Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp – The Linux Foundation

Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp

Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp – The Linux Foundation

$1,200

Take your career to the next level. Go from IT administrator to certified cloud pro in as little as six months.

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What does the Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp include?

If you are really looking for a great course to level up your Linux education. This training includs containers and Kubernetes fundamentals, moving to system monitoring, cloud-native logging, and Kubernetes application management, providing all the knowledge needed to work as a cloud administrator.

The format enables you to study at your own pace, but also get support via interactive forums and live video chat with instructors. The Linux Foundation’s experts, who are leaders on their relevant open source projects, have outlined the courses and recommended pace for you to be successful.

The training included starts with containers and Kubernetes fundamentals, moving to system monitoring, cloud native logging, and Kubernetes application management, providing all the knowledge needed to work as a cloud administrator.

Courses included in this Advanced Cloud Engineering Bootcamp:

  • Containers Fundamentals (LFS253)

    • In our app-driven world, containers and microservices are the perfect home for an application. This course will help you build a solid foundation for container technologies.
  • Kubernetes Fundamentals (LFS258)

    • This course will teach you how to install and configure a production-grade Kubernetes cluster, from network configuration to upgrades to deployments available via services.
  • Certified Kubernetes Administrator Exam (CKA)

    • Earning your CKA will demonstrate you have the skills, knowledge, and competency to perform a Kubernetes administrator and cloud engineer's responsibilities.
  • Service Mesh Fundamentals (LFS243)

    • With the growth of microservices and Kubernetes, production environments need to have tools to monitor and manage network traffic. This course explores the use of Envoy Proxy and Istio to take control of network access.
  • Monitoring Systems and Services with Prometheus

    • Prometheus is a monitoring system and time series database that is especially well suited for monitoring dynamic cloud environments. This course walks through installation and deployment, including its major features, best practices, and use cases.
  • Cloud Native Logging with Fluentd (LFS242)

    • Known as the “unified logging layer,” Fluentd provides fast and efficient log transformation and enrichment, as well as aggregation and forwarding. This course is designed to introduce you to a technical background to the Fluentd log forwarding and aggregation tool for Cloud Native Logging.
  • Managing Kubernetes Applications with Helm

    • Deploying complex and interrelated microservices can be challenging. The course explains how to use Helm to package, install, and verify Kubernetes components in a production cluster.

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