DevOps is being used by 88% of technology professionals who work with open source according to our 2021 Jobs Report. This program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to utilize DevOps principles and practices – including DevSecOps and GitOps – in a variety of technology roles in as little as 6 months. Start your new career today.
Why a Bootcamp?
Courses included in this bootcamp
The format enables students to study at their own pace, but also get support via interactive forums and live video chat with instructors.
The Linux Foundation’s experts, who are leaders on their relevant open source projects, have outlined the courses and recommended pace for students to be successful.
The training included starts with an introduction to DevOps and Site Reliability Engineering, then moves into specific DevOps toolsets like Jenkins, and finishes with more advanced topics including GitOps and DevSecOps principles and practices.
This course will teach you the skills to deploy software with confidence, agility and high reliability using modern practices such as Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD).
This course discusses various usability and administrative aspects of Jenkins, providing an understanding of containerized installation, distributed builds in Kubernetes clusters, advanced security features, multi-branch pipelines, and GitOps with Jenkins concepts.
This course discusses Jenkins X, an open source tool for CI/CD, providing a solid understanding of the building blocks of Jenkins X and how to create Pipeline as Code workflows with Jenkins X.
Master the art of automating Kubernetes deployments by implementing GitOps – the set of practices that enable developers to carry out tasks that traditionally fall to operations personnel – with Flux CD.
DevSecOps practices, an extension to existing DevOps practices, focus on automating security and incorporating it as part of the process, including Continuous Delivery, Infrastructure as a Code and observability. Learn to implement DevSecOps practices into the software delivery pipeline using open source software.
How Bootcamp Works
10-15 hours a week for 6 months
Daily, Live Instructor Office Hours
Extensive Hands-On Labs & Assignments
12 Months of Access to Online Courses
Dedicated Discussion Forum
Access to Dedicated Mentor
PDF Certificate and Digital Badge
3-Day Money Back Guarantee
Certified DevOps Badge
Earn a verifiable, respected badge for completing the entire Bootcamp.