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Learn the Linux Academy basics! Discover how to start and connect to your six Linux lab servers, learn about the learning tools we made just for you, and find out the best way to put our content to work. This module updates as we add new features to the Linux Academy!
This course provides a basic introduction to the concept of DevOps. It seeks to give the student a working knowledge of what DevOps is and how it impacts IT in the real world. This course explains the culture of DevOps as well as some of the main practices and tools associated with DevOps. It also introduces the student to the close relationship between DevOps and the cloud.
The purpose of this course is twofold:
Skills that will be covered include:
These will be a high-level overview of the above concepts, which we will build on in more advanced courses.
Serverless Concepts will teach you the basics of this hot new technology. You'll learn about what constitutes a serverless application. You'll watch how-to videos that show off services like AWS Lambda, Google Firebase, and more. You'll be able to review note cards to remember key elements from the sessions. Finally, connect with us in the community and share how you're adopting this technology and your experiences.
Welcome to the Google Cloud Platform for the AWS User course. This course focuses on introducing an experienced AWS user to Google Cloud Platform, primarily through comparing AWS services to their Google Cloud Platform counterparts.
If you have questions like, "I use EC2 all the time, what is the comparable compute service in GCP and what are it's main features" then this is the course for you.
This course does have a short hands-on section to help you create a GCP account and understand how to navigate the console to find and access various services. After which, this course takes a conceptual approach, comparing AWS and GCP services from a feature, pricing, and best use case standpoint.
In this course, you will develop the skills that you need to write effective and powerful scripts and tools using Python. We will go through the necessary features of the Python language to be able to leverage its additional benefits in writing scripts and creating command line tools (data types, loops, conditionals, functions, error handling, and more). Beyond the language itself, you will go through the full development process including project set up, planning, and automated testing to build two different command line tools.
This course will teach the core fundamentals necessary to properly secure your Google Cloud environment, and manage who has access to what resources. The concepts introduced in this course are necessary for any security considerations on Google Cloud.
The Google Cloud Platform Architect Part 1 course laid down a beginner's level of understanding as a foundation for learning more advanced concepts. In this course, we will take a deeper look at many of GCP's services and start to put many concepts together to mimic most real-life business scenarios. Advanced familiarity with these services will be crucial to prepare for the GCP Architect exam.
This course is designed for individuals who what to learn how to use containers on Google Cloud Platform. We will go over the features of the container clusters, as well as how to use kubernetes to create pods, and services using the Google Container Engine.
Join the #containers or #learnwithanthonyjames slack channels on the Linux Academy Slack community: https://linuxacademy-community-slack.herokuapp.com
It is time to focus on the Cloud Architect exam. In this course, we will be filling in the rest of the gaps over what the exam covers, building directly on what we've already learned in the GCP Architect Parts 1 and 2. We will also re-frame previous skills we've learned in the context of using them to solve complicated business and technical problems.