DevOps

The DevOps Path: Mastering Infrastructure and Configuration as Code with Terraform and Ansible

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קורס לקבוצות

הקורס נפתח במתכונת של קבוצה בלבד, בהתאמה אישית לארגונים.
לפרטים נוספים: Muzman@johnbryce.co.il

משך הקורס

שעות אקדמיות:

40

מספר מפגשים:

קורס בוקר:

5

מספר מפגשים:

קורס בוקר:

5

מתכונת הקורס

הקורסים המוזמנים לארגונים מותאמים באופן אישי ומלא לצרכי הארגון, מערכי הלימוד גמישים וניתן לשלב בהם תכנים רלוונטיים וייעודיים.

המבחן של המדינה קבע שג'ון ברייס היא המכללה שמשלבת הכי הרבה בוגרים בעבודה בהייטק

Overview

Terraform has gained a lot of traction and popularity in the last two years, as more and more companies migrate to cloud or manage multiple Infrastructures (Hybrids). Terraform is the go to tool you need to master if you are or about to get into an Ops / DevOps role. While You typically use a technology like Ansible, Chef, or Puppet to automate the provisioning of software, Terraform starts from the same principle but focuses on the automation of the infrastructure itself. Your whole cloud infrastructure (instances, volumes, networking, IPs) can be described in Terraform. Use Terraform to describe your AWS, GCE, AZURE, OpenStack and many more in one place and in one code.

In this course you’ll learn how to use Terraform to automate your infrastructure. we will teach our students the basics of Terraform and will then explain how to automate infrastructure on Cloud Infrastructure using Terraform and to the most advanced topics such as Templating, code reuse multi account and region deployments, ECS and EKS and many more.

Ansible Created a radical change in simplifying IT automation. Ansible Automation Engine became the most commonly used configuration management, application deployment and intra-service orchestration tool. Using Ansible you’ll be able to automate every piece of the job in hand.

In this course we’ll master Ansible while tackling and learning base on real world use cases.
We will starts with Ansible’s architecture and how to provide effective scalable automation, then we move on to installing and configuring it with various platforms and into advance topics. We will learn how Ansible helps us to manage cloud services and containers and provision it with AWS and Docker. Finally, you will master troubleshooting, validating, and testing with Ansible.

On Completion, Delegates will be able to

Use Terraform to automate your infrastructure

Automate infrastructure on cloud providers using Terraform (including templating, code reuse multi account and region deployments for Containers, ECS, EKS, EC2

Master Ansible and its architecture

Provide effective scalable automation with Ansible

Install and configure Ansible with various platforms

Manage cloud services and container with Ansible

Provision Ansible with AWS and Docker

Master troubleshooting, validating and testing with Ansible

Who Should Attend

DevOps

IT Personal

CI/CD Professionals

Operation Managers

Course Contents

The Difference Between Ansible and Terraform and why to learn both

Some will say, and we agree, that the two serve the same market segments, and overlapping in the use cases they solve. But really they overlap in the provisioning part, as stated in the table below. So how are they different? Where do you use one vs the other?

With Terraform you are ONLY building infrastructure (cloud, VMware, etc). You or your Team are always going to need further orchestration and configuration management leveraging tools – like Ansible.

Once Terraform has built the infrastructure, we will kickstart Ansible to finish off the heavy lifting to get the machines/containers configured and working. This can be a very cohesive workflow, and plays to the strengths of both tools.

On the more advanced front, Terraform requires you to be ready to treat infrastructure truly as code. Your entire plan/blueprint exists as a part of your Terraform plan, with which you then apply to your targeted endpoint (AWS, Azure, Google, VMware) to build machines.

01
Terraform
02
Ansible
03
From Code to Production
full syllabus
PDF להורדה

Part 1 – Terraform

Terraform Introduction

  • Installing Terraform and Setting up AWS environment
  • Introduction to Terraform

Terraform Basics

  • Variables
  • Software provisioning
  • Outputs and module outputs
  • State and Remote state using dynamoDB
  • Data sources – Sharing state across modules
  • Templates
  • Modules
  • Terraform Basics Quiz and Labs

Terraform with AWS

  • AWS Infrastructure OverView
  • Creating and managing –
    • VPC
    • ALB and Target Groups
  • ASG
  • UserData
  • Static IP, EIP’s and Route53 along with routing
  • RDS Management
  • IAM & IAM Roles Management
  • ECS & EKS

Advance Terraform

  • Interpolation
  • Conditionals
  • Built-in functions
  • Project layout

PIPELINE DEMO

  • Jenkins with Terraform and Packer

Part 2 – Ansible

Ansible Introduction

  • Installing Ansible and setting up AWS environment
  • Introduction to Ansible

Ansible Architecture and Design

  • Ansible inventories
  • Ansible Modules
  • Yaml
  • PlayBooks
  • Variables
  • Facts
  • Templating Jinja2
  • Creating and Executing

 Ansible Advanced

  • Modules
  • Dynamic inventories
  • Registers
  • Looping
  • Async and Parallel
  • Tasks
  • Magic variables
  • Blocks
  • Vault
  • Custom Modules and Plugins
  • Includes and Imports, Tags

Ansible with AWS and Containers

  • Ansible and AWS
  • Ansible and Dockers

Part 3 – Terraform and Ansible – From Code to Production – Hands on final project

  • Building Full AWS Production environment with Terraform base on ECS / EKS
  • Building custom Docker images with Ansible and their configuration
    • Pushing to Docker Repo
    • Automated Testing of the created containers
  • Automated Deploying of the new containers to Sandbox & Production
    • Terraform on the fly provisioning of a Sandbox environment
      • Deploying containers to Sandbox
      • Smoke Test
      • Destroying Sandbox
    • Terraform Provisioning of Production Environment with Green Blue Deploy
prerequisites
  • Linux
  • Familiarity with AWS (we will do our labs on AWS)
Technical Recuirements

An AWS account – free account to do the labs provided by the student / company.

 

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