DevOps for beginners

I am Maiyuki and have been working in IT since the end of 2017 with Coding, Cloud and DevOps. I would like to share my experience from the very beginnig of my journal.



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I have to admit that I have a weakness for shopping for courses. This one I just have to mention here. Linux Shell Scripting: A Project-Based Approach to Learning by a man named Jason Cannon. this is a great course to learn bash and get hands-on practise. He explain the concepts clear and the material is well put together. You can buy the course at Udemy and discounts are not unusual. I bought the course to get familiar with Bash and it has helped be understand the Terminal more.

I graduated my accelerated learning December 2017 and have been study intense for certifications for AWS Developer and Red Hat Administrator. There are so many things to learn from scratch and sometimes it feels impossible. But, mapping out my DevOps path might do the trick and also not being in a rush. I have gone through some tools, services and knowledge and with help from my colleague I believe these are the right things to continue with 2019. I know that I massed a few things like monitory and CI/CD. I will save monitory for 2020 and CI/CD do include in AWS.

Working DevOps requieres knowledge in development and administration. Enrolling for Red Hat System Administration I and II and earning Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA®) gives you great skills to perform the core system administration tasks. Before enrolling to the courses, a few years of experience with Linux system (Red Hat or Centos would be prefered) is strongly recommended. If you don’t have the experience then CompTia Linux+ would be a good start.

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