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Become a Skilled DevOps Engineer

Welcome to the DevOps Engineer Bootcamp, developed in partnership with PMI and KnowledgeHut upGrad. This pioneering program is a result of the collaborative efforts between the esteemed Project Management Institute (PMI) and KnowledgeHut upGrad, designed to empower aspiring DevOps Engineers and Software Engineers with the crucial skills required to excel in the industry.

If you're looking to equip yourself with the skills to get hired as an in-demand DevOps Engineer, then our DevOps Engineer Bootcamp is your step-by-step roadmap to go from beginner to pro-DevOps Engineer in just 24 weeks! This bootcamp uniquely integrates globally recognized project management principles aligned with PMI, enhancing your proficiency in both DevOps practices and Agile methodologies. By the end of the bootcamp, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to master DevOps through live training by industry experts, real-world projects, guided hands-on exercises, case studies, mini projects, and more, getting you job ready.

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Bootcamp Highlights

  • 86 Hours of Live Instructor-led Sessions

  • 54+ Hours of On-Demand Learning Content

  • 4 Industry-Grade Capstone Projects

  • 80 Guided Hands-On Exercises

  • 7 Practice Assignments/Mini Projects

  • 52 Assessments and 7 Case Studies

  • Mock Interview by Industry Experts

  • Comprehensive Job Support

Tools and Technologies You Will Master

  • Linux Essentials
  • Git
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • AWS Tools- New
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  • Microsoft Azure
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  • GCP Google Cloud Platform
  • Lambda
  • Bash Shell
  • Grafana
  • Ansible
  • Selenium
  • Terraform
  • Prometheus

Why DevOps is Among the Most In-Demand Skills

benefits of Project-Based DevOps Bootcamp

In the software development ecosystem, DevOps is an essential component that helps in the unification and automation of processes, making it a crucial field that is growing in terms of necessity. The DevOps market is expected to grow to $17 billion by 2026 with over 20% gains from 2022 through 2028. By 2022, 83% of organizations had adopted or planned to adopt a DevOps approach, and 63% of organizations already had a dedicated DevOps team according to a report by the DevOps Institute

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The KnowledgeHut Edge

Cutting-Edge Topics for Industry Relevance

Acquire knowledge and skills that align with industry trends and prepare for exciting career opportunities.

Extensive Hands-on Experience

Gain hands-on experience by applying skills and solving complex problems to real-world scenarios.

Focus on Cloud Computing and AWS

Engage with crucial cloud technologies, and prepare yourself for roles that leverage cloud platforms.

Mastery of Key DevOps Tools

Effectively implement DevOps practices in real-world scenarios using Git, Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, and more.

Emphasis on Security and Compliance

Gain the necessary knowledge and skills to uphold safe and compliant DevOps practices.

Unique Boto3 Integration

Automate AWS resource management and develop powerful programmatic solutions utilizing Boto3.

Diverse Assessment and Project Portfolio

Prepare for real-world DevOps scenarios with assessments like hands-on exercises, projects, case studies, and more.

Realistic Job Interview Preparation

Excel in job interviews and enhance your chances of securing DevOps roles with comprehensive job support.

Course Authors

Our industry-validated curriculum is designed with inputs from our Software Engineering Advisory Board comprised of industry veterans and renowned experts and authors. The program is delivered by top instructors with several years of experience under their belt.

Eshant Garg

Cloud Architect, Microsoft Certfied Trainer

Anand Rao Nednur

Cloud Architect

Prashant Pandey

Solution Architect, Data Engineer

Dikkama Reddy Bollavaram

Technical Architect, Azure Architect

Ankush Choudhary

Cloud Engineer

Ahmed Fouad

Network Infrastructure Architect

Ahad Sanji

Azure Data Engineer

Kennedy Lekettey

Senior Cloud Solutions Architect

Amod Kadam

Cloud Architect

Sonal Mittal

Cloud DevOps Trainer

Devang Lakhani

AWS & Google Cloud Architect

Michael Bright

Linux/CKA Trainer

Naushad Pasha

Technical Training Specialist

Mukul Malhotra

DevSecOps Architect

Ravi Kulkarni

DevOps and Cloud Trainer


Hariniya B

DevOps Professional Trainer


Raham Shaik

DevOps Engineer

prerequisites for Project-Based DevOps Bootcamp


  • You must be an IT graduate with over a year's work experience
  • Understanding of Linux OS and Networking concepts is beneficial, but not mandatory
  • Anyone can become a DevOps Engineer with KnowledgeHut—all you need is the right aptitude, logical thinking, and drive for curiosity! 

