Cloud Training & Learning Resources
Use the filters to narrow your search. Staff who want general overview information about the cloud should select the Cloud Foundations Track. Content that is in progress or planned for future delivery will be noted.
ITS aspires to provide foundational and core cloud competency training opportunities for all of ITS. Cloud foundations sessions are currently being scheduled to orient the next rotation of vDC technical experts. As sessions are scheduled, and open seats become available, we will reach out to those that have indicated interest. If you are interested in cloud foundations sessions, please complete this Training Interest Survey.
Our goal is to provide the most effective training possible. With that in mind, our training with labs require a Subject Matter Expert present to help make the lab more interactive, provide some work opportunities, and answer questions. Due to this requirement, we may be limited on the frequency with which we can offer labs.
- How Docker can greatly simplify continuous deployment
- Building your CI/CD toolbox
- Building a deployment job
- Continuous deployment using hosted Docker
- Deploying AWS with Jenkins
- Automated testing using Docker and AWS
- Goals and expectations for integration testing
- Creating and deploying an integration test job
- Docker Certified Associate prep
- Docker editions and platforms
- Docker namespaces
- Installing Docker
- Configuring repositories and Docker swarm
- Creating users and teams
- Backing up Docker
- Troubleshooting Docker errors
- Setting up a Docker Swarm cluster
- Locking a Swarm cluster
- Why Quorum is important
- Visualizing Swarm services
- Analyzing services with Docker Inspect
- Troubleshooting a service
- Using templates with Docker services
Guide about Ansible including what it is, installation, upgrade & configuration, how to use Ansible, how to contribute to Ansible, developer information and scenario guides.
Docker tutorial to get users started with docker concepts, orientation and set-up, containers, services, swarms, stacks and deploying apps.
This cheat sheet summarizes commonly used Git command line instructions for quick reference.
This course shows how to use Git, the popular open-source version control software, to manage changes to source code and text files.
Enhance your Git skillset and explore intermediate techniques and concepts that can help you work more efficiently