This beginner’s level industry-driven DevOps training is intended to guide and prepare you to become a DevOps engineer through the introductions of DevOps methodology & several DevOps tools widely used in the market. Primary focus is on building the proper foundation of DevOps, adapting to the industry demand of cloud deployment of applications through Maven, Jenkins, Git, GitHUB, etc.

Trainer : Shagor Abed

Prerequisites / Eligibility :

– No mandatory prerequisites.
– Prior experience/knowledge in Software Development, Software Test Automation, basic UNIX/Linux commands, etc. will definitely be a plus.

Course Content

Chapter 01:
  • 1.1 Introduction to CICD – Continuous Integration Continuous Deployment
  • 1.2 DevOps and DevOps Tools
  • 1.3 Understanding the DevOps Model and QA Role Expectations
  • 1.4 CICD Pipeline Diagram and Process Walkthrough
Chapter 02:
  • 2.1 Introduction To Apache Maven and Benefits
  • 2.2 Maven Installation and Setup
  • 2.3 Creating Maven Projects in Eclipse and Creating Maven Tests
  • 2.4 Intro to Project Object Model(POM) and working w. POM.xml file
  • 2.5 Maven Dependencies, Maven Project Builds and Reports
Chapter 03:
  • 3.1 Introduction To Jenkins, it’s Role in CICD and Features
  • 3.2 Jenkins Installation
  • 3.3 Creating & Scheduling Jobs in Jenkins
  • 3.4 Managing Jenkins to Set the Java & Maven Path
  • 3.5 Creating Maven Projects from Jenkins
  • 3.6 Jenkins Advanced Topics(As time permits)
Chapter 04:
  • 4.1 Introduction to Version Control Systems and its Importance
  • 4.2 Distributed Version Control System
  • 4.3 Introduction to Git and GitHUB
  • 4.4 Difference between Git and GitHUB
  • 4.5 Effective usage of Git Repository System using Add, Commit, Push, Pull etc.
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I assume that most of you are NEW to Testing and have no experience in writing any code. That way, I ensure that I go through from the very basic level and gradually move to advanced topics.
This is NOT Java training. However, I shall teach all that is need to successfully build, design, run and maintain Data-Driven, Keyword-Driven and Hybrid Automation frameworks through Java/JUnit.
There is a lot to learn initially on Selenium IDE, RC and GRID. We then go into programming through Java. Once you learn a flow with one language it will make things easier to adapt and learn or implement through other languages. You know how things work and what can/cannot be done.
It varies and depends on the organization implementing it.
Please refer to Welcome Pack for Selenium on the https://www.itelearn.com/member-thank-you page for detailed installation instructions.
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NO. This training has a well integrated and navigates through easy to advanced topics seamlessly. This is the primary reason, it makes your concepts rock solid and you would be able to grasp and implement lot many features. Even if you are an experienced QTP professional and need to sharpen your skills, there is no shortcut. You have to go through the entire program as there are many concepts and fundamentals that you may miss otherwise.
The training program has sufficient focus on learning the required programming knowledge.
The entire training is focused on practical, hands-on, job like projects and practice.

“Selenium is an open source tool and supported by a large volunteers of open source developers. Selenium has become one of the most popular automation testing tools in the recent days. More and more organizations are adopting Selenium over other commercial software testing tools.

I remember predicting Selenium will be the dominating automation tools in next 3 years. I said this in 2010 to a group of my students and it is almost reality now. Why is it so popular? It is the cost. More and more organizations are cutting cost and divorcing commercial and high cost tools like QTP, rational and MS visual suites of tools. Open source is a cost effective solution in the long run even if the learning curve is little steep. I am sure the job market for selenium will increase in 2013 and coming years.”

The scripting language used for Selenium training is Java.
It varies and depends on the organization implementing it.

 

 

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