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AzureDevops Training in Hyderabad

What is Azure?

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers.It provides software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems.

The Microsoft Azure training course teaches  System administrators/developers/Devops team to build and deploy applications on Microsoft’s Cloud Computing platform. The training course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview on using the management portal of Windows Azure and its features. Primary goal behind this training is to teach students how to use various services provided by Windows Azure.

Microsoft Azure Cloud Training Objectives

  • To use Windows Azure portal and the services provided by it.
  • To understand different service models of Cloud Computing.
  • To create web role and worker role and publish the same to Windows Azure portal.
  • To understand Windows Azure Websites (WAWS) and create websites using templates provided by popular CMS/Blog providers.
  • To get deep understanding of how components in distributed application communicate with each other.
  • To learn how to use various storage type in Windows Azure i.e. blobs, tables, and queues.
  • To learn architecture, security and usage of SQL Azure.
  • To learn how to migrate local database to SQL Azure.
  • To learn various caching mechanism supported by Windows Azure.
  • Authenticating and Authorizing users using Access Control Service.
  • To learn the process of sharing media content i.e. audio and video with your customers
Course Content

AzureDevops training

Demo On Saturday 11AM
  • 20 students
  • Duration : 40days
  • Hours : 40


Monday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
Tuesday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
Wednesday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
Thursday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
Friday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
Saturday07:00 AM TO 11:00 PM
Sunday07:00 AM TO 10:00 PM
  • Cloud technology overview.
  • What is PaaS/ SaaS/ IaaS.
  • Overview of Azure.
  • Managing Azure with the Azure portal.
  • Demo: Azure Portal.
  • Overview of Azure Resource Manager.
  • Azure management services.
  • Azure Architecture.
  • Development Tools.
  • Visual Studio tools.
  • Demo: Visual Studio tools.
  • Demo: Building and Deploying .Net website on IIS.
  • Creating a Virtual Network
  • Understand Point-to-Site Networks
  • Demo: Create Azure virtual network 
  • Create and Configure Virtual Machines
  • Workloads on Azure Virtual Machines
  • Implement Images and Disks
  • VM Networking
  • Configure Disks
  • Monitor Vms
  • Demo: Create and Connect to Virtual Machines
  • Demo: Create an Azure Virtual Network
  • Demo: Configure Endpoints and Monitoring
  • Understand Cloud Storage
  • Blobs, Azure Files
  • Storage Queues, Tables
  • Managing Access
  • Create and Manage Storage
  • Configure Diagnostics and Monitoring
  • Demo: Create and manage storage in Azure
  • Deploy & Configure Websites
  • Scaling
  • Web App Deployment Models and Methods
  • Web Deploy Packages
  • Deployment Slots
  • Demo: Deploying Azure Web Apps from the Portal
  • Demo: Deploying Azure Web Apps from Visual Studio 2015


  • Overview of Cloud Services
  • Cloud Service Web Roles
  • Customizing Cloud Service Configurations
  • Updating and Managing Cloud Service Deployments
  • Cloud Service Worker Role
  • Cloud Service Worker Role Processing
  • Analyzing Application Cloud Service Role Instances
  • Demo: WebRoles and Worker Roles
  • SQL Azure concepts
  • Demonstration: Working with SQL Azure
  • Data synchronization
  • Migration methods
  • Limitations
  • Demo: Migration through SSMS and Visual Studio
  • Service Plans
  • Hosting Databases
  • Hosting services on-premises vs. Windows Azure
  • Demo: Managing Databases and Azure Subscriptions
  • Creating and deploying Web Application packages
  • Command-line tools for web deployment packages
  • Deploying to Windows Azure Environments
  • Continuous delivery with TFS and GIT
  • Best practices for production deployment
  • Local Redundancy
  • Geo-Redundancy
  • Read-only Geo-Redundancy
  • Demo: Deploying services
  • Implementing Azure Active Directory
  • Introduction Windows Azure Service Bus
  • MSMQ vs. Azure Service Bus
  • Windows Azure Service Bus Relays
  • Windows Azure Service Bus Queues
  • Windows Azure Service Bus Topics
  • Demo: Windows Azure Service Bus Relays |Topics |Queues


