CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform Course Overview

CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform Course Overview

The "CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform" course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of continuous integration and continuous delivery/deployment (CI/CD) practices using Ansible and Terraform, two powerful tools in the DevOps toolkit. Starting with an introduction to Git for version control, the course progresses through the essentials of Ansible for Configuration Management and application deployment. It covers Ansible's architecture, modules, playbooks, variables, and its integration with AWX Tower for managing complex workflows.

The course then dives into Terraform, instructing on how to build, change, and version infrastructure efficiently. It explores the nuances of setting up and managing cloud infrastructure, working with configurations, and using Terraform's provisioners. The latter part of the course introduces Jenkins, a key CI/CD automation server, and integrates it with Ansible and Terraform to achieve end-to-end automation.

By mastering CI/CD with Ansible and CI/CD with Terraform, learners can streamline software development processes, ensure consistent environments, and greatly reduce manual efforts, leading to more reliable and rapid releases. This course is ideal for those looking to become adept at using these tools to enhance their DevOps capabilities.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure the best learning experience and success in the CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform course, participants should have the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of software development and deployment processes.
  • Familiarity with command-line interfaces (CLI) and basic Linux commands.
  • Knowledge of basic programming or scripting concepts.
  • Awareness of systems administration tasks and server management.
  • Some exposure to cloud computing platforms, such as Azure, AWS, or Google Cloud, is beneficial but not mandatory.
  • Enthusiasm to learn new technologies and adapt to DevOps culture.

Please note that while prior experience in these areas will be helpful, the course is designed to guide you through the basics before delving into more advanced concepts. Our instructors are committed to helping all students, regardless of their starting skill level, to grasp the course material effectively.

Target Audience for CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform

  1. This course offers comprehensive training on CI/CD pipelines using Ansible and Terraform, aimed at IT professionals seeking automation and infrastructure as code expertise.

  2. Target job roles and audience for the CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform course:

  • DevOps Engineers
  • Infrastructure Automation Engineers
  • Software Developers interested in DevOps practices
  • System Administrators transitioning to DevOps roles
  • Cloud Engineers and Architects
  • IT Professionals working on infrastructure management and deployment
  • Build and Release Engineers
  • Technical Project Managers overseeing DevOps teams
  • Operations Support staff involved in CI/CD processes
  • Security Professionals integrating infrastructure as code into security practices
  • Quality Assurance Engineers involved in deployment and automation
  • IT Students and Graduates aspiring to enter DevOps or Cloud Computing careers

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform?

Introduction to the CI/CD with Ansible and Terraform Course Learning Outcomes:

This course equips students with the skills to implement CI/CD pipelines using Ansible for Configuration Management and Terraform for infrastructure as code, ensuring efficient, automated, and reproducible deployments.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of version control systems with a focus on Git, including basic commands, branching, and working with remote repositories.
  • Grasp the evolution of infrastructure management and the role of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with an introduction to Ansible and Terraform.
  • Install, configure, and utilize Ansible for Configuration Management, including understanding its architecture and working within a DevOps context.
  • Develop proficiency in writing Ansible playbooks to automate the configuration of systems and manage infrastructure.
  • Master Terraform installation and operations, such as init, plan, apply, and destroy, particularly within the Azure cloud environment.
  • Apply Terraform to build, change, and version cloud infrastructure efficiently, and manage Terraform state files and provider versioning.
  • Leverage Terraform modules and workspaces to organize infrastructure code and promote reusability and scalability.
  • Implement continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) practices with Jenkins, including job configuration, security, and email integration.
  • Integrate Jenkins with Ansible to automate the deployment process, ensuring that new code changes are tested and deployed efficiently.
  • Execute a complete CI/CD pipeline using Jenkins and Terraform, covering code storage on GitHub, VM deployment, and Configuration Management with Ansible.

These outcomes ensure that students will be able to effectively manage infrastructure and automate deployment processes in a modern cloud-based environment.