DevOps Master

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What is the DevOps Master Course and How Is It Useful? 

DevOps in its raw form is a set of standards and practices that combines the power of software development and IT operations. Jenkins is a powerful and flexible automation tool used to automate the various operations in DevOps. To create automated processes like Pipelines, and CI/CD Workflows, students are taught how to use Jenkins accurately. 

Docker is an agile technology that is built on an open-source platform. This course helps you learn Jenkins and also cross technology with Docker among many other such technologies that enable complete automation in DevOps. 

Using concepts in DevOps, docket and other crossing technologies are used in conjunction to make automation a simpler and time-saving task. Relevant core concepts and other technologies are taught to complete other functionalities such as Kubernetes through the modules. 

Why Choose The DevOps Course by Cambridge InfoTech?

Cambridge InfoTech has helped thousands of students progress from a beginner to an advanced level through the courses we offer. Our comprehensive courses give you the information you need for further studies, get jobs, climb up your chosen career path and all with ease. 

The study material created by Cambridge InfoTech includes lectures, demos, presentations, explanation of core concepts and fundamentals using live examples, practice exercises to learn how to develop your independent images using Dockerfiles and cases as well as working in a live environment for the ultimate learning experience. 

At the end of the course, throughout the progression of modules, you will be given assignments and mock preparation tests for certifications. You will also receive help from the DevOps community through resources and feedback from the trainer to help you improve. You will also be given resume-building support, mock interview questions and answers as well as placement choices. The students who have been successfully certified have a 97% placement success rate. Our certifications are internationally recognized and accepted by both institutes and recruiters worldwide. 

Who Should Choose the DevOps Master Course?

  • DevOps developers who want to learn smart agility tools to automate features
  • IT beginners and professionals who want to learn Jenkins from scratch
  • SysAdmins looking for faster processing systems
  • Students who want to learn DevOps and automation through Jenkins

What you'll learn?

  • This course was designed and executed by Cambridge InfoTech. Bangalore will give you the needed skills to
  • Learn Jenkins from A to Z
  • Use integrations to give you easy access to features and resources
  • Get access to powerful tools such as Ansible, AWS, GIT, and many more
  • Introduction to Docker
  • Docker Commands with Hands-On Exercises
  • Practice building Docker images using Dockerfiles with practical exercises
  • Understand other concepts about Docker such as Compost
  • Build Application stack using Docker Compose Files with practical exercises
  • Become a DevOps Master in 60 hours
  • Get certified as a DevOps Master course student

Course Modules

DevOps Certification Training

  • Course Introduction
  • Introduction to DevOps
  • Version Control Systems
  • Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Build Tools
  • Software and Automation Testing Frameworks
  • Configuration Management Tools
  • Containerization with Docker
  • Continuous Monitoring
  • Need of Cloud in DevOps
  • Practice Projects

Docker Certified Associate

Container Orchestration using Kubernetes

Student Ratings & Reviews

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4 weeks ago
As a student who is interested in DevOps, I would self-study online through blogs and cheaper eLearning courses offered online. I did not realize then that most of the blogs and other eLearning courses teach only the basics and it took me over 120 hours of self-study to realize this! I wish I had found Cambridge InfoTech sooner; I could have become a certified DevOps Master in half the time. After the certification course by Cambridge Infotech Institute, they also helped me get placed less than a month after the exam. I am truly happy with the entire experience.
4 weeks ago
Before I joined the DevOps course, I wondered why the course by Cambridge InfoTech takes 60 hours to complete, after joining it I understood the reason. Each concept is taught from the start and over 20 modules are explained gradually and systematically. Each module is segmented further to make learning simple and no-stress for students. I got certified in the first attempt thanks to the amazing curriculum by Cambridge InfoTech and the efforts put in by the entire team.
4 weeks ago
I tried taking another online eLearning institute’s course and while that was fine for a beginner, the trainer spoke too quickly and didn’t explain concepts like Image Compost thoroughly. The trainer at Cambridge InfoTech ensured that explained each concept slowly and even more than twice if needed with live Question & Answer rounds which made learning easy. I thank the trainer and Cambridge InfoTech for this great learning experience.
4 weeks ago
A while ago a friend got certified by another certification by Cambridge Infotech, the AWS Cloud computing course, and she highly recommended the institute. I am glad I listened to her and joined, I got placed in an IT firm in Bangalore last week after completing the DevOps certification.
4 weeks ago
A year ago the course was recommended to me by my employer as I am a fresher in DevOps and he believed that this course would help me further enhance my skills. At the start of the course, I was confident I knew most of the topics but much to my surprise, the course gave me so much new information on topics I never knew existed! Thanks to Cambridge Infotech, I am now DevOps Master Certified and I will soon be applying for a higher position in my company.
DevOps Master


  • Students are required to have access to
  • A Linux physical or virtual computer
  • Basic GNU/LINUX knowledge - preferred but not mandatory
  • Basic Docker understanding - preferred but not mandatory