Kuberix assists clients in their digital transformation endeavors through DevOps training.

Kuberix’s training equips developers with the necessary knowledge of tools and processes for successful project completion, ensuring stable operations.

This empowers them to effectively support customers’ digital transformation and drive innovation and competitiveness.

Empower developers

Empower your developers to enhance their comprehension of DevOps principles, tools, and processes, thereby establishing an efficient development and operations environment. This, in turn, contributes to project success and stable operations.

Improve collaboration

Foster cross-team collaboration as developers learn to break down barriers between development and operations teams, promoting communication and knowledge sharing. Such cooperation enhances the overall project efficiency.

Continuous integration and deployment

Gain insights into continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) principles and tools. Developers will acquire the skills to automatically integrate, test, and deploy code changes, leading to shorter development cycles and faster time to market.

Automation and efficiency

Provides an understanding of automation tools and processes. Developers can leverage concepts and tools such as task automation, infrastructure configuration management, and monitoring to improve the efficiency of their work. This helps to reduce the workload of development and operations and minimize the chance of errors.

Increased stability and reliability

We prioritize stability and reliability. Developers can grasp practices like quality management, monitoring, and logging, and gain strategies to respond and recover from production failures. This enhances system stability and improves the user experience.

Building DevOps based on Kubernetes

Prerequisites for the course include a basic understanding of computers, networking, programming, and familiarity with Linux commands. However, even without prior knowledge, you can easily grasp the material.

Our curriculum combines theory, practical exercises, and hands-on scripting to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of CI/CD concepts, container utilization, and cloud deployment

  1. Introduction to the lesson and preview of the lab
Versioning System
  1. Understanding the Git System
  2. Git Basics and Commands I
  1. Git Basics and Commands II
  2. Working with Git Branches I
  1. Working with Git Branches II
  2. Collaborating with Git Flow
  1. Git Stash & Undo Changes
  2. Github Exploration and Practice
  1. Docker Basic Concepts
  1. Docker Container Lifecycle
  1. Docker Images and Builds
  1. Docker Website Lab and Image Deployment
  1. Kubernetes Fundamentals
  2. Installing and Getting Started with Kubernetes
  3. Exploring Kubernetes Pods
  4. Pod Basics and Labels and Selectors
  5. Pod Multi-Container Configuration and Options
  1. Checking Pod Status and Config,Secret
  2. Exploring Kubernetes Controllers
  3. ReplicaSet and Deployment I
  4. ReplicaSet and Deployment II
  1. DaemonSet, StatefulSet, Job
  2. Kubernetes Networking at a Glance
  3. Services and DNS
  4. ClusterIP, NodePort, LoadBalancer
Deployment automation
  1. Ingress resources
  2. CI/CD and GitOps
  3. Deploying and rolling back Helm Chart
  1. Helm Chart template
  2. Deploying Helm Chart with ArgoCD
  3. Install Jenkins and configure the pod template
  1. Configure a Jenkins GitOps pipeline
  2. Configure a Jenkins and ArgoCD integration pipeline

AWS Network Design and Devops

The AWS Network Design and DEVOPS course is tailored for ‘Those who want to grasp AWS/DevOps concepts and apply them practically’ and ‘DevOps engineers’.

Prerequisites involve computer and networking basics, programming fundamentals, and basic Linux commands. Even without prior knowledge, you can easily follow the content.

Throughout the course, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the AWS/DevOps workflow and learn to design networks on AWS through theory and practical exercises.

Basic concepts of DevOps
  1. Exploring Devops concepts
  1. Scope of work of a Devops engineer
  1. Principles of AWS Networking 1 (VPC and CDIR)
  2. AWS Networking Principles 2 (VPC Components and Firewalls)
  3. How AWS Networking Works 3 (VPC Connect)
  4. AWS Signup and Learning Preparation
  5. Create a VPC and Private and Public Subnets
  6. Create a NAT Gateway and NAT EC2 instance
  7. Setting up Security Groups and NACLs
  8. Connecting VPC Peering between AWS Regions
  9. Creating a Transit gateway 1
  10. Creating a Transit gateway 2
  11. Create a VPC EndPoint 1
  12. Create a VPC EndPoint 2
  1. How Load Balancer (L4/L7) works and AWS ELB
  2. Connecting an instance to ALB to run a web service
  3. Setting up an ALB Rule to branch instances
  4. Setting up ALB StickySessions and understanding sessions
  5. How AWS Route53 and DNS work
  6. Registering an AWS Route53 domain and setting up a hosted zone
  7. Issuing AWS Route53 DNS-based certificates and setting up https for ALB
  8. Setting up AWS Route53 DNS FailOver and Failure Testing
  9. How AWS CloudFront and CDN Work
  10. Configure AWS CloudFront HTTPS Secure Website Hosting with S3 Origin
  11. Configure AWS CloudFront Multiple Origins with S3 and ALBs

Using Terraform with AWS

Terraform AWS Practical Classes cater to individuals eager to master building modern infrastructure as code and effectively managing AWS infrastructure with Terraform.

As a prerequisite, it’s helpful to know AWS basics, basic Linux commands, etc.

Explore CI/CD concepts, container utilization, and cloud deployment techniques through theoretical lessons and hands-on development.

Terraform AWS Basics
  1. Understanding Terraform Concepts
  2. Terraform and AWS Lab Setup
  3. Configure a Terraform AWS VPC
  4. Configure a Terraform AWS EC2 instance
  1. Configure a Terraform AWS Security Group
  2. Configure Terraform AWS Application Load Balancer
  3. Configure Terraform AWS ALB Routing Rule
  4. Configure Terraform AWS RDS
  1. Configure a Terraform AWS Autoscaling Group
  2. Configure Terraform AWS Launch Templates
  3. Configure Terraform AWS Network Load Banalncer
  4. Configure Terraform AWS CloudWatch Alarm
  1. Configuring Terraform Module Reuse
  2. Configuring Terraform Remote State
  1. Terraform IaC Devops Configuration I
  1. Terraform IaC Devops Configuration II

Building DevOps on GCP

The GCP-centered DevOps Deployment course targets ‘Application developers/deployers,’ ‘DevOps engineers,’ and ‘Those interested in learning Git, Jenkins, Docker, and k8s for application deployment.’

Prerequisites involve computer and networking fundamentals, programming basics, and basic Linux commands. Even without prior knowledge, you can still follow along.

If you don’t, you’ll still be able to follow along with the labs.

Understanding version control systems
  1. Introduction and practice of basic and advanced Git commands
  2. Working with Git branches
  3. Git collaboration workflows
  1. Undoing Git repositories and changes
  2. Introduction and practice with Github
Docker and Kubernetes
  1. Understanding the Docker Lifecycle
  2. Building and Deploying Docker Images
  3. Kubernetes Fundamentals
  1. Kubernetes Pod Lab
  2. Kubernetes Storage
  1. Rolling Updates with Deployments
  2. Network Distribution with Services
  3. Building a Service with a Load Balancer
  1. Installing and Exploring Jenkins
  2. Configuring a Jenkins Pipeline
  3. Deploying Images with the Jenkins Pipeline
helmChart and ArgoCD
  1. Explaining the helmChart Structure
  2. Understanding Kubernetes resources with helmCharts
  3. Creating and Deploying a helmChart
  1. ArgoCD Description
  2. Deploying Kubernetes Applications with ArgoCD
  3. Automating deployments with ArgoCD and the Jenkins pipeline