Computer Networks, Cloud Computing and DevOps

(104)
40 Hours

Course Outline

Module 1

Introduction to Computer Networking
1. TCP/IP and OSI networking models.
2. Basics of networking devices such as cables, hubs and switches, routers, servers and clients
3. IP addressing scheme and IP Subnetting
4. Encapsulation and fundamentals of protocols
5. Basics of routing, routing protocols, and how the Internet works
6. Understanding the Transport layer and Application Layers
7. Hands-On emulating and configuring a sample network and analyzing various protocol traffic.
Module 2

Introduction to Cloud Computing
1. Definition and essential characteristics of cloud computing
2. Different types of service and deployment models of cloud computing
3. Various components of a cloud computing architecture
4. Role of DevOps in addressing some of the complexities of cloud computing
5. Emerging trends in Cloud Computing
Module 3

Fundamentals of DevOps
1. Introduction to DevOps
2. Version Control Systems
3. Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Build Tool
4. Software and Automation Testing Frameworks
5. Configuration Management Tools
6. Containerization with Docker
7. Continuous Monitoring
8. Need of Cloud in DevOps

Prerequisite

1. Laptop with Internet Connectivity.
2. IDE of your choice : Recommended VS Code.
3. GitHub Account and Git.
4. Python3.
5. Dependencies : GNS3, Linux OS(Preferably Ubuntu), Wireshark, OpenStack, AWS, Ansible, Docker, Jenkins






Gopan Govindan, Arjuna Sathiaseelan

Gopan's technical interests are - Computer Networking, Data Analysis, Digital Marketing and its derivatives, specialising in : Routing, Switching, Wireless, SDN, Google Analytics, Telecom, Revenue Assurance & Fraud Management

Dr. Arjuna directed the Networking for Development (N4D Lab) at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge and his research interests include architecting the Future Internet, enabling quad-play (voice, video, data, mobility) convergence and mobile systems especially inter-RAT mobility