Don Bradman Cricket 14 Keyboard Controls list

Don Bradman Cricket 14 Keyboard Controls list


Keyboard


Batting

1. arrow marks for shots
2. A for run
3. S to Cancel the run
4. D to Diving
5. Z to Defence
6. X to Power Shot

SETTINGS

JOYSTICK     -KEYBOARD
F10          -START
A            -A
B            -S
Y            -D
X            -W
LEFT TRIGGER -LEFT SHIFT
LEFT BUMBER  -X
RIGHT TRIGGER-Z
RIGHT BUMBER -C
DPAD         -HOME/PAGEDOWN/END/DELETE
STICK(BOTH)  -UP/RIGHT/DOWN/LEFT



Bowling

W - good length
S - Short Length
D - Full Length

W - good length
 S - Short Length
D - Full Length
Jump input - Down arrow
 Release input - Up arrow
W -skipping replays and all unwanted stuff which you dont want to watch –
Appeal - Home button
while the ball is in the field
W - to throw to wicket keeper (or) direct hit wicket keeper stumps
S - to throw to bowler (or) direct hit bowler side stumps Before bowling
 Down arrow - to set fielding changes
Right arrow - to change bowler


Joy Stick

SETTINGS

JOYSTICK     -KEYBOARD
F10          -START
A            -A
B            -S
Y            -D
X            -W
LEFT TRIGGER -LEFT SHIFT
LEFT BUMBER  -X
RIGHT TRIGGER-Z
RIGHT BUMBER -C
DPAD         -HOME/PAGEDOWN/END/DELETE
STICK(BOTH)  -UP/RIGHT/DOWN/LEFT

 set terminal title in Ubuntu

set terminal title in Ubuntu

The option to set the terminal title has been deprecated in 16.04 LTS, however there is still a way to set the title. Edit your ~/.bashrc file and add the following lines:
# function to set terminal title
function set-title(){
if [[ -z "$ORIG" ]]; then
ORIG
=$PS1
fi
TITLE
="\[\e]2;$*\a\]"
PS1
=${ORIG}${TITLE}
}
After that close and reopen the terminal or source your .bashrc (command: source ~/.bashrc) and you can set the title by simply typing:
set-title "<title>"
Chef Notes

Chef Notes


1.Vagrant




1.Install
sudo apt-get install vagrant



2.Complete log
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant$ mkdir centos
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant$ cd centos/
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$ vagrant box add centos/7
==> box: Loading metadata for box &apos;centos/7&apos;
box: URL: https://vagrantcloud.com/centos/7
This box can work with multiple providers! The providers that it
can work with are listed below. Please review the list and choose
the provider you will be working with.

1) hyperv
2) libvirt
3) virtualbox
4) vmware_desktop

Enter your choice: 3
==> box: Adding box &apos;centos/7&apos; (v1804.02) for provider: virtualbox
box: Downloading: https://vagrantcloud.com/centos/boxes/7/versions/1804.02/providers/virtualbox.box
==> box: Successfully added box &apos;centos/7&apos; (v1804.02) for &apos;virtualbox&apos;!
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$ ls
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$ vagrant init centos/7A `Vagrantfile` has been placed in this directory. You are now
ready to `vagrant up` your first virtual environment! Please read
the comments in the Vagrantfile as well as documentation on
`vagrantup.com` for more information on using Vagrant.
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$ vagrant up
Bringing machine &apos;default&apos; up with &apos;virtualbox&apos; provider...
==> default: Importing base box &apos;centos/7&apos;...
==> default: Matching MAC address for NAT networking...
==> default: Checking if box &apos;centos/7&apos; is up to date...
==> default: Setting the name of the VM: centos_default_1537980466397_98016
==> default: Clearing any previously set network interfaces...
==> default: Preparing network interfaces based on configuration...
default: Adapter 1: nat
==> default: Forwarding ports...
default: 22 (guest) => 2222 (host) (adapter 1)
==> default: Booting VM...
==> default: Waiting for machine to boot. This may take a few minutes...
default: SSH address: 127.0.0.1:2222
default: SSH username: vagrant
default: SSH auth method: private key
default: Warning: Remote connection disconnect. Retrying...
default:
default: Vagrant insecure key detected. Vagrant will automatically replace
default: this with a newly generated keypair for better security.
default:
default: Inserting generated public key within guest...
default: Removing insecure key from the guest if it&apos;s present...
default: Key inserted! Disconnecting and reconnecting using new SSH key...
==> default: Machine booted and ready!
==> default: Checking for guest additions in VM...
default: No guest additions were detected on the base box for this VM! Guest
default: additions are required for forwarded ports, shared folders, host only
default: networking, and more. If SSH fails on this machine, please install
default: the guest additions and repackage the box to continue.
default:
default: This is not an error message; everything may continue to work properly,
default: in which case you may ignore this message.
==> default: Rsyncing folder: /home/satya/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos/ => /vagrant
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/vagrant/centos$ vagrant ssh
CentOS Default username/passwd is root/vagrant



