Become a GitLab CI/CD Pro -Build real DevOps Pipelines
GitLab CI/CD is one of the most popular CI/CD platforms! More and more companies are adopting it. So, the need for Developers or DevOps engineers, who know how to build complete CI/CD pipelines on GitLab is increasing.
While many GitLab courses teach you only the basics, we will dive into more advanced demos, like implementing dynamic versioning, using cache to speed up the pipeline execution or deploying to a K8s cluster. So, you’ll have built several CI/CD pipelines with real life examples & best practices!
As usual you can expect complex topics explained in a simple way, animations to help you understand the concepts better and lots of hands-on demos!
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to…
Confidently use GitLab CI/CD at your work
Set up self-managed GitLab Runners
Build and deploy containers with Docker Compose
Build a Multi-Stage Pipeline
Configure a CI/CD pipeline for a Monorepo Microservice
Configure a CI/CD pipeline for a Polyrepo Microservice
Deploy to a managed Kubernetes cluster
Setup a CI/CD pipeline with best practices
What you’ll learn – GitLab Concepts
Pipelines, Jobs, Stages
GitLab Runners & Executors
Regular & Secret Variables
GitLab’s built-in Docker registry
Everything about Caching
Configure Job Artifacts (test report, passing files and env vars)
GitLab’s Job Templates
Reuse pipeline configuration by writing own job ci-templates library
needs, dependencies, extends, only etc.
What you’ll learn – Real Life Demos & CI/CD Concepts
Pipeline: Test, Build, Push & Deploy Docker Containers
Deploy with Docker Compose
Configure dynamic versioning
Configure caching to speed up job execution
Configure security tests (SAST)
Configure CI/CD pipelines for Monorepo & Polyrepo Microservices Application
Promote to staging and production
Configure local & remote GitLab Runners
Deploy to a K8s cluster from CI/CD pipeline
Learn Best Practices & industry insights!
Basics of Containers – Docker (My Docker Course on Youtube is sufficient)
Linux Basics (Working with the terminal)
Basics of Git – like cloning a repository, commit, push, pull
Only for the last chapter/demo project, where we deploy to K8s: Basics of Kubernetes (My K8s course on Youtube is sufficient)
Who this course is for:
Especially for people, who have basic IT knowledge and
want to learn how to set up real life pipelines
want to learn how to build a CI/CD pipeline with GitLab platform
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