A warm welcome to the DevOps Engineering – Git, GitHub, Maven, JUnit, Log4j course by Uplatz.
Uplatz provides this comprehensive training on DevOps covering four of the most important and popular elements constituting an integrated DevOps system. This DevOps course focuses on the detailed understanding and implementation of:
Git and GitHub – free, open source, distributed version control system
Apache Maven – tool for build automation including software project management and comprehension
JUnit – unit testing framework for the Java programming language
Apache Log4j – java–based logging utility and reliable, fast and flexible logging framework (APIs)
The term ‘DevOps’ was introduced by combining software “development” (Dev) and “operations” (Ops.) The aforesaid term was coined by Patrick Debois in 2009 to make way for quick and effective delivery of software updates, bug fixes, and features.
DevOps, essentially as an approach or a work culture, is implemented by the right amalgamation of collaboration, automation, integration, continuous delivery, testing and supervising.
Prior to the introduction of DevOps, the traditional or classic waterfall model was followed for software delivery. This process model involved a sequential flow of a defined set of phases where the output of one phase becomes the input of the next phase. Therefore, all the phases are dependent on each other, and the completion of one phase marks the beginning of the other. Despite the simplicity of SDLC, it has been found to have several defects. It has been observed that in the ever–changing contemporary world, a business is met with multifaceted problems which require quick fixes. Changes in the product like adding new features, fixing bugs, etc. require it to go through at least a few different silos in traditional SDLC, causing delays and increasing cost.
Specification: DevOps Engineering – Git, GitHub, Maven, JUnit, Log4j