How to Download Vagrant Box Manually
Save: box.sh, run on terminal
/* this is the box (and the version) that we want to download from: https://app.vagrantup.com/debian/boxes/jessie64 */
wget https://app.vagrantup.com/debian/boxes/jessie64/versions/8.9.0/providers/virtualbox.box -O debian-jessie64-8.9.0.box

/* add the box to vagrant */
vagrant box add debian/jessie64 debian-jessie64-8.9.0.box

/* update box version */
cd ~/.vagrant.d/boxes/debian-VAGRANTSLASH-jessie64/
mv 0 8.9.0

/* create metadata_url file */
echo -n "https://app.vagrantup.com/debian/boxes/jessie64" > metadata_url

/* show vagrant boxes */
vagrant box list









































2.Chef




1.Downloaded chefdk in Normal ubuntu System & installed



2.Check chef -v version details
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef$ chef -v
Chef Development Kit Version: 3.2.30
chef-client version: 14.4.56
delivery version: master (6862f27aba89109a9630f0b6c6798efec56b4efe)
berks version: 7.0.6
kitchen version: 1.23.2
inspec version: 2.2.70



1.Creating Recipe in Chef

Chef writen in Ruby. Now we are going to create a recipe “hello.rb” , here .rb is Ruby extension
Collection of Recipes are called CookBoook



1.Create chef_repo folder, go into it
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ 






2.Create a resource in System using Chef
create hello.rb file inside chef_repo
file 'motd' do
content 'Hello, World'
end




3.Apply recipe to Current System.
The above Code means, create a resorce(fille) with name “motd” with content as “hello world”
By executing chef-apply hello.rd, Chef will create a new file in our current infrasrure system
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ chef-apply hello.rb 
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* file[motd] action create
- create new file motd
- update content in file motd from none to 03675a
--- motd 2018-09-26 22:42:58.885793277 +0530
+++ ./.chef-motd20180926-23053-ysyfqd 2018-09-26 22:42:58.885793277 +0530
@@ -1 +1,2 @@
+Hello, World
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ ls
hello.rb motd



4.Here chef is idempotent, that means multiple changes won’t change the result.
It we change the hello.rd file, chef wont consider the changes until we apply changes



5.Delete file, using action
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ gedit hello.rb

file 'motd' do
action:delete
end

satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ chef-apply hello.rb
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* file[motd] action delete
- delete file motd
Complete Log
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ gedit hello.rb
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ cat hello.rb
file &apos;motd&apos; do
content &apos;Hello, World&apos;
end
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ ls
hello.rb
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ chef-apply hello.rb
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* file[motd] action create
- create new file motd
- update content in file motd from none to 03675a
--- motd 2018-09-26 22:42:58.885793277 +0530
+++ ./.chef-motd20180926-23053-ysyfqd 2018-09-26 22:42:58.885793277 +0530
@@ -1 +1,2 @@
+Hello, World
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ ls
hello.rb motd
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ gedit hello.rb
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ chef-apply hello.rb
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* file[motd] action delete
- delete file motd
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$

2. Chef : Recipes







1.Create a Resouce : Install a Software in Host Machine

In above ex, we just created a file as a resorce in host mechine. Now go to more advance install Softtware as a pkg in host machine
  • Apache2 pkg should install in host mechine
  • Apache2 Should enable & Auto Start
  • Create index.html, & make it as apache Homepage



1.edit hello.rd to perform above 3 steps on host system
package 'apache2'

service 'apache2' do
action[:enable, :start]
end

file '/var/www/html/index.html' do
content '<h1>Hello, Chef!!</h1>'
end






2.Do chef-apply
Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ sudo chef-apply hello.rb 
[sudo] password for satya:
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* apt_package[apache2] action install