DevOps Career Launch

Learn how to set yourself apart in the competitive DevOps marketplace and win opportunities to bag DevOps Engineer roles. Put together an impressive profile and a stellar portfolio of projects, prepare for interviews, and get ready to land a job in the high-demand DevOps domain.

Career Planning and Coaching
  • Goal Setting
  • Career Planning
  • Industry Expert Guidance
Interview Preparation
  • Mock Interviews
  • Interview Analysis and Feedback
  • Mentorship by Industry Experts
Dedicated Job Support
  • Target In-Demand DevOps Roles
  • Resume Preparation
  • Portfolio Reviews

Impress Recruiters With a Stellar Project Portfolio

By the time you graduate from our Immersive DevOps Engineer Bootcamp, you’ll have a solid job-worthy portfolio of apps deployed on the Cloud to impress top tech recruiters with and land the job you want. Here’s a peek at some of the projects you’ll be able to build:

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    Deployment of a Python App on Kubernetes Cluster

    Deploy pre-built Python-based app over Docker containers and apply the same on Kubernetes private cluster.

  • Configuration, Provision, and Monitoring a Node.js App

    Configure, provision, and monitor Node.js App using Ansible, Terraform, and Prometheus/Grafana respectively.

  • Deployment of Full-Stack Web App over AWS Cloud

    Deploy a full web app on AWS: front-end on AWS CloudFront, middleware on AWS EBS, and back-end on AWS EKS.

  • DataBuilder
    Deployment of Full-Stack Android App over Cloud

    Build, ship, and host a full-stack application on Cloud with the flexibility to leverage the breadth of cloud services.

Who Should Attend this DevOps Bootcamp?

Business Analysts

Software Engineers

Product Managers

Software Developers

System Administrators

Network Engineers

Cloud Engineers

Testing Engineers

Quality Analysts

DevOps enthusiasts

Graduates interested in DevOps

Non-Tech Professionals Seeking Transition into DevOps

What You Will Learn

Introduction and Core Concepts

Learn foundational concepts of DevOps, continuous improvement, and role of automation in software development. 

Proficiency in Linux

Master the Linux command line, manage files and directories, create/edit files and other essential features.

Bash Scripting

Understand Bash scripting, exploring file and folder relationships, string management and other techniques.

Version Control with Git

Learn fundamentals of version control using Git. Explore Git commands, Git operations, and workflow strategy.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Development

Explore continuous integration continuous development (CI/CD) pipelines. Learn plugin integration and more.

Containerization and Docker

Gain insight into containerization and Docker technology. Understand and work with images and containers.

Infrastructure Provisioning with Terraform

Explore infrastructure provisioning with Terraform. Learn to work with state and manage Terraform with Git. 

Configuration Management with Ansible

Learn configuration management using Ansible. Install, configure, work with Ansible, its modules and roles.

Container Orchestration with Kubernete

Understand container orchestration using Kubernetes. Master Kubernetes architecture and working with pods.

Monitoring and Reporting

Learn monitoring and reporting in DevOps. Explore Prometheus for monitoring, PromQL, exporters, and Grafana.

DevSecOps and Quality Testing

Understand the significance of DevSecOps and quality testing in DevOps practices.

Cloud Infrastructure and Managed Services

Explore cloud infrastructure and services. Learn IAM, user roles, and managed services on AWS, Azure, GCP.

Capstone Projects and Mock Interviews

Apply knowledge via capstone projects and mock interviews, simulating real job interviews.

