IT -DevOps

Complete DevOps Engineer Course 2.0 – Java and Kubernetes

In this introductory course, you'll learn and practice essential computer science concepts using the Java programming language. You'll learn about Object Oriented Programming, a technique that allows you to use code written by other programmers in your own programs. You'll put your new Java programming skills to the test by solving real-world problems faced by software engineers.

Java programming is a great option for first-time coders due to its popularity and ease of use. This course will provide you with a solid foundation in computer science and Object Oriented Programming concepts, as well as set you on the path for success as a software engineer.

This complete course is also designed to teach you about managing application containers, using Kubernetes. Kubernetes (k8s) is an open source platform for automating container operations such as deployment, scheduling and scalability across a cluster of nodes. We've built this course with our Team ClayDesk of industry recognized developers and consultants to bring you the best of everything!

Mastering highly resilient and scalable infrastructure management is very important, because the modern expectation is that your favorite sites will be up 24/7, and that they will roll out new features frequently and without disruption of the service. Achieving this requires tools that allow you to ensure speed of development, infrastructure stability and ability to scale.

We have designed the course especially for beginners and intermediate level students -no matter where you are in your web site development and coding journey—It is for sure that the future belongs to web developers who know how to code real world responsive websites built on Bootstrap framework.

What you’ll learn

  • Become proficient working with Java
  • Understand basic concepts of Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Learn about Methods, Classes, Objects, Constructors and other important concepts
  • Create Java applications
  • Understand the Cloud Google Platform
  • Work with building Web Applications images using Docker
  • Understand the Kubernetes Architecture
  • Setting up a Virtual Machine using Oracle VM
  • Create Clusters
  • Hand-on Real World Projects using WordPress and PHP Guestbook
  • Configure Back-end and Front-end functionality
  • Learn how to scale Web Applications using Google Container Engine with Kubernetes
  • Learn how 12-factor apps and the microservices design pattern make modern applications easier to deploy and maintain
  • Use Docker to build container images that package an application and its dependencies for deployment on a single machine

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • You need to have fast internet connection
  • You would also need a credit card for signing up with FREE Google trial cloud platform
  • You also must be tech savvy and ready to make an effort in becoming a cloud developer

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for beginners as well as Intermediate and Advanced users
  • If you know Java or any other programming language - that's great but nor required though
  • If you know any programming language, then you can work with Building Scaleable Applications Section of the course

In this introductory course, you'll learn and practice essential computer science concepts using the Java programming language. You'll learn about Object Oriented Programming, a technique that allows you to use code written by other programmers in...

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Course content

    • Introduction and Course Agenda
      • Introduction to the DevOps Course
      • World of Microservices
      • Micro Services vs. Monolith
      • Google Cloud & Kubernetes Course Structure
      • What is DevOps
      • DevOps Engineer and Developer Salaries
      • Supporting Files
    • HTML and CSS
      • Introduction to HTML and CSS
      • Downloading Atom Editor
      • Finding Proper Code Editor
      • Downloading Emmet
      • Creating Your First Web Page
      • Lists Concepts
      • Parent Child Relationship
      • Heading Tag
      • Inspect Element Tool
      • Using Anchor Tags
      • Using Blockquotes
      • Organizing Files
      • First CSS Stylesheet
      • Inserting Images On Webpage
      • How to Use Div Tags
      • Ids and Classes
      • Coding What We Have Learnt
    • Introduction to Java Programming
      • Introduction
      • Java History - Simple Reading
      • How Java Works
      • Java Structure - Reading
      • Installing Important Software
      • Difference Between Java Run Time Environment (JRE) / Java Development Kit (JDK)
      • Java Fundamental Concepts
    • Introduction to Java Conditionals
      • Your First Java Program
      • Using Variables
      • Strings and Working with Text
      • Strings Exercise
      • The While Loop
      • For Loop
      • Loop - Exercise
      • IF Statement
      • IF Else Exercise
      • Getting User Input
      • DO WHILE Statements
      • Do While Statements - Excercise
      • Java Switch
      • switch_statement_in_java.pdf
    • Introduction to Java Arrays
      • What is an Array
      • Array of Strings
      • Multi-dimensional Arrays
      • Multi-dimensional Arrays
    • Programming Core Java
      • Classes and Objects
      • Difference Between Objects and Classes
      • Methods
      • Getters and Return Values
      • Method Parameters
      • Difference Between Parameters and Arguments
      • Setters and This
      • Static and Final
      • Constructors
    • Working With Strings in Java
      • String Builder and Formatting
      • ToString Method
      • ToString Method
      • Java Packages
      • Inheritance
      • Java Interfaces
    • Working With Child Classes and Wildcards
      • Public Private Protected
      • Encapsulation
      • Polymorphism
      • Casting Numerical Values
      • Using Generics
      • Upcasting and Downcasting
      • Generics and Wildcards
      • Project A - Practice
      • Half Way
      • Project B - Practice
    • Java Conclusion
      • Java Course Conclusion
    • Building Scaleable Web Applications
      • The Agenda
      • Evolution of Applications
      • Creating a Free Google Account
      • Introduction to Google Cloud Console
    • What is Docker?
      • What is a Container
      • Installing Oracle Virtual Box
      • What is Docker
      • Installing Docker
    • What is Google Cloud Shell and Kubernetes Container Engine
      • Google Container Engine
      • Deep Dive into Architecture
      • Running Images with Docker
      • Installing Apps with Native OS Tools
      • Pulling Images from DockerHUb
    • Clustering With Kubernetes - Project WordPress
      • Creating Own Docker Images
      • Kubernetes Revisited
      • Creating a New Project
      • Creating a Cluster
      • Kubernetes User Interface - Talking to Clusters
      • Deploying App to Cluster
      • Push Container Images to Registry
    • Deep Dive Kubernetes - Project Guestbook Using PHP
      • Creating Cluster Guestbook
      • Deploying Redis Master Guestbook
      • Deploying Redis Master Service Guestbook
      • Deploying Redis Slave Controller Guestbook
      • Deploying Redis Slave Service Guestbook
      • Deploying Front End Guestbook
      • Deploying External IP – Guestbook
      • Guestbook Project Cleanup
      • Project Summary
    • Kubernetes - Conclusion
      • Kubernetes - Conclusion
    • Your Final Project Task
      • Running Java on Compute Engine
    • Bonus
      • Downloading XAMPP Server
      • Installing XAMPP Server
      • Configuring XAMPP Server
      • Create a FREE Web Hosting Account
    • Other Editors for Coding
      • Downloading Eclipse Editor
      • Downloading ATOM Editor
      • Downloading Brackets Editor
      • Emmet Package for Brackets
    • Resources
      • Continuous Delivery in Kubernetes - By Google
      • WP1-Microservices_Resiliency
      • WP2-Microservices_Why_Should_Businesses_Care
    • Bonus : What is DevOps Best Practice