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Chef Fundamentals Training Course & Certification

Chef Fundamentals Training Course & Certification


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Chef Fundamentals Training Course Overview

Chef Fundamentals is a comprehensive instructor-taught training covering the basic architecture of Chef Devops and its corresponding tools. This Chef-Fundamentals Devopstraining course Chef-Fundamentals is a comprehensive instructor-taught training covering the basic architecture of Chef Devops and its corresponding tools Each of the core units in the course has hands on exercises to reinforce the material. You will learn Chef by using it. At the end of the class, students will have a code repository that can be used & modified to solve real business problems.

Prerequisites for Chef-Fundamentals Training

Network and System administration on windows or LINUX,Basic virtualization and OOPS concepts will be advantage for this course.

No Examination associated with course

Section 1Challenges of managing IT infrastructure
Lecture 1What Is Configuration Management?
Lecture 2Why You Need a Configuration Management Tool to Automate IT
Lecture 3What Is Chef?
Lecture 4Why Chef Might Be a Good Tool for Your Enterprise
Lecture 5Where Do We Go From Here?
Section 2Chef Development Tools
Lecture 6Install and ConfigurationChef Development Toolson Windows
Lecture 7Install and Configuration Chef Development Toolson Linux
Section 3Ruby fundamentals
Lecture 8Overview of Ruby
Lecture 9Ruby Syntax and Examples
Section 4Chef fundamentals
Lecture 10Chef Syntax and Examples
Lecture 11Working with Knife
Lecture 12Writing First Chef Recipe
Lecture 13Chef and Its Terminology
Lecture 14Attributes,Metadata,Recipes,Resources
Lecture 15Templates,Definitions,Recipes,Writing recipes
Lecture 16Cookbook Dependencies
Lecture 17Controlling Impotency
Lecture 18Notifications,Template Variables
Section 5Cookbooks
Lecture 19Using Cookbooks
Lecture 20Windows - IIS, MSI, Exe, Zip files, Tomcat,
Lecture 21Linux – RPM, Shell Script, Yum Repos,
Lecture 22Common – SVN, Vagrant, Test Kitchen
Lecture 23Introducing Vagrant & Virtualbox
Lecture 24Introducing GIT
Lecture 25Spinning up your first Virtual Machine
Lecture 26Introducing OpsCode
Section 6Developing a Cookbooks
Lecture 27Developing Your First Cookbook
Lecture 28Writing a Recipe
Lecture 29Creating the Index File
Lecture 30Changing the Metadata
Lecture 31Uploading the Cookbook
Lecture 32Running the Cookbook
Lecture 33Add an Attribute
Lecture 34Add a Resource to the Default Recipe
Lecture 35Add the Template File
Lecture 36Uploading and Running the Cookbook
Lecture 37Using Environments
Section 7Modeling your infrastructure
Lecture 38Roles,Implementing a role
Lecture 39Determining which recipes you need
Lecture 40Applying recipes to roles
Lecture 41Mapping your roles to nodes
Lecture 42Environments
Lecture 43Organizing your configuration data
Lecture 44Recipe Inclusion
Lecture 45Recipe Dependency Management.
Lecture 46Berkshelf,Data Bags,Search Roles
Lecture 47Push Jobs,Dry run
Section 8Information about
Lecture 48Chef-solo
Lecture 49Chef-zero
Section 9Troubleshooting and Debugging
Lecture 50Chef Troubleshooting and Debugging
Lecture 51Debugging Chef Client Run
Lecture 52Debugging Recipes Using Logs
Lecture 53Debugging Recipes Using Chef Shell
Lecture 54Troubleshooting Chef Client