Disciplined DevOps

Streamline IT solution development, operations, and enterprise-IT activities under PMI principles.

Learning Objectives: In this milestone, learners will get introduced to the DevOps and how it pays a vital role in software development lifecycle and its goal of automating the processes between software development and operations, so that professionals can build, test, and release software faster and more reliably.

  1. Introduction to DevOps Process
  2. Basics of Networking and Cloud Services
  3. Becoming Proficient in Linux Functions
  4. Becoming Proficient in Bash Scripting
  5. Mastering Version Control Using Git

Learning Objectives: In this milestone, learners will grasp serverless computing along with CI and CD techniques. They will also go through Containerization, Containers and Dockers with Infrastructure provisioning and terraform. Configuration and Orchestration management, Logging, Reporting and analysis, DevsecOps with Quality analysis.

  1. Building with Maven and Serverless Computing
  2. Continuous Integration and Continuous Development
  3. Containerization, Containers and Dockers
  4. Infrastructure Provisioning with Terraform

Learning Objectives: In this milestone, learners will get a walkthrough of one of the cloud providers and understand the managed services of the provider.

  1. Introduction to IAM, User roles and policies
  2. Managed Services on AWS/ Azure/ GCP

Hands-On Learning Objectives: In this milestone, learners will learn to execute capstone projects proficiently, applying acquired skills and technologies. They will learn to solve complex problems, employing critical thinking and effective communication. Learners will also gear up to prepare for interviews by practicing with a mock interview conducted by experts, reflect on learning, identify strengths, and strategize for professional growth.

  • Capstone Project 1
  • Capstone Project 2
  • Capstone Project 3
  • Mock Interview 1
  • Capstone Project 4

Learning Objectives: Understand PMI-aligned DevOps framework, Agile practices, and explore PMI's Disciplined DevOps approach.

  • Introduction to PMI's Disciplined DevOps Approach
  • Overview of PMI-ACP® certification
  • Agile methodologies and practices in DevOps
  • Exam preparation and practice tests
  • Real-World Case Studies and Scenarios
  • Analyzing real-world examples of DevOps projects managed under PMI principles
  • Hands-on exercises and simulations

Learning Objectives: Undertake a final assessment covering the bootcamp as a whole and prepare for external PMI certifications.

  • Final assessment covering all aspects of the bootcamp
  • Certification issuance, including preparation for external PMI certifications

Frequently Asked Questions

DevOps Engineering Bootcamp

Our intensive DevOps Engineer Bootcamp program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the dynamic field of DevOps. Throughout this bootcamp, you will dive deep into a wide range of topics, from understanding the principles and benefits of DevOps to mastering essential tools and technologies used in the industry.

By the end of this program, you will have gained hands-on experience and developed the expertise required to effectively implement DevOps practices, automate processes, manage infrastructure, and optimize software delivery pipelines. Get ready to embark on an exciting learning journey that will prepare you for a successful career in DevOps.

The bootcamp will equip you with the following skills:

  1. Understand the principles and benefits of DevOps and its impact on software development and operations.
  2. Gain proficiency in Linux operating system functions, including navigating the command line, managing files, and understanding permissions.
  3. Develop skills in Bash scripting to automate tasks and streamline processes.
  4. Master networking concepts such as IP addressing, subnetting, DNS, routing, and firewall configurations.
  5. Learn Python3 programming language and leverage Boto3 to interact with AWS services programmatically.
  6. Acquire essential knowledge of cloud computing, including service models, and become familiar with AWS services.
  7. Gain expertise in version control using Git, including branching, merging, and collaborating with others on code repositories.
  8. Understand and implement continuous integration and continuous development (CI/CD) processes using popular tools.
  9. Learn containerization concepts and work with Docker to build, deploy, and manage containerized applications.
  10. Gain hands-on experience with container orchestration using platforms like AWS ECS and Kubernetes, including scaling and load balancing.

Along the way, you will be compiling an industry-grade portfolio of projects that will help you demonstrate relevant skills to companies that hire DevOps Engineers. 

