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DevOps Training

DevOps Training in Bangalore

DevOps Training in Bangalore

Are you on the look-out for the best DevOps Training in Bangalore to update yourself with the latest trends in technology? Join Besant Technologies to realize your dreams and to kick-start your career. Make a call to +91 9962528293 / 9962528294 to get further details.

Importance of Devops Training

DevOps was initially called as ‘Agile operations’ or ‘Agile System Administration’. It emerged as a fusion of two major trends. Basically, it is more of a culture which includes practices that bring the development and operations teams in an organization together. Various factors such as application performance, functional requirements and project spend have the ability to become conflicting priorities that disrupt the co-existence of development and operations teams.

DevOps helps to increase the overall standard and to pose a check on the number of interruptions. Attaining maximum efficiency and achieving higher performance is the goal in any business operation and DevOps helps in reaching it. Some other notable advantages that come along while using DevOps are reduced time spans to overcome failure, reduced deployment rollbacks, reduced development cycle, improved defect detection and improved release velocity.

The benefits of DevOps outweigh the technical difficulties faced in merging the two environments.

  • It delivers system to customers faster and also reduces production changes by automating non-functional testing and shortening development iterations.
  • It automates service management allowing support for operational goals and improves understanding of the layers of production environment thereby helping prevent or resolve production issues easily.
  • The potential benefits of DevOps are difficult to measure but can only be seen as decrease in production and operation cost.

Why Choose Besant Technologies

Besant Technologies has been in the field of training services for over a decade and therefore they have rich experience and diverse knowledge. We are entrusted by thousands of students over the years as we have helped all of them further themselves in their professional ladder. We adopt a systematic and fully-organized approach in conducting and handling DevOps Training in Bangalore. Each technology is taught as a course which comes as a single, comprehensive program inclusive of all the aspects such as theory classes, hands-on training, doubt clearing sessions, test-series, etc.

We maintain our reputation in this field by various miscellaneous practices. Our hand-picked team of experienced DevOps trainers and experts provide complete assistance and support related to the subject to all our students. The study materials have been specially designed and tailor-made in order to suit the demands of the industry. Individual attention and care is provided for all students who join our study program. Our exclusive study-aids are exclusively made and distinguish us by the quality we provide. All our training centers have a remarkable atmosphere and ambience that enables learning, making it professional and interesting at the same time.

Devops Training in Besant Technologies

The DevOps Training in Bangalore provided by Besant Technologies comes with the promise of 100% placements and very good industry exposure. The DevOps certification is also a part of the DevOps training and is very beneficial for all the students in landing in their dream jobs and for realizing their professional goals. A bright future with potential job offers are assured for all the students who come under our DevOps training institute. We have an intricately customized practical oriented training that is sure to help the students to get in-depth knowledge about DevOps.

We attribute our success to our talented team of DevOps trainers and DevOps experts who have been associated with us for long. We have various courses for all those who approach us in order to update themselves with the trending skillset needed for survival in the IT industry. Giving education related to latest technology has been our prime motive in all these years. We also have our branches in various parts of Chennai and Bangalore that offer DevOps training in areas like OMR, Tambaram, Velachery, BTM Layout 2nd Stage and Marathahalli.

So now, buckle up end the wait! Make a call and join Besant Technologies for DevOps Training in Bangalore to become a part of our extensive training program.

Devops Course

As a part of this course, you will learn about DevOps ecosystem, continuous integration using Jenkins, containerization and automation concepts. Introduction to Ansible, its setup, configuration, roles and modules will be taught as well. Concepts related to Chef, its environment, Open source Chef Server and node objects are also included. Further you will learn about Docker, its commands, use-cases and related concepts. Also you will learn about continuous monitoring and be able to execute projects. The syllabus extends to cover the DevOps tools which are employed for development too.