- install version 2.4.29-1ubuntu4.1 of package apache2
* service[apache2] action enable (up to date)
* service[apache2] action start (up to date)
* file[/var/www/html/index.html] action create
- update content in file /var/www/html/index.html from b66332 to c0086c
--- /var/www/html/index.html 2018-09-26 23:24:20.577635660 +0530
+++ /var/www/html/.chef-index20180926-27935-qxmg32.html 2018-09-26 23:24:28.713710303 +0530
@@ -1,376 +1,2 @@
Cross Checking
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ sudo chef-apply hello.rb 
Recipe: (chef-apply cookbook)::(chef-apply recipe)
* apt_package[apache2] action install (up to date)
* service[apache2] action enable (up to date)
* service[apache2] action start (up to date)
* file[/var/www/html/index.html] action create (up to date)






3.Staring apache Server
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ service apache2 startsatya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ 



4.Test by going : http://127.0.0.1/


















Or using Curl
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef_repo$ curl localhost
<h1>Hello, Chef!!</h1>


3. Chef : Cookbooks




We are creating cookbooks folder, for working
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/cookbooks$ PS1=’\W>’;



shorten file path in terminal PS1='\W> '



To generate CookBook Syntax is
chef generate cookbook <Cookbook_Name>



1.Createing Apache Cookbook
cookbooks> chef generate cookbook chef_apache2



Here a folder is created inside /cookbooks withthe name chef_apache2
cookbooks> ls
chef_apache2
cookbooks> cd chef_apache2/
chef_apache2> tree
.
├── Berksfile
├── CHANGELOG.md
├── chefignore
├── LICENSE
├── metadata.rb
├── README.md
├── recipes
│   └── default.rb
├── spec
│   ├── spec_helper.rb
│   └── unit
│   └── recipes
│   └── default_spec.rb
└── test
└── integration
└── default
└── default_test.rb

7 directories, 10 files



2.Create a Template called index.html in chef_apache2 cookbook
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/cookbooks$ 
chef generate template chef_apache2 index.html

Recipe: code_generator::template
* directory[./chef_apache2/templates] action create
- create new directory ./chef_apache2/templates
* template[./chef_apache2/templates/index.html.erb] action create
- create new file ./chef_apache2/templates/index.html.erb
- update content in file ./chef_apache2/templates/index.html.erb from none to e3b0c4
here new folder (template) inside chef_apache2 and places index.html inside template folder
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/cookbooks/chef_apache2$ tree
.
├── Berksfile
├── CHANGELOG.md
├── chefignore
├── LICENSE
├── metadata.rb
├── README.md
├── recipes
│   └── default.rb
├── spec
│   ├── spec_helper.rb
│   └── unit
│   └── recipes
│   └── default_spec.rb
├── templates
│   └── index.html.erb
└── test
└── integration
└── default
└── default_test.rb



3.Write “hello world” inside index.html
chef_apache2$ gedit templates/index.html.erb 






4.edit recipe file recipes/default.rb to perform below 3 steps on host system
  • Apache2 pkg should install in host mechine
  • Apache2 Should enable & Auto Start
  • Create index.html, & make it as apache Homepage


chef_apache2$ gedit recipes/default.rb

package 'apache2'

service 'apache2' do
action [:enable, :start]
end

template '/var/www/html/index.html' do
source 'index.html.erb'
end



5.Applay Cookbook to local System
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef$
sudo chef-client --local-mode --runlist ‘recipe[chef_apache2]’;
[sudo] password for satya:
[2018-09-27T20:53:43+05:30] WARN: No config file found or specified on command line, using command line options.
Starting Chef Client, version 14.4.56
resolving cookbooks for run list: ["chef_apache2"]
Synchronizing Cookbooks:
- chef_apache2 (0.1.0)
Installing Cookbook Gems:
Compiling Cookbooks...
Converging 3 resources
Recipe: chef_apache2::default
* apt_package[apache2] action install (up to date)
* service[apache2] action enable (up to date)
* service[apache2] action start (up to date)
* template[/var/www/html/index.html] action create
- update content in file /var/www/html/index.html from c0086c to 95dfba
--- /var/www/html/index.html 2018-09-26 23:24:28.713710303 +0530
+++ /var/www/html/.chef-index20180927-5228-95sw5q.html 2018-09-27 20:53:46.556287854 +0530
@@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
-<h1>Hello, Chef!!</h1>
+Hello Satya

Running handlers:
Running handlers complete
Chef Client finished, 1/4 resources updated in 03 seconds
Check Apache Homepage
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef$ curl localhost
Hello Satya


















