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DevOps and Workflow Management with Argo (LFS256) + Certified Argo Project Associate (CAPA) Exam Bundle

The Certified Argo Project Associate (CAPA) exam demonstrates a user’s ability to navigate the Argo Project ecosystem including when and why to use each tool.

Learn to streamline Kubernetes workflows with Argo tools with DevOps and Workflow Management with Argo (LFS256).

Who Is It For

The LFS256 course is tailored for DevOps engineers, software developers, SysAdmins, and IT managers. It teaches skills in Kubernetes workflow management, streamlined deployments, and GitOps practices.
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What You’ll Learn

Learn Argo for seamless Kubernetes workflows: deploy apps, manage rollouts, implement RBAC, troubleshoot, leverage event-driven architecture, and optimize with the Argo CLI.
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What It Demonstrates

A CAPA demonstrates a candidate’s solid understanding of the Argo Project ecosystem, terminology, and best practices for each tool and how it relates to common DevOps, GitOps, Platform Engineering, and related practices.
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Exam Details & Resources
The CAPA exam is an online, proctored, multiple-choice exam.
Lab Info
Before starting LFS256, you should be familiar with:

  • Kubernetes basics: Familiarity with Kubernetes concepts such as Pods, Services, Deployments, and Namespaces is crucial. Understanding how to create and manage these resources will be beneficial.
  • YAML manifests: Since Argo uses YAML for configuration and defining workflows, a good understanding of YAML syntax and how to write Kubernetes manifests in YAML is required.
  • Imperative vs Declarative configuration: Knowledge of these two approaches to configuration management in Kubernetes is important. Argo uses a declarative approach, so understanding the difference between the two will be helpful.
  • GitOps practices: As Argo is a tool that enables GitOps practices in Kubernetes, having an understanding of GitOps principles and practices would be beneficial.
  • Command Line Interface (CLI) usage: Basic skills in using the command line interface are necessary as the course includes hands-on labs that require interaction with Argo’s CLI.
  • Basic programming skills: While not strictly necessary, having basic programming skills can help in understanding some of the more advanced concepts in the course, such as parameterization and conditionals in Argo Workflows.

There are no pre-requisites for the CAPA exam.