Devops Course Syllabus

Linux Basics

  • Introduction
  • Unix/Linux Essentials
    • User and group management
    • Handling files
    • Handling errors
    • Log management
  • Package management
  • Linux performance troubleshooting


  • Core Concepts
    • Bash Files – .bash_profile
    • Bash Files – .bashrc
    • Bash Files – .bash_history
    • Bash Files – .bash_logout
  • What Makes a File a Shell Script?
    • Displaying Environment Variables in a Script
    • Using Variables on the Command Line
    • Setting and Using Variables in Scripts
    • Comment Types and Structure
    • Command Substitution
    • Exit Status
  • Arithmetic Operations
    • Global and Local Environment Variables
    • Special Characters – Quotes and Escapes
    • Using /dev/null
    • The Read Statement
    • Shell Expansion
    • Types of Variables (Implicit vs. Explicit Definition)
    • Arrays
  • Conditional Statements
  • Passing Variables to Scripts at the Command Line

The If Statement

  • If/Then/Else
  • For Loop
    • Case Statement
    • While Loop
    • Execution Operators (&& and ||)
    • Input and Output
  • Reading Files
    • File Descriptors and Handles
    • IFS and Delimiting
  • Traps and Signals
    • Debugging Your Script
    • Error Handling
  • Functions
  • Simple Functions
    • Structure of Functions in a Script
    • Variable Scope in Functions
    • Functions with Parameters
    • Nested Functions
    • Function Return and Exit
    • Samples/Use Cases
  • Project: Advanced UI – Building a Menu System


  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Setup and Configuration
  • Test Environment Setup
  • Download and Installation
  • Ansible Configuration File
  • Ansible Python Dependencies
  • The HOSTS File
  • Overriding the Default HOSTS File
    • Overriding the Default System Ansible.Cfg File
    • Overriding the Default Roles Path
    • Ansible Command Line
    • System Facts
    • System Facts: Common Values for Playbooks
    • Our First Playbook
    • Variables: Inclusion Types
    • Target Section
    • Variable Section
    • Task Section
  • Handler Section
    • Outlining Your Playbook
    • Create a Playbook from Our Outline
    • Optimizing Your Playbook
    • Taking Our Playbook for a Dry Run
    • Asychronous Polling
    • Simple Variable Substitution
    • Lookups
  • RunOnce
    • Local Actions
    • Loops
    • Conditionals
    • Until
    • Notify
    • Vault
    • Prompt – Interactive Playbook
    • Basic Include Statements
  • Tags
  • Basic Error Handling
    • Includes – Breaking Your Playbook Into Discrete Plays
    • Starting At Task or Stepping Through All Tasks
    • Passing Variables Into Playbooks at the Command Line
    • Using Jinja2 Templates
    • LocalAction
    • DelegateTo
    • Roles – The Directory Structure
    • Role Based Tasks
    • Task Order – Pre and Post Tasks
    • Roles – Conditional Execution
    • Roles – Variable Substitution
    • Roles – Handlers
  • Roles – Using Notification
    • Roles – Configuring Alternate Roles Paths
    • Roles – Conditional Include Statements
    • Roles – Waiting For Events
    • Roles – Executing a Task Until
    • Roles – Using Tags
  • Roles – Breaking a Playbook Into a Role
    • Roles – Passing Variables from Command Line
    • Roles – Using Jinja2 Templates
    • Roles – DelegateTo
    • Roles – LocalAction
    • Use Cases


  • GIT, GitHub/BitBucket
  • Introduction about Git
  • Install and Configure Git
  • Introduction to GitHub/BitBucket, Repository administration
  • Branching/Tagging strategy
  • Merging, handling conflicts
  • Troubleshooting issues
  • Git Commands
  • Git GUI, Git Bash
  • Working with Tortoise Git
  • Working with Eclipse IDE
  • Working with projects
  • Best Practices


  • Introduction to Maven
    • Installing Maven, Running Maven
    • Eclipse IDE Integration
    • Understanding Archetypes and pom.xml
    • Maven Build Lifecycle
  • Maven Repositories
    • Maven configuration files
    • Maven Profiles
    • Maven Plugins and Goals
    • Packaging Types
    • Maven Dependencies, Dependency Scope, Finding Dependencies
    • Creating Java, Web, Java EE projects using Maven
    • Build and Deployment Automation
    • Introduction to Multi-Module Builds


  • Learning the Basics of Docker
  • Introduction to Docker
  • Containers Vs. Virtual Machines
    • Docker Architecture
    • The Docker Hub
  • Docker Installation
  • Creating Our First Image
  • Working With Multiple Images
  • Packaging A Customized Container
  • Running Container Commands With Docker
    • The Dockerfile, Builds and Network Configuration
    • Dockerfile Directives
    • Container Volume Management
    • Docker Network: List and Inspect
    • Docker Network: Create and Remove
    • Docker Network: Assign to Containers
    • Docker Commands and Structures
  • Inspect Container Processes
  • Previous Container Management
    • Controlling Port Exposure on Containers
    • Naming Our Containers
  • Docker Events
    • Managing and Removing Base Images
    • Saving and Loading Docker Images
  • Image History
    • Taking Control of Our Tags
    • Pushing to Docker Hub
  • Integration and Use Cases
  • Project: Building a Web Farm for Development and Testing