The DevOps Bootcamp is designed to instill job-ready skills in learners that empower them to become industry-ready and get a job as a DevOps Engineer across top organizations.

The critical goals of this bootcamp for DevOps are: 
Providing a comprehensive range of skills that help you increase the speed and reliability of software delivery across organizations with a critical DevOps process in place. 

Equipping you with the complete working knowledge of key cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, and GCP, which is crucial for cracking job interviews and clearing DevOps certifications

How we ensure that you achieve these critical goals: 

  • Module Ending Projects: Each module concludes with a project that serves as a culmination of the topics covered. These projects provide learners with the opportunity to apply their knowledge, integrate different concepts, and showcase their skills in a practical context.
  • Capstone Projects: The bootcamp features four capstone projects that require learners to tackle complex problems and demonstrate their ability to design, implement, and manage DevOps solutions. These projects simulate real-world scenarios and serve as a comprehensive assessment of learners' skills.
  • Mock Interviews: The bootcamp includes a mock interview session, where learners have the opportunity to practice and refine their interview skills. These sessions simulate real interview scenarios and provide valuable feedback and guidance to enhance learners' interview performance.
  • Extensive Hands-On Experience: With 78 hours of instructor-led training, 205 hours of self-paced content, and a substantial number of assessment questions, hands-on exercises, mini-projects, capstone projects, assignments, and mock interviews, learners will gain extensive practical experience to reinforce their learning and skills.
  • Comprehensive Job Support: You will learn how to set yourself apart in the competitive DevOps marketplace and win opportunities to bag in-demand DevOps roles. Put together an impressive profile and a stellar portfolio of projects, prepare for interviews, and get ready to land a job in the high-demand DevOps domain.

Impactful and demonstrable DevOps skills are best developed with a practical, hands-on approach by working with key cloud platforms and learning to work with their tools and services through capstone projects. By the end of the DevOps Engineer training program, you will have job-ready skills and be interview ready for DevOps profiles. 

Graduates with an IT background with 1+ year of experience looking to transition into DevOps are eligible for the program. 

To enroll for the DevOps Engineering Bootcamp, you must:

  1. Be an IT graduate with over a year's work experience
  2. Ideally know about Linux OS and Networking concepts, but it is not mandatory

Anyone can become a DevOps Engineer with KnowledgeHut - all you need is the right aptitude, logical thinking, and curiosity!

A DevOps Engineer is responsible for bridging the gap between software development and operations teams, ensuring smooth collaboration and efficient delivery of software products. Their primary focus is on automating processes, building and maintaining infrastructure, and streamlining workflows to enable continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment (CI/CD).

Specifically, a DevOps Engineer performs the following tasks:

  1. Infrastructure Provisioning: Design, implement, and manage infrastructure as code using tools like Terraform or CloudFormation to automate the provisioning of resources.
  2. Configuration Management: Utilize tools such as Ansible, Chef, or Puppet to automate the configuration and management of systems and applications.
  3. Continuous Integration and Delivery: Implement CI/CD pipelines using tools like Jenkins, GitLab, or CircleCI to automate the build, test, and deployment processes.
  4. Automation and Scripting: Develop scripts and automation workflows using scripting languages like Bash or Python to streamline manual tasks and improve efficiency.
  5. Monitoring and Logging: Set up monitoring systems and implement logging solutions to track system performance, identify issues, and ensure optimal uptime.
  6. Collaboration and Communication: Foster collaboration between development and operations teams, promoting a culture of shared responsibility, transparency, and effective communication.
  7. Security and Compliance: Implement security measures, conduct vulnerability assessments, and ensure compliance with industry standards to protect systems and data.
  8. Incident Response and Troubleshooting: Identify and resolve issues through effective troubleshooting, incident response, and root cause analysis to minimize downtime and improve system reliability.
  9. Cloud Computing: Leverage cloud services such as AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud Platform to design and manage scalable and resilient infrastructure.
  10. Continuous Improvement: Continuously evaluate and optimize processes, tools, and systems to enhance performance, efficiency, and reliability.