  • Windows Azure Active Directory
  • Active Directory Fundamentals
  • Active Directory Fundaments OAuth
  • Multifactor Authentication
  • Understanding differences between traditional AD and Azure AD
  • Understanding Azure AD integration
  • Azure AD data Sync
  • Role-based Access Control
  • Creating and managing Azure AD tenants
  • Administering Active AD
  • Extending on-premises Active Directory domain to Azure
  • Implementing directory synchronization by using Azure AD Connect
  • Configuring directory synchronization
  • Federation Concepts
  • Windows Azure Access Control Service
  • Azure Security Access Control
  • Shared Access Signatures with Azure Service Bus and Queue Storage Services
  • Shared Access Signatures Best Practices
  • Windows Azure WebApps
  • Introduction to Azure Web Apps
  • Understanding Web App Tiers and Pricing
  • Understanding App Service Plans
  • Understanding Different Ways to deploy Web Apps
  • Deployment pipeline
  • Scaling Web Apps
  • Supported Languages
  • Security and Monitoring
  • Understanding Web jobs
  • Azure Logic Apps
  • Azure API Apps
  • Introduction Azure SQL Database as a service
  • Comparing Azure SQL and Traditional SQL
  • Benefits of Azure SQL database
  • Advanced capabilities
  • Backup options
  • Scaling Azure SQL Database
  • Security
  • Pricing
  • Introduction Azure Traffic Manager
  • Understanding Different traffic routing methods
  • Priority method (Failover method)
  • Weighted method (Round-robin method)
  • Performance method (Performance method)
  • Introduction Azure CDN
  • Understanding Azure CDN
  • Setting up Azure CDN
  • No SQL in Azure
  • Azure Document DB
  • Other No-SQL Alternatives
  • Demo: SQL queries, expressions, Built in Functions
  • Introduction to Internet of Things – IoT
  • Event Hubs
  • Azure SaaS
  • Azure Backup
  • Azure Load balancer
  • Azure Site Recovery
  • Azure PowerShell
  • Azure CLI
  • Azure Cloud Services
  • Azure Automation
  • Windows Azure Certification Exam Objectives and Discussion
  • 70-533-Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
  • 70-532-Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
  • 70-534-Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

What is DevOps & How this course benefits your career?

DevOps is a set of practices that automates the processes between software development and IT teams, in order that they can build, test, and release software faster and more reliably. The concept of DevOps is founded on building a culture of collaboration between teams that historically functioned in relative siloes. The promised benefits include increased trust, faster software releases, and ability to solve critical issues quickly, and better manage unplanned work.
Under a DevOps model, development and operations teams are no longer “siloed.” Sometimes, these two teams are merged into a single team where the engineers work across the entire application lifecycle, from development and test to deployment to operations, and develop a range of skills not limited to a single function.
In some DevOps models, quality assurance and security teams may also become more tightly integrated with development and operations and throughout the application lifecycle. When security is the focus of everyone on a DevOps team, this is sometimes referred to as DevSecOps.

DevOps Classroom is designed to help you become a DevOps Engineer:
⦁ Understand the concepts and necessities of DevOps
⦁ Understand the need for DevOps and the day-to-day real-life problems it resolves
⦁ Learn installation and configuration of common infrastructure servers like Apache.
⦁ Learn popular DevOps tools like Jenkins, Puppet, Chef, Ansible, SaltStack, Nagios and GIT
⦁ Implement automated system update, installations and deployments
⦁ Learn Virtualization,Container Concepts
⦁ Configuration deployment and packaging, continuous integration using GIT,GITHUB,Jenkins
⦁ Manage server operations using Code which is popularly known as Infrastructure as a Code


DevOps engineers are among the highest paid IT professionals today, and the market demand for them is growing rapidly. With emergence of new job roles around DevOpsphilosophy,anyone aspiring to get into these new roles, can take up this DevOps course. Some of these roles are:
⦁ Automation Engineer
⦁ Software Tester
⦁ Security Engineer
⦁ Integration Specialist
⦁ Release Manager
⦁ Scrum Masters
⦁ System Adminsitrator
⦁ Developers
⦁ DevOps Architect