  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • CI/CD Concepts
  • Installing and Configuring Jenkins
  • The Dashboard
  • User Management and Security
  • Adding a Jenkins Slave
  • Setting Up Github
  • Plugin Manager
  • Freestyle Project Configuration
    • Source Code Management and the Git Plugin
    • Git Hooks and Other Build Triggers
    • Workspace Environment Variables
    • Parameterized Projects
    • Upstream/Downstream Projects and the Parameterized Trigger Plugin
    • Views
  • Pipelines
  • The Jenkinsfile
    • Configuring and Running a Pipeline Artifacts and Fingerprints
  • Testing With Jenkins
    • Unit Testing with JUnit and Ant Deploying to Apache
  • Functional Testing
  • Pipeline Enhancements
    • Multibranch Pipelines and Code Promotion
    • Tagging
  • Notifications
  • Shared Pipeline Libraries
    • Advanced Jenkins Administration
    • The Jenkins CLI
  • The Jenkins REST API
  • Setting Up a Jenkins Master with Docker


  • Identity & Access Management (IAM)
  • IAM Initial Setup and Configuration
  • IAM Users and Policies
  • IAM Groups and Policies
  • IAM Roles
  • Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • VPC Basics
  • Internet Gateways (IGW)
  • Route Tables (RTs)
  • Network Access Control List (NACLs)
  • Subnets
  • Availability Zones (VPC Specific)
  • Simple Storage Service (S3)
  • S3 Basics
    • Buckets & Objects
    • Storage Classes
    • Object Lifecycles
    • Permissions
    • Object Versioning
    • S3 Essentials
    • Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
    • EC2 Basics
    • Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
    • Instance Types
    • Elastic Block Store (EBS)
    • Security Groups
  • IP Addressing
    • Launching and Using an EC2 Instance
    • RDS and DynamoDB Basics
    • Provisioning an RDS MySQL Database
    • Simple Notification Service (SNS)
  • CloudWatch
    • Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)
    • Auto Scaling
    • Route 53
    • Lambda
    • Project

Devops Training Reviews

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Besant Technologies Velachery

No.8, 11th Main road,
Vijaya nagar,
Velachery, Chennai - 600 042
Tamil Nadu, India
Landmark - Reliance Digital Showroom Opposite Street

+91-996 252 8293 / 996 252 8294

Besant Technologies BTM Layout

No. 2, Ground Floor,
29th Main Road, Kuvempu Nagar,
BTM Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore - 560 076
Karnataka, India
Landmark - Next to OI Play School

+91-762 494 1772 / 762 494 1774

Besant Technologies Tambaram

No. 31 / 11, Govindarajan Street,
West Tambaram,
Chennai - 600 045
Tamil Nadu, India
Landmark - Behind National Theatre

+91-996 250 4283

Besant Technologies Marathahalli

No. 43/2, 2nd Floor, VMR Arcade,
Varthur Main Road, Silver Springs Layout,
Munnekollal, Marathahalli, Bengaluru - 560037
Karnataka, India
Landmark - Near Kundalahalli Gate Signal

+91-910 812 6341 / 910 812 6342

Besant Technologies OMR

No. 5/318, 2nd Floor, Sri Sowdeswari Nagar,
OMR, Okkiyam Thoraipakkam, Chennai - 600 097
Tamil Nadu, India
Landmark - Behind Okkiyampet Bus Stop, Above IBACO Ice Cream

+91-887 038 4333

Besant Technologies Rajaji Nagar

No. 309/43, JRS Ecstasy, First Floor,
59th Cross, 3rd Block, Bashyam Circle,
Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore - 560 010
Karnataka, India
Landmark - Near Bashyam Circle

+91-734 915 0004 / 734 916 0004

Besant Technologies Jaya Nagar

No. 2nd Floor,1575,11th Main Road , 4th T-Block , Pattabhirama Nagar,
Jaya Nagar,Bangalore-560041
karnataka, India
Land Mark :opposite to Shanthi Nursing Home


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