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Microservices and Cloud Foundry Enablement Training in Atlanta

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Cloud Foundry for Operators - June 19th

This course provides operators with the theoretical concepts and first-hand experience needed to securely manage resources and users within a Cloud Foundry installation. Starting with essentials like Cloud Foundry architecture and the application deployment and scaling process, the course teaches students how to work with orgs and spaces, quotas, and security groups within Cloud Foundry and covers advanced usage of the Cloud Foundry CLI.
The course is intended for operators seeking accelerated onboarding to the Cloud Foundry platform through in-depth understanding of theoretical concepts and lab-intensive training.

Course objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the architecture and main concepts of Cloud Foundry
  • Deploy, scale and monitor applications on the Cloud Foundry platform
  • Manage Cloud Foundry orgs and spaces
  • Limit resource consumption using Cloud Foundry quotas
  • Configure and use the Cloud Foundry CLI (advanced CLI usage will also be covered)
  • Manage resources and users inside a Cloud Foundry cluster

Contents:

  • Introduction to Cloud Foundry
  • Cloud Foundry Quick Start
  • Cloud Foundry Orgs and Spaces
  • Cloud Foundry Quotas
  • Cloud Foundry Security Groups
  • Advanced Cloud Foundry CLI Usage

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Cloud Foundry for DevOps - Essentials - June 20-21st

This two-day course is an in-depth primer on building and operating Cloud Foundry clusters with BOSH. Students will gain experience in deploying BOSH, and then use the BOSH Director to automatically deploy Cloud Foundry to AWS IaaS. From here, the course expands on working with orgs and spaces, quotas, and security groups within Cloud Foundry.
Cloud Foundry for DevOps - Essentials will be of interest to the engineers experienced with cloud infrastructure who want to learn how to deploy distributed Cloud Foundry clusters in a reproducible manner using BOSH.

Course objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe main concepts of Cloud Foundry
  • Prepare the infrastructure for BOSH and Cloud Foundry
  • Deploy and configure the BOSH Director
  • Deploy and configure Cloud Foundry
  • Configure and use the Cloud Foundry CLI

Contents:

  • Main Concepts of Cloud Foundry
  • Deploy BOSH
  • Deploy Cloud Foundry
  • Cloud Foundry Quick Start
  • Cloud Foundry Org and Space Management
  • Quota Management in Cloud Foundry
  • Using Cloud Foundry Security Groups

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Cloud Foundry for DevOps - Advanced - June 22-23rd

The course provides DevOps engineers who have basic skills in deploying Cloud Foundry with a deeper dive into deployment, configuration, and management of Cloud Foundry installations.
Day one is dedicated to exploring topics related to HA deployments, buildpacks, CF CLI plugins, and interaction between the BOSH Director and a BOSH Agent. On day two, students will learn the essential skills to ensure installation security, scalability, and resilience, troubleshoot, debug, simplify zero-downtime deployments, and set up a continuous delivery environment using a Concourse pipeline.

Course objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the architecture and main concepts of Cloud Foundry
  • Prepare the infrastructure for BOSH and Cloud Foundry
  • Deploy, configure, and manage the BOSH Director
  • Connect to BOSH and use it to manage cloud services
  • Deploy, configure, and manage Cloud Foundry
  • Configure and use the Cloud Foundry CLI (advanced CLI usage will also be covered)
  • Manage resources and users inside a Cloud Foundry cluster
  • Ensure that the system is secure
  • Make the system resilient to component failure

Contents:

  • Learn how the BOSH Director and the Agent work
  • Buildpacks
  • High Availability
  • Security
  • Cloud Foundry CLI plugins
  • Troubleshooting
  • Concourse automation

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Microservices Architecture: Best Practices, Tools, and Frameworks - June 19-20th

The course introduces application developers to the core principles of the microservices architecture. Participants will study the pros and cons imposed by this development approach and explore first-hand the 12-factor app methodology. This course is based on hands-on exercises and gives developers an extended overview of various tools, services and frameworks which become essential in the Cloud Native environment.

At the end of the training course, developers will know how to design microservices applications and be informed enough to select a suitable technology stack. In addition to that, participants will get an introductory understanding of Cloud Foundry and the experience of using it to deploy, manage, and scale an exemplary microservices application written in Java.

Course objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the general concepts of cloud native development and a microservices architecture
  • Solve tasks in such areas as Designing a scalable and resilient architecture, Service Discovery, Centralized cloud configuration, Fully automated delivery pipelines, monitoring and troubleshooting in distributed systems
  • Predict and avoid common issues and bottlenecks in microservices-oriented systems
  • Use Cloud Foundry as a cloud native platform to manage application state

Contents:

  • Setting up the Local Environment
  • Microservices overview and introduction to Domain Driven Design
  • Introduction to Cloud platform
  • Creating a Sample Application with Spring Boot
  • 12-factor apps with examples for how to develop an application which follows these rules

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Accelerated Onboarding to Cloud Foundry - June 21st

This one-day course is designed for application developers who are familiar with the microservices architecture, have already tried managing a bunch of applications and services manually or with orchestration tools and now would like to become familiar with another "time and resource" efficient approach. Students will walk through such topics as benefits of a cloud-native platform, the Cloud Foundry architecture, CF components' roles and limitations, common approaches to cloud-native development and best practices in using Cloud Foundry. The participants will gain experience in troubleshooting techniques, app configuration and performance optimization in the cloud.

Course objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Gain a deep understanding of Cloud Foundry’s concepts
  • Use advanced troubleshooting techniques on Cloud Foundry
  • Build Java applications with Cloud Foundry. Java application troubleshooting, understanding the staging process
  • Advanced app’s configuration (service discovery, scaling apps, debugging, troubleshooting containerized services, etc.)
  • Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration basics with Concourse

Contents:

  • Extended Cloud Foundry architecture
  • Cloud Foundry CLI extended usage
  • Cloud Foundry Services
  • Troubleshooting
  • Continuous Deployment with Cloud Foundry
  • Configuration
  • Service Discovery

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Logging and Monitoring

Logging and monitoring components are crucial for flawless operation of any complex real-world system, Cloud Foundry in particular. At the training, the attendees will learn how to effectively organize activities around distributed system monitoring and collection of logs from infrastructure components, Cloud Foundry components and applications.

Who should attend?

The Logging and Monitoring in Cloud Foundry training was developed for Cloud Foundry operators and DevOps engineers.

Course objectives

You will know how to:

  • See logs and metrics from different levels of deployment stack:
    • Applications
    • 3rd party services
    • Cloud Foundry
    • BOSH
    • IaaS
  • See possible ways of monitoring components described above (agents, firehose nozzles, buildpacks, etc)
  • Find out which metrics you can find useful in your CF installation
  • Gain experience with:
  • Firehose nozzle
  • Visualize metrics
  • IaaS/3rd party services monitoring
  • Pushing sample application into CF and collecting some metrics from it
  • Tips and tricks with Elasticsearch deployment

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Please email us at training@altoros.com if you would like to:

  • get a training for your team (7+ people) and get team discount
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