1.0.0 Basic Computing
This 1-day class is for people new to either the Linux or Windows server environments.
Before you can succeed in DevOps, you need to be comfortable with basic computing skills. This class enables you to participate in the next-level Chef classes by teaching you basic command-line usage, connecting to remote workstations and servers, and using editors such as vi/vim, nano and Visual Studio Code.
This instructor-led hands-on technical class will give new DevOps Engineers, System Operations, and Code Developers the ability to:
- Log in to remote Windows and Linux servers using RDP and SSH
- Understand absolute versus relative directory pathing
- Use the Linux terminal and Windows Powershell command line environments
- Use Linux and GUI based editors
This one-day course is free if you are signed up for any Chef course, and is $495 otherwise. It is offered as a virtual online class. It is also available for private training classes either virtually or on-site.
- Logging in to remote servers
- Accessing remote Linux and Windows servers, from both Mac and Windows workstations
- Using PuTTY with SSH Keys on Windows
- Accessing Linux servers using SSH
- Accessing Windows servers using RDP
- Using Editors
- vi / vim - the basic Linux editor
- Installing vi for Windows Powershell
- nano - an alternative Linux editor
- Visual Studio Code for Windows
- Quoting: single versus double quotes
- vi / vim - the basic Linux editor
- Customizing the Environment
- Linux: Bash profiles
- Windows: Powershell profiles
- Command Aliases
- Command-line usage
- Listing directories
- Changing directories
- Displaying file contents
- Absolute versus relative pathing
- Moving, copying and deleting files
- Installing packages
- Starting services
- Managing processes
For virtual classes, you should have a computer (on which you have root or Administrator access), a microphone, a headset and an external monitor.
For in-person classes, only a Wi-Fi enabled laptop (on which you have root or Administrator access) is needed.
The following operating systems have been tested as workstation systems with the hands on exercises:
Ubuntu 10.04, 12.04
Mac OS X 10.7.3+
Other platforms and platform versions may work without modification. Due to time constraints we will not be able to troubleshoot issues with unlisted platforms.
This course is delivered virtually online and you can attend from any location on the planet with a solid internet connection.
For our Private classes (where an instructor teaches your group exlusively, with no one else in the class) contact us at email@example.com
If you have signed up for another Chef class and want to take this class for free, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your coupon code to register for free
Excellent information presented by an experienced practitioner and an excellent presenter.
I will recommend this class to my organization as one of the more complete solutions to on boarding new Chef users.
I was sad to have the training end! The personalized attention from the instructor was priceless. Chef made sense and I LOVED it! Every question and problem were solved and explained. Truly craft masters of Chef, take this and be ready to be amazed. I'm applying what I learned the next week after the course. Thank you CHEF!
This was the best course I've ever taken. The instructor was just GREAT!
This was the best training class I've taken. It was online using Zoom, it was super easy to share code and collaborate. The instructor kept everything going at a perfect pace and his knowledge and expertise on the topic was evident. 22 years of training in my career and this was hands down the best class I've taken. Better than classroom training. Looking forward to more!
Even though I've been using Chef for three years, I found this class immensely useful; not only did it allow me to examine and compare my current practices to those presented in the training, but I learned several new techniques for using Chef tools.
I don't usually like online training, but this training was great and Eric is really good, well-organized, and in control. The way he engaged each participants is amazing, and how he troubleshoot issues.