Overall, a DevOps Engineer plays a crucial role in driving collaboration, automation, and efficiency throughout the software development lifecycle, with a focus on delivering high-quality software products in a timely and reliable manner.

The bootcamp will equip learners with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue a range of roles in the dynamic field of DevOps. Upon completion, learners will be prepared for positions such as:

  1. DevOps Engineer: Responsible for bridging the gap between development and operations, implementing DevOps principles and practices.
  2. Site Reliability Engineer (SRE): Focused on ensuring the reliability, performance, and scalability of systems through automation, monitoring, and incident response.
  3. Cloud DevOps Engineer: Specializes in deploying and managing cloud infrastructure, leveraging DevOps methodologies and cloud services.
  4. Build and Release Engineer: In charge of managing the build and release processes, automating software builds and deployments.
  5. Automation Engineer: Tasks include automating manual processes, creating and maintaining automation frameworks and tools.
  6. Infrastructure Engineer: Manages and maintains the underlying infrastructure, including servers, networks, and storage systems.
  7. CI/CD Engineer: Responsible for implementing continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines to automate software delivery processes.
  8. Systems Engineer: Handles the design, implementation, and maintenance of computer systems and networks.
  9. Containerization Engineer: Proficient in container technologies like Docker, responsible for containerization and orchestration of applications.
  10. Kubernetes Administrator: Manages and maintains Kubernetes clusters, ensuring the smooth operation of containerized applications.
  11. Configuration Management Engineer: Specializes in implementing configuration management tools and practices to manage infrastructure and application configurations.
  12. DevSecOps Engineer: Integrates security practices into DevOps workflows, focusing on securing the entire development and operations lifecycle.
  13. AWS DevOps Engineer: Expertise in utilizing Amazon Web Services (AWS) to build and manage DevOps environments.
  14. Azure DevOps Engineer: Proficient in leveraging Microsoft Azure services for implementing and managing DevOps workflows.
  15. GitOps Engineer: Implements GitOps principles, utilizing version control systems like Git for managing infrastructure and deployments.
  16. Monitoring and Incident Response Engineer: Responsible for implementing monitoring systems, detecting and responding to incidents to ensure system reliability.
  17. Security Engineer (with DevOps focus): Specializes in securing DevOps environments, implementing security measures and conducting vulnerability assessments.
  18. Release Manager: Coordinates and manages the release process, ensuring smooth and efficient software releases.

Several top companies actively hire DevOps Engineers. While this list (from Glassdoor) is not exhaustive, here are some notable companies known for their strong DevOps Engineering teams:

The scope of opportunities for DevOps Engineers is incredibly promising, with a plethora of advancements on the horizon. As organizations increasingly embrace DevOps principles to streamline their software delivery processes, the demand for skilled DevOps Engineers is expected to soar. Here are some of the underlying factors which boost the demand for skilled DevOps professionals:

  1. DevOps is crucial for enterprises across various industries to undergo digital transformation and achieve better software delivery outcomes.
  2. The DevOps market is projected to reach $20 billion in revenue by 2026, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 24.7% from 2023 to 2026.
  3. Utilizing DevOps practices ensures a higher quality of delivery, improved customer satisfaction, and enhanced reliability in software development.
  4. DevOps Engineers will continue to be in high demand as technology advances, with opportunities to drive innovation, efficiency, and collaboration across industries.
  5. The cultural shift towards a DevOps mindset highlights the importance of DevOps Engineers in driving organizational change and promoting continuous improvement.

Overall, the future for DevOps Engineers looks bright, offering a dynamic and thriving career path with diverse prospects for professional growth and success.

No, knowledge of programming languages is not necessarily required to be a successful DevOps Engineer. While programming skills can be beneficial and enable greater flexibility and customization, they are not an absolute requirement for all DevOps Engineering roles.

An individual from any background can learn DevOps concepts, master the tools and services required, and become a DevOps Engineer. The ability to understand and work with code is beneficial, but it is not a prerequisite for success as a DevOps Engineer.

