All Self Learning > Git and GitHub for DevOps Engineers Self Learning Course
Learn DevOps Engineer roles on Git and GitHub, from setting up a repository through deploying code to a production environment.
DevOps offers faster product development and easier maintenance of existing deployments. The future of DevOps is bright, with six-figure incomes, rapid job growth, and plenty of opportunities for advancement. Working as a DevOps engineer, an engineer who facilitates the DevOps culture is, without a question, complex, cutting-edge, and financially lucrative. DevOps will see growth in 2022 and beyond. Therefore, it has become a popular career choice among IT professionals interested in the intersection of development and operations. So, where do I begin? If this question has bothered you, you have come to the correct place.
This course was designed from the standpoint of a DevOps Engineer who does not spend much time creating application code. A real-world project is given to demonstrate the steps involved in creating a repository and releasing code into a production environment. This provides a thorough overview of Git and GitHub capabilities.
We hope you find this course useful!
53 lectures • 6.5 hours total length
I am a DevOps Consultant specialized in cloud and DevOps. I have been doing training for the past 5 years for hundreds of students. I worked with various technologies and continue to upgrade skills according to the current IT trend. I am passionate about learning new technology and teaching. I do a lot of research before preparing the course and try to demonstrate from basics.
Git and GitHub are critical tools in our software development workflow.
Git is typically preferred by developers since it requires commands to be entered before work can be completed. For a newbie, we recommend going to GitHub to learn how it works, how it looks, and what different capabilities it has, such as pull compare, commit with description, fork, and so on.
In today’s web development environment, GitHub has become one of the few must-have platforms.
Github is relatively simple to use for novices.
Git is a critical component of DevOps. It is a distributed version control system that supports non-linear workflows in a distributed environment by providing data assurance to developers in order to create high-quality software.
Git is a version control system that is used to manage and trace the history of source code. In contrast, GitHub is a cloud-based hosting company that manages Git repositories and allows you to access your git repository from anywhere.