 02 - Setup AWS S3 Buckets and Subnet Configuration
  • Step 03 - Enable AWS Tools in Azure DevOps and Create Azure DevOps Pipeline
  • Step 04 - Performing Terraform apply to create AWS EKS Cluster in Azure DevOps
  • Step 05 - Retry Terraform apply for Creating Cluster Binding
  • Step 06 - 01 - Installing AWS CLI
  • Step 06 - 02 - Configure AWS CLI and Setup Kubernetes Connection using Service Account
  • Step 07 - Creating Azure DevOps Pipeline for Deploying Microservice to AWS EKS
  • Step 08 - Creating V3 and Enable Build and Push of Docker Image - Part 1
  • Step 09 - Creating V3 and Enable Build and Push of Docker Image - Part 2
  • Step 10 - Performing Terraform destroy to delete AWS EKS Cluster in Azure DevOps - 1
  • Step 11 - Performing Terraform destroy to delete AWS EKS Cluster in Azure DevOps - 2

Learn Azure DevOps with Boards and Backlogs

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Azure DevOps with Demo Generator
  • Step 02 - Overview of Azure DevOps - Boards, Wiki, Repos and Pipelines
  • Step 03 - Exploring Azure DevOps Boards - Epics, Features and User Stories
  • Step 04 - Azure DevOps - Boards View vs Backlogs View
  • Step 05 - Understanding Sprints in Azure DevOps
  • Step 06 - Creating Azure DevOps Queries
  • Step 07 - Playing with Azure DevOps Repos
  • Step 08 - Quick Review of Azure DevOps Pipelines
  • Step 09 - Quick Review of Azure DevOps

Learn Continuous Integration with Jenkins

  • Step 00 01 - Getting Started with Jenkins
  • Step 01 - Introduction and Launching Jenkins as Docker Container
  • Step 02 - Initializing Jenkins Plugins and Creating Github Repo
  • Step 03 - Setting up Docker and Maven in Jenkins and First Pipeline Run
  • Step 04 - Understanding Scripted Pipelines in Jenkins
  • Step 05 - Understanding Declarative Pipelines in Jenkins - Stages
  • Step 06 - Using Docker Images as Jenkins Pipeline Agents
  • Step 07 - Review Pipeline Syntax and Understanding Variables
  • Step 08 - Configuring Jenkins Pipeline Path with Docker and Maven Tools
  • Step 09 - Running Unit Tests and Integration Tests in Jenkins Pipelines - 1
  • Step 10 - Running Unit Tests and Integration Tests in Jenkins Pipelines - 2
  • Step 11 - Build and Push Docker Image in Jenkins Pipelines - 1
  • Step 12 - Build and Push Docker Image in Jenkins Pipelines - 2

Getting Started with Ansible

  • Step 00 01 - Getting Started with Ansible
  • Step 01 - Creating EC2 Instances for Ansible - Manually and with Terraform
  • Step 02 - Setting Ansible Project with cfg and ansible hosts
  • Step 03 - Playing with Ansible Commands
  • Step 04 - Playing with Ansible Host File and Custom Groups
  • Step 05 - Creating an Ansible Playbook for Ping
  • Step 06 - Understanding Ansible Terminology - Control Node, Managed Nodes, Inventory
  • Step 07 - Creating New Ansible Playbook for Executing Shell Commands
  • Step 08 - Playing with Ansible Variables
  • Step 09 - Creating New Ansible Playbook for Understanding Ansible Facts
  • Step 10 - Creating New Ansible Playbook for Installing Apache and Serving HTML
  • Step 11 - Reuse and Executing Multiple Ansible Playbooks
  • Step 12 - Understanding Conditionals and Loops with Ansible
  • Step 13 - 01 - Getting Ready for EC2 Dynamic Inventory with Ansible
  • Step 13 - 02 - Configuring EC2 Dynamic Inventory with Ansible
  • Step 14 - Creating AWS EC2 Instances with Ansible
  • Step 15 - Providing Declarative Configuration with Ansible
  • Step 16 - Deleting all AWS EC2 Instances

Appendix - Installing Visual Studio Code

  • Step 01 - Installing VS Code
  • Step 02 - Download and Setup Projects in Visual Studio Code

Appendix - Introduction to Microservices

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Microservices
  • Step 02 - Advantages of Microservices

Appendix - Exploring Microservice Projects

  • Step 01 - Code Review - Microservices

Appendix - Getting Started with AWS

  • Step 01 - Creating an AWS Root Account
  • Step 02 - Creating an IAM User for your AWS Account
  • Step 03 - Its Your Responsibility to Monitor Billing on the Cloud - 5 Recommendations
  • Step 04 - Monitor AWS Billing - Setting Billing Alerts

Appendix - Getting Started with Azure

  • Step 01 - Creating an Azure Account
  • Step 02 - Exploring Cloud Best Practices - Minimize Costs

Appendix - DevOps Best Practices and Perspectives

  • Step 01 - DevOps - Break down the wall
  • Step 02 - DevOps Perspectives - CAMS
  • Step 03 - DevOps Best Practices
  • Step 04 - DevOps Perspectives - Continuous DevOps
  • Step 05 - DevOps Maturity Assessment - Questions to ask