Ultimately, a successful DevOps Engineer is someone who can bridge the gap between development and operations, foster collaboration, automate processes, and drive efficient software delivery, regardless of their level of programming proficiency.

Our comprehensive DevOps Engineer bootcamp equips you with the necessary skills and experience to land a job as a DevOps professional through various means:

  1. Abundance of Guided Hands-on Exercises: The extensive collection of over 80 guided hands-on exercises provides learners with ample opportunities to practice and apply their skills in a supervised environment, ensuring they gain practical experience.
  2. In-Class Hands-on Exercises: Interactive in-class exercises offer immediate practice and reinforcement of concepts, allowing learners to solidify their understanding during the bootcamp sessions.
  3. Practical Approach: The bootcamp prioritizes hands-on learning, enabling learners to develop practical skills that can be directly applied in real-world DevOps scenarios.
  4. Ongoing Assessments: Regular assessments throughout the bootcamp ensure learners' comprehension and progress, providing timely feedback and targeted support to address any areas of improvement.
  5. Meaningful Assignments: Assignments are designed to challenge learners and reinforce key concepts, promoting critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential in DevOps roles.
  6. Application of Knowledge: Each module culminates in a project that requires learners to apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems, demonstrating their ability to implement DevOps principles effectively.
  7. Demonstration of Proficiency: Module-ending projects serve as tangible evidence of learners' proficiency in specific module content, showcasing their ability to deliver end-to-end DevOps solutions.
  8. Comprehensive and Challenging Capstone Projects: The bootcamp includes four capstone projects that simulate real-world scenarios, challenging learners to integrate multiple concepts and tools learned throughout the program.
  9. Synthesis of Skills: Capstone projects provide a holistic learning experience by integrating various DevOps concepts and tools, showcasing learners' ability to deliver comprehensive solutions.
  10. Preparation for Real-World Interviews: Mock interview session simulates actual interview scenarios, helping learners gain confidence, refine their interview skills, and receive feedback to enhance their performance.
  11. Job Readiness: The bootcamp's mock interview prepares learners to handle interview questions, effectively present their skills and experiences, and position themselves as qualified candidates for DevOps roles. This ensures learners are job-ready upon completion of the program.

The average salary for a beginner DevOps is the average entry-level DevOps Engineer salary is $105,017. On the other hand, the salary of experienced DevOps professionals in 2023 is $160,000. 

The minimum recommended system requirement for attending the DevOps Engineer Bootcamp online is to have a workstation or laptop with at least 8GB of RAM and an internet connection. 

All of the bootcamp instructors are experts in the DevOps domain for relevant technologies such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Kubernetes, Docker, and other integral DevOps tools and technologies.  

Bootcamp Experience

Currently, the DevOps Engineer Bootcamp is offered online in the form of live, interactive, trainer-led sessions where you will get to learn directly from the trainer with opportunities to discuss and clear doubts. 

Our DevOps Engineer Bootcamp is helmed by instructors who are experts in the domain of DevOps with rich industry experience. You will learn fundamental concepts, practical aspects, and the best practices of the DevOps Engineering domain in the bootcamp.  

Our DevOps Engineer Bootcamp is delivered through a blended learning model that includes live, interactive, virtual classrooms and can be structured according to the requirements of the Bootcamp. The DevOps Bootcamp duration includes 76 hours of instructor-led live and 205 hours of on-demand training.

Our DevOps Engineer training is centered around interactive learning. Most of the class time is dedicated to hands-on exercises, lively discussions, and team collaboration - all facilitated by trainers who are experts in the respective disciplines within the domain of DevOps technology. The focus is on finding practical solutions to real-world scenarios in various project environments, both big and small.  

In an online classroom, students can log in at the scheduled time to a live learning environment that is led by an instructor. You can interact, communicate, view, and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. Our instructors for the DevOps Engineer full course use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques that improve your online training experience. 

Here are the specific software and hardware requirements for the DevOps Engineering bootcamp:

  • Software Requirements: A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge Opera, Safari, or Firefox.
  • System Requirements: Any workstation or laptop with Internet access, with at least 8GB of RAM.

