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How do you set up the infrastructure for a stable cloud platform for long-term, trouble-free operation? In this workshop, we will show what clean development and deployment processes can look like - both when migrating an existing infrastructure to the cloud and when setting up a new cloud-native infrastructure.
In addition to the application side, we will examine the infrastructure side in particular - and demonstrate best practices, solution modules, and experiences from past projects.
We will also look at the status of your infrastructure and show you ways in which the migration can be successfully approached or continued in your specific case.
The focus of the content depends entirely on your current and individual needs.
The workshop provides a detailed insight into cloud-native infrastructures. The aim is to discuss common problems and challenges in a targeted manner and to identify solutions. The goal is to enable the responsible persons on the customer side to create and sustainably operate an optimal infrastructure in the cloud in the future.
Our DevOps workshop will enable you to assess how DevOps can be introduced in an IT organization. Among other things, you will learn
The content will be taught to participants "hands-on" using common best practices, solution modules, and lessons learned from our past projects.
|1. Cloud Basics|
|2. 12-factor apps|
|3. Cloud-native architecture|
|4. Infrastructure as Code|
|5. Pets vs. cattle|
|6. High availability, reliability, scalability|
|10. Team processes and structures|
Note: The content focus of the training can be individually adapted to the customer's needs.
Fabrizio Branca is a Senior DevOps Engineer. After building the AOE team in San Francisco, he is now back in Wiesbaden, Germany, developing and running cloud infrastructure for Data Science and other global projects. Fabrizio provides his extensive consulting expertise and has supported numerous enterprise projects. His focus areas are Continuous Integration and AWS as well as their automation.