Python Introduction:
⦁ Features of Python
⦁ Python vs Perl
⦁ Python vs shell
⦁ Interactive mode of programming using python
⦁ Reserved words
⦁ Python indentation
⦁ Python variables
⦁ Python data types
⦁ Numbers
⦁ Strings
⦁ Lists
⦁ Tuples
⦁ Dictionaries
⦁ Loops
⦁ Operators
⦁ Break
⦁ Continue
⦁ pass
⦁ Command line arguments
⦁ Functions
⦁ Lambda functions
⦁ Modules
⦁ Files
⦁ Exception Handling
⦁ Object Oriented concepts
⦁ Class
⦁ Object
⦁ Inheritance
⦁ Polymorphism
⦁ Abstraction
⦁ Method overloading
⦁ Introduction to Ansible
⦁ Ansible Architecture
⦁ Ansible terminology
⦁ Ansible commands
⦁ How to add nodes to server
⦁ Ansible installation and configuration
⦁ Installing ssh on nodes
⦁ Generating the keys
⦁ Components of Ansbile
⦁ Inventory
⦁ Configuration
⦁ Modules
⦁ Playbooks
⦁ Global Configuration
⦁ Roles
⦁ Tags
⦁ How to write playbooks
⦁ PYYAML overview
⦁ How to write playbooks
⦁ Ansible modules
⦁ Ansbible Roles
⦁ Ansible Galaxy
⦁ How to download playbooks from Galaxy
⦁ Realtime playbooks
⦁ Troubleshooting

Version Control or Configuration Management Tools:

⦁ Version Control System:
⦁ Centralized and Distributed Systems
⦁ SVN Features
⦁ SVN Server Installation
⦁ Configure SVN with Web server
⦁ Create and Configure Users
⦁ SVN Trunk / Branch / Tag
⦁ GIT Features
⦁ 3-Tree Architecture
⦁ GIT – Clone /Commit / Push
⦁ GIT Hub Projects
⦁ GIT Hub Management
⦁ GIT Rebase & Merge
⦁ GIT Stash, Reset , Checkout
⦁ GIT Clone, Fetch , Pull
⦁ Differences between SVN & GIT
⦁ GitHUB

What are Dockers?
⦁ Difference between VM’s & Containers
⦁ Hypervisor VsDocker Engine
⦁ Docker Introduction
⦁ Docker installation
⦁ Images & containers basics
⦁ Docker Images Deep Dive
⦁ DockerHub
⦁ Pull & Push images
⦁ Building your own Image with Dockerfile
⦁ Docker& Jenkins integration
⦁ Hosting & Managing Images
⦁ Deep Dive
⦁ Running, Stopping, Deleting, Inspecting & Managing containers
⦁ Docker networking
⦁ Web server examples
⦁ Local Development workflow
⦁ Docker Compose
Automated WorkFlow/ Continuous delivery of dockers
Docker Orchestration with Kubernetes
⦁ Microservice Architecture
⦁ Why Containers for microservices
⦁ Kubernetes Intro & Architecture
⦁ Kubernetes setup
⦁ Running Docker containers on kubernetes
⦁ Kubectl
⦁ Pod
⦁ Service
⦁ Replication controller & Set
⦁ Deployment
Kubernetis Integration with AWS and Azure
⦁ Nagios Introduction
⦁ Nagios Architecture
⦁ How to install Nagios
⦁ How to configure Nagios
⦁ Plugins in Nagios
⦁ How to add servers to Nagios
⦁ NRPE – Nagios Remote Plugin Executor
⦁ How to configure plugins on remote nodes
⦁ Monitoring with Nagios
⦁ Using the default plugins
⦁ Writing our plugins
⦁ Configuration of Nagios Server & Agent
⦁ NRPE (Nagios Remote Plugin Executer)
⦁ Configuration of Nagios.cfg and Contacts.cfg
⦁ Monitoring Hosts
⦁ Monitoring Services
⦁ Monitoring Server Infrastructure
⦁ Why and what is Vagrant
⦁ Uses of Vagrant in an environment
⦁ Alternatives of Vagrant
⦁ Vagrant versions