You have the option to pause the program for 14 days. Before rejoining, you would need to catch up with the Program by watching the recorded instructor-led sessions. You may opt for this option after discussing it with your Student Success Manager.

You also have the option to defer a program, provided there is a valid reason offered to your Student Success Manager and is approved by the Program Director. Once you are back, you can discuss with your Student Success Manager to know which batch of the DevOps Engineering Bootcamp you can join.

Please contact your Learning Advisor for more information about this. 

Additional KnowledgeHut Support on Your DevOps Journey

DevOps Career Opportunities

A DevOps Engineer is a professional who acts as a bridge between the development and operations teams. They work closely with the relevant teams at every stage of product development. They are responsible for driving collaboration across different teams to deliver value to the users. 

A DevOps Engineer is a professional who acts as a bridge between the development and operations teams. They work closely with the relevant teams at every stage of product development. They are responsible for driving collaboration across different teams to deliver value to the users. 

DevOps Engineer Bootcamp is a comprehensive program that has comprehensive training about DevOps concepts and practices by experienced DevOps experts. Apart from this DevOps engineer training there are self-learning modules, capstone projects, case studies, assignments, mini projects and mock interviews.

The bootcamp is designed to make learners equip themselves with all the knowledge and skills to become a DevOps engineer. The bootcamp focuses on practicing what is being learned so that the learners are available to apply what they learn in a real-world scenario.  

The DevOps bootcamp is a well-designed program that covers all the knowledge and skills that a professional would need to perform as a DevOps Engineer. This complete DevOps bootcamp is designed to impart job-relevant skills that the learners can implement in a DevOps Engineer role.

With projects, assignments, case studies, and mock interviews this is the best DevOps bootcamp you will find.  

A DevOps engineer needs a complex skillset. These skills can be categorized as tech skills and soft skills: 

Tech skills: 

  • Linux Admin skills 
  • Coding skills 
  • Virtualization 
  • Automation 
  • Cloud computing 

Soft skills 

  • Organization 
  • Collaboration 
  • Communication 
  • Customer Orientation 
  • User empathy 

The above lists are not exhaustive, there are many skills that can benefit a professional in a DevOps engineering role, the above are the most common ones. 

An engineering degree in IT or related fields will be the best educational background for a professional wishing to become a DevOps engineer. Any course that covers key concepts like cloud computing, programming, development etc. Will be useful for a career in DevOps. 

Most DevOps engineers come from a coding background or at least have a good grasp of software development lifecycle. An understanding of Linux is also beneficial for a career in DevOps. Once you have established this basic background, you can focus on acquiring skills by learning tools that are commonly used in DevOps. 

To be a good DevOps engineer you will also need to develop soft skills like communication, collaboration, customer orientation, etc. To become good at it you will need to practice the tools and gather real-world experience.

Linux, Git, Maven, Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, Ansible, Prometheus, Grafana, Selenium, SonarQube etc. are some of the important tools that you will be trained on during this bootcamp. The DevOps bootcamp syllabus will also have additional tools that are relevant in the practice of DevOps. 

DevOps is one of the most in-demand jobs today. With an estimated 25% job growth , it is a promising career for tech professionals. DevOps adoption is on the rise driving the demand for hiring more DevOps professionals. 

A DevOps Engineer on average earns an annual salary of $134,130. Getting into DevOps is one of the best career decisions you can make. 

DevOps engineer is a role that requires a complex skill set. Most DevOps professionals have an academic and professional background in tech.

A DevOps Engineer needs skills that can be used to collaborate and communicate across teams and coordinate the development process through every stage of the lifecycle.

This role will also require tech skills and knowledge of quite a few tools that will help you to handle the responsibilities.  

Any professional with a background in IT and a reasonable amount of experience in development can with the right training become a DevOps engineer. 

To be successful in this role the individual will need a combination of tech skills and soft skills. 

