Linux for Cloud & DevOps

Linux for Cloud & DevOps

What is Linux for Cloud & DevOps?

We, at Oytie have always tried to focus and work on each and every fields of Information Technology and create great career opportunities. We believe not only giving trainings but also make sure that one has a great career option ahead of a particular course. Oytie is providing string courses in Linux with Cloud & DevOps which is an emerging sector of the of information technology which came in as a boom to the IT sector.

What Is Linux?

Linux is a free open-source Operating System (OS), offered for use under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Linux, like any OS, mediates between the hardware of the machine (CPU, memory, and storage) and its software. The OS manages how the hardware is used to meet the needs of the software.

A Linux-based OS uses a Linux kernel, which is used to manage the hardware resources. A bootloader runs the machine through a startup sequence, and daemons—background services—work in the background to ensure key functions run smoothly. The OS shell, or command line, receive code instructions from the developer and transmits them to the machine.

What Is DevOps?

DevOps is a methodology that unifies software development with information technology (IT) operations. DevOps prioritizes fast software delivery above all else, through the use of automation, integration, continuous collaboration, and open communication.

To maintain a standard level of quality, DevOps teams use Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) practices and tools. Continuous Integration (CI) practices improve the codebase is secure through frequent updates, and Continuous Delivery (CD) speeds up the process with automation.

Why You Should Use Linux for DevOps

1. Linux is everywhere

Since its release in 1991, Linux has gained a steady increase in popularity. Today, Linux runs many of the technologies that power up devices and services. From mobile phones, Google applications, social media networks, to GPS services, cloud computing environments, data lakes, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) products.

Whether you’re an application consumer or developer, chances are you’re using Linux. According to the 2019 StackOverflow developer survey, Linux is the most loved platform by the surveyed developers, over 25% of which use it as their primary OS. A core goal of DevOps is fast software delivery, and often that means building on existing infrastructure. Linux is a huge part of that.

2. Linux is part of the job

Since DevOps teams share many responsibilities, each role is required to be able to handle challenges as they come. There aren’t any closed-off departments and paper shuffling. DevOps engineer is required to demonstrate skills and knowledge of IT operations, as well as software development.

3. Linux is customizable

The most popular highlight of Linux is its flexibility. You can install it on any device and customize any and every aspect of the OS, from the design of your workflow, from the applications it serves, your DevOps security protocols of choice, and the server environment. This is especially beneficial to DevOps environments, which thrive on a dynamic process.

Software delivery pipelines are often deployed to Linux server environments. If your local machine is Linux-native, you’ll be able to run tests on your device before deploying to the server. Otherwise, you’ll need to test elsewhere and wait for the results. This kind of delay is a thorn in the DevOps machine.

4. Linux is scalable

Scalability is key to the continuity of a DevOps operation. You need to be able to grow without having to change your operating system. To do so would be expensive and time-consuming. Fortunately, Linux is scalable. The Linux kernel can store and process huge amounts of memory, and the requisite hard disk drive (HDD) capacity. You can run it on anything from IoT devices to supercomputers, and keep modifying the OS so it fits your needs.

Trainer Profile:-
Chandra Shekhar Shukla (Oytie Impanel Trainer)
Professional experience summary :-  Overall 18 years of IT experience in various domain and many MNC’s.
Professional corporate trainer, trained more than 10,000+ corporates and 50,000 college on going
students. In Red Hat Linux, Virtualization, Data Storage, Cloud Computing, IT Automation and Devops
Currently: – Oytie Impanel Trainer & Oytie RedHat Department All India Head.
Chief Training Officer and Director Rostris Group (Red Hat authorized training Partner Bangalore).
• 2004- worked with IBM Bangalore (Linux Admin)
• 2005- 2006- worked with first source bank in Africa (Deployment Engineer)
• 2006-2007- sun Micro system Bangalore (Project Head)
• 2008-2009 – worked with NetApp Bangalore (NetApp storage engineer) Technology and
• Sun Solaris certified
• VMware certified
• NetApp certified
• RedHat certified
• And many more Global Certification
Corporate client’s companies whom he trained: –
IBM, sun microsystem, iron mountain, Infosys, Wipro, NTT Data, Ericson, Capegemini Fujitsu, Sasken,
and many more..

Red Hat Course Eligibility


BE/Bsc Candidates

Any Graduate

Any Post-Graduate

Key features

Flexible schedule

Our Flexibles Schedules allow candidates to start or finish their course when they want.

Interview Preparation

Most important step to land to a job is being prepared for the interview. Oytie provides the environment where one gets the platform to practice and improvise interview skills.

Resume Preparation

Resumes help employers make hiring decisions and help you get your first interview. That's why it matters how you structure your resume and what information you decide to include.

Live Project Training

Live Project training is important to learn ethics, discipline and working environment of a Company.

Curriculum / Syllabus

Learning materials are important because they can significantly increase student achievement by supporting student learning. For example, a worksheet may provide a student with important opportunities to practice a new skill gained in class.

Syllabus of Red Hat Course

  • Computer Fundamental & Networking concepts
  • Red Hat Certified System Administration (RHCSA)
  • Red Hat Linux Server / Server Hardening
  • MariaDb Database
  • Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)-Automation With Ansible
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Docker / PodMan Container
  • Nagios ( IT Infrastructure Monitoring Tools)
  • GCP – Google Cloud Platform
  • Microsoft Certified Azure Cloud Computing 
  • Red hat open stack Cloud Computing
  • AWS Certified Solution Architect- Associate
  • AWS Certified Solution Architect – Professional
  •  Netdata cloud ( Real-Time Cloud Monitoring Tools )
  • GIT and GIT Hub 
  • CI / CD Pipe Lines With Jenkins 
  • Istio- The services Mesh 
  • Elastick stack- Elastick search, Kibana, Beats & Logstash 
  • Prometheus – Monitoring System and Time series database 
  • Certified Kubernetes Administrator
  • Open shift Administration 
  • HashiCorp Terraform Associate

Batch Schedule

Sr.No Date Duration Batch
1 05-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday
2 10-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekend
3 12-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday
4 17-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday
5 19-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday
6 24-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekend
7 26-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday
8 31-07-2021 3 - 4 Months Weekday

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Career Opportunities

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Mumbai, India

DevOps Engineer & Admin

Mumbai, India

DevOps Engineer

Pune, India

Linux Admin

Bangalore, India

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