Installation and Configuration:
⦁ Installing Virtual box
⦁ How to install Vagrant on Windows and Linux
⦁ Configuring Vagrant
Provisioning with Vagrant:
⦁ Creating first VM with Vagrant
⦁ Operations on the VM
⦁ Connecting to the VM
⦁ Add required Images to Vagrant
⦁ Creating network and port forwarding using Vagrant
Jenkins – Continuous Integration
⦁ Introduction
⦁ Understanding continuous integration
⦁ Introduction about Jenkins
⦁ Build Cycle
⦁ Jenkins Architecture
⦁ Installation
⦁ Obtaining and installing Jenkins
⦁ Installing and configuring Jenkins using WAR and RPM
⦁ Java installation and configuration
⦁ Maven Installation
⦁ Exploring Jenkins Dashboard.
⦁ Jobs
⦁ Creating Jobs
⦁ Running the Jobs
⦁ Setting up the global environments for Jobs
⦁ Adding and updating Plugins
⦁ Disabling and deleting jobs
⦁ Build Deployments
⦁ Understanding Deployment.
⦁ Tomcat installation and configuration
⦁ Securing Jenkins
⦁ Authentication
⦁ Jenkins Plugin
⦁ Authorization
⦁ Confidentiality
⦁ Creating users
⦁ How to integrate Jenkins with Ant
⦁ How to integrate Jenkins with Maven
⦁ How to integrate Jenkins with Slack
⦁ How to integrate Jenkins with Shell scripts
⦁ How to integrate Jenkins with Python scripts
⦁ Jenkins dashboard
⦁ Jenkins authentication
⦁ Jenkins plugins – how to download and use
⦁ Parameterizing the build
⦁ One click regression
⦁ Best Practices for Jenkins

Build Tools:
⦁ Java Compiler
⦁ ANT Installation
⦁ ANT build pre-requisites
⦁ Creating JAR and WAR filesh
⦁ Make and Build (build.xml)
⦁ Target and Tasks
⦁ Maven Installation
⦁ Maven Build requirements
⦁ Maven POM Builds (pom.xml)
⦁ Maven Build Life Cycle
⦁ Maven Local Repository (.m2)
⦁ Maven Global Repository
⦁ Group ID, Artifact ID, Snapshot
⦁ Maven Dependencies
⦁ Maven Plugins

Chef for configuration management:
⦁ Common Chef Terminology (Server,
⦁ Workstation, Client, Repository etc.)
⦁ Servers and Nodes
⦁ Chef Configuration Concepts
⦁ Workstation Setup
⦁ How to configure knife
⦁ Execute some commands to test connection between knife and workstation
⦁ Organization Setup
⦁ Create organization
⦁ Add yourself and node to organization
⦁ Test Node Setup
⦁ Create a server and add to organization
⦁ Check node details using knife
⦁ Node Objects and Search
⦁ How to Add Run list to Node
Check node Details
⦁ Introduction to Puppet
⦁ Difference between puppet open source and enterprise
⦁ Puppet Architecture
⦁ Puppet components
⦁ Puppet Master installation and configuration
⦁ Puppet agent installation and configuration
⦁ Puppet connections
⦁ Adding agents to master
⦁ Components of Puppet
⦁ Hiera
⦁ Mcollective
⦁ Puppet DB
⦁ Puppet dash board
⦁ Geppato
⦁ Facter
⦁ Catalogue
Puppet DSL:
⦁ Templates
⦁ Defining the classes in puppet
⦁ Relationships between resources
⦁ Variables
⦁ Scope
⦁ Notify required keywords
⦁ Puppet modules
⦁ Site.ppvsnode.pp
⦁ Puppet manifests
⦁ How to write basic manifests
⦁ How to define classes
⦁ How to write customized manifests
⦁ Real time examples of manifests
Software Methodologies:

⦁ Waterfall Model
⦁ Vmodel
⦁ Agile/Scrum

Testing Tools:

⦁ Selenium
⦁ Junit
⦁ Bugjilla

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