Among the range of companies that pay well for a DevOps Engineer role, Glassdoor has listed the following companies as the top 10 highest paying for the role of DevOps Engineer. All numbers are the annual average salary in USD. 

DevOps Engineers are one of the highest paid roles in tech. There is a lot of scope to improve for someone who is new in this role. The salary will vary depending on the organization, the location, level of experience, and competence.

A DevOps engineer can add new skills, by learning new tools, gaining DevOps engineer certifications, and grow by adding more experience. While your salary after DevOps bootcamp may not go up immediately as a result, it will open better prospects and you will also start seeing better results which would get rewarded in monetary terms. 

A DevOps engineer earns an average annual salary of $134,130. The salary range can vary from $80,000 to $200,000 depending on several factors. 

The DevOps bootcamp will include 4 capstone projects and 5 mini projects. These projects are designed to give real-world experience to learners on how to navigate challenges as a DevOps Engineer. These projects are designed by DevOps experts who have extensive industry experts, 

To get a DevOps Engineer role in a product-based company, firstly you will need to make sure that you meet the DevOps bootcamp eligibility criteria of having an academic and professional tech background that gives you an understanding of development.

The second step will be to understand the DevOps concepts and the tools used in DevOps. This is where a bootcamp, course, or DevOps engineer certification will help you familiarize yourself with the practice of DevOps. Your DevOps engineer certification path may involve passing an exam or completing a project or other learning requirements. The best certification for DevOps engineer is the one that suits your requirements and the tools that you will need to use at your workplace.

To do justice to a DevOps Engineer role you will also need to develop the necessary soft skills and practice DevOps concepts and use the tools to get good at it. 

Once you have achieved this, then you will be able to crack interviews at product-based companies. 

Yes, every learner who successfully completes the bootcamp and achieves the learning requirements will be awarded a certificate of completion by KnowledgeHut. Apart from the DevOps engineer certification, you will also gain the knowledge and skills required for a DevOps engineer.  You will also get chances to practice your skills in our projects so that you will be able to readily apply these skills in your job.  

The DevOps engineer pathway will involve most of the below steps.

To become a DevOps engineer, please check if you meet the basic requirements in terms of academic background and work experience.

You will then need to learn about both the theory and practice of DevOps and what the DevOps engineer role demands.

Next, you will learn and master the tools that are commonly used by DevOps engineers. 

Once you have covered the above steps you can aim to land a job as a DevOps engineer and get better with experience and by adding more skills.  

The cost of the DevOps Engineer Bootcamp will vary based on your location. To get the rates that are applicable to you please visit our schedules page. There may also be periodic discounts on the cost of DevOps bootcamp. 

To join our DevOps Bootcamp online you will first need to make sure that you meet the eligibility criteria. After that you could visit our schedules page to select a batch that is suitable for you. Pick a pricing plan that is suitable for you and then hit the enrol now button.

DevOps Bootcamps are designed to impart learners with knowledge, skills, and some practice of DevOps concepts and tools.

A DevOps MOOC is a useful medium to understand DevOps concepts it cannot be relied on to gain a more practical and in-depth understanding of the practice of DevOps. Unlike bootcamps MOOCs generally don’t have an option for participants to clear doubts or interact with the trainer. -

No, the DevOps Bootcamp has eligibility criteria to have an IT degree and have at least one year of work experience.  

There are plenty of courses and certifications for DevOps engineers. To view our catalog of DevOps related courses you can visit our DevOps category page

Learning DevOps at a bootcamp gives you a more rounded understanding of how to practice DevOps in an organization. Bootcamps usually involve hands-on experiences where you learn how DevOps works by experiencing it rather than just learning about it in an academic manner.  

DevOps Engineering is a profession that is high in demand. Recruiters are always looking to hire skilled professionals in DevOps roles. 

In an interview you could get tested on your understanding of DevOps concepts. So, it is advisable to prepare yourself and improve your understanding of DevOps and the latest developments in it.

More importantly you could be tested on the practical aspects of the implementation of DevOps practice. For this purpose, it is important for you to work on a few projects to understand how it works in a practical context. 

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