4. CookBooks + Chef Server + Nodes

So far we did changes on local system only.
Now we are going to execute our cookbooks in Hosted Nodes through Chef server
-----------------
| Chef | ---------- Node 1
[CookBooks] ----> | Server | ---------- Node 2
(Programmer Mechine) | | --------- Node 3
------------------



Chef Server : Create Online Chef server




1.Create Chef server by going Hosted Chef Server - Manage Chef



2.Login to Chef Server : https://manage.chef.io/



3.Administration > Oraganization >smlcodes > Actions > Starter Kit > Download Starter Kit



4.Extract Downloaded zip (Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter)
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter$ tree
.
└── chef-repo
├── cookbooks
│   ├── chefignore
│   └── starter
│   ├── attributes
│   │   └── default.rb
│   ├── files
│   │   └── default
│   │   └── sample.txt
│   ├── metadata.rb
│   ├── recipes
│   │   └── default.rb
│   └── templates
│   └── default
│   └── sample.erb
├── README.md
└── roles
└── starter.rb

10 directories, 8 files



5.https://supermarket.chef.io/where all the user created cookbooks are stored.
For example Search for learn_chef_apache2,
we are going to use above cookbook in this example



6. Download cookbook using Knife
i. Go to /DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo & run knife command to download cookbook.
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo$ 

knife cookbook site download learn_chef_apache2

Downloading learn_chef_apache2 from Supermarket at version 0.3.0 to /home/satya/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo/learn_chef_apache2-0.3.0.tar.gz
Cookbook saved: /home/satya/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo/learn_chef_apache2-0.3.0.tar.gz
ii.Exatract tar file to cookbooks folder
satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo$ ls
cookbooks learn_chef_apache2-0.3.0.tar.gz README.md roles


satya@satya-Aspire-E5-523:~/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo$

tar -zxxvf learn_chef_apache2-0.3.0.tar.gz -C cookbooks

learn_chef_apache2/
learn_chef_apache2/.kitchen.yml
learn_chef_apache2/Berksfile
learn_chef_apache2/Berksfile.lock
learn_chef_apache2/chefignore
learn_chef_apache2/metadata.json
learn_chef_apache2/metadata.rb
learn_chef_apache2/README.md
learn_chef_apache2/recipes/
learn_chef_apache2/templates/
learn_chef_apache2/templates/default/
learn_chef_apache2/templates/default/index.html.erb
learn_chef_apache2/recipes/default.rb
After Extraction remove .tar file
rm -rf learn_chef_apache2-0.3.0.tar.gz 

Check learn_chef_apache2/recipes/default.rb it contains same code we configue before
apt_update 'Update the apt cache daily' do
frequency 86_400
action :periodic
end



package 'apache2'

service 'apache2' do
supports :status => true
action [:enable, :start]
end

template '/var/www/html/index.html' do
source 'index.html.erb'
end





7.Upload CookBook to Chef Server
go to Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo folder & upload cookbook to chef server
chef-repo> knife cookbook upload learn_chef_apache2
Uploading learn_chef_apache2 [0.3.0]
Uploaded 1 cookbook.



8.Check Uploaded CookBook in server > policy tab



Now we are going to manage our nodes throgh Chef Server




Nodes : Manage Nodes using Chef server




We have two nodes created using vagrant, up them[vagrant up, vagrant ssh]
  1. Ubuntu : vagrant@vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64:
  2. CentOS : [vagrant@localhost ~]$


IpAddress : check ip’s by ping <ip>
change the password using sudo passwd ubuntu (by default ubuntu user has sudo-permissions with NOPASSWD set)

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
config.vm.box = "ubuntu/trusty64"
config.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 80, host: 5555
config.vm.network "public_network"
end

1) wlp3s0 --> choose this
2) enp2s0f1

Ubuntu : 5555
  • IpAddrees - 192.168.0.105
  • Username/pwd - ubuntu/ ubuntu


CentOs:6666
  • IpAddrees - inet 192.168.0.107
  • Username/pwd - root / vagrant


1.Working with Ubuntu Node (192.168.0.105)



1.Go to Clinet workstation coomandline
/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo


2.Boostrap Node1 – Ubuntu & run cookbook on Node1
chef-repo> knife bootstrap 192.168.0.105 --ssh-user ubuntu --ssh-password ubuntu --sudo --use-sudo-password --node-name cnode1 --run-list &apos;recipe[learn_chef_apache2]&apos;
Node cnode1 exists, overwrite it? (Y/N) y
Client cnode1 exists, overwrite it? (Y/N) y
Creating new client for cnode1
Creating new node for cnode1
Connecting to 192.168.0.105
192.168.0.105 -----> Existing Chef installation detected
192.168.0.105 Starting the first Chef Client run...
192.168.0.105 Starting Chef Client, version 11.8.2
192.168.0.105 resolving cookbooks for run list: ["learn_chef_apache2"]
192.168.0.105 Synchronizing Cookbooks:
192.168.0.105 - learn_chef_apache2
192.168.0.105 Compiling Cookbooks...
192.168.0.105 Converging 3 resources
192.168.0.105 Recipe: learn_chef_apache2::default
192.168.0.105 * package[apache2] action install
192.168.0.105 - install version 2.4.7-1ubuntu4.20 of package apache2
192.168.0.105
192.168.0.105 * service[apache2] action enable
192.168.0.105 - enable service service[apache2]
192.168.0.105
192.168.0.105 * service[apache2] action start (up to date)
192.168.0.105 * template[/var/www/html/index.html] action create
192.168.0.105 - update content in file /var/www/html/index.html from 538f31 to ef4ffd
192.168.0.105 --- /var/www/html/index.html 2018-09-27 18:46:21.787423744 +0000
192.168.0.105 +++ /tmp/chef-rendered-template20180927-2085-27sx61 2018-09-27 18:46:35.617936153 +0000
192.168.0.105 @@ -1,379 +1,6 @@


3.Now we can check, knife automatically register Ubuntu Node1 , with Chef Server


4.Go To Node1-Ubuntu Terminal, Check the Home page
vagrant@vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64:~$ curl localhost
<html>
<body>
<h1>hello world</h1>
</body>
</html>

2.Working with Node 2 - CentOS (192.168.0.107)



1.Go to Clinet workstation coomandline
/Desktop/DevOps/chef/chef-starter/chef-repo


2.Boostrap Node2CentOs& run cookbook on Node2
chef-repo> knife bootstrap 192.168.0.107 --ssh-user vagrant --ssh-password vagrant --sudo --use-sudo-password --node-name cnode2 --run-list &apos;recipe[learn_chef_apache2]&apos;


`rescue in new_session&apos;: Authentication failed for user vagrant@192.168.0.107@192.168.0.107 (Net::SSH::AuthenticationFailed)
ERROR: Net::SSH::AuthenticationFailed: Authentication failed for user vagrant@192.168.0.107@192.168.0.107
Fixed it!
So when you are using hosted chef you need to pass in a private key with the bootstrap and have the public key in your autherized_keys file....
  1. install the ChefSDK
  2. SCP your starter kit from hosted Chef
  3. extract the starter kit to ~/chef-repo
  4. generate a new keypair: ssh-keygen
  5. add the public key to your autherized_keys file: $ cat id_rsa.pub >> authorized_keys
  6. run the knife bootstrap with the following:
    sudo knife bootstrap {{server-ip}} --ssh-user {{your-server-user}} -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa --sudo --node-name web1
That should work!
I would also suggest that the user you pass as the --ssh-user has passwordless sudo access.








3.Now we can check, knife automatically register CentOS Node2 , with Chef Server



4.Go To Node2-CentOS Terminal, Check the Home page

More on Chef




To get no.of Nodes in Chef server
chef-repo> knife node list
cnode1



Get more Node Info
chef-repo> knife node show cnode1
Node Name: cnode1
Environment: _default
FQDN: vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64
IP: 10.0.2.15
Run List: recipe[learn_chef_apache2]
Roles:
Recipes: learn_chef_apache2
Platform: ubuntu 14.04
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Overview of DevOps

Learning Objectives: Upon completing this module, you should be able to understand the benefits of DevOps over other software development processes and gain insights of the DevOps environment and will also get the picture of working of DevOps Delivery Pipeline.

Topics:

  • Why DevOps?
  • What is DevOps?
  • DevOps Market Trends
  • DevOps Engineer Skills
  • DevOps Delivery Pipeline
  • DevOps Ecosystem


Hands On/Demo:
Sample use-case for using DevOps practice in Edureka



Version Control with Git

Learning Objectives: In this module, you will gain the insights of the functionalities and version controlling using Git.

Topics:

  • What is version control
  • What is Git
  • Why Git for your organization
  • Install Git
  • Common commands in Git
  • Working with Remote Repositories


Hands On/Demo:
GIT Installation, Version Control, Working with remote repository



Git, Jenkins & Maven Integration

Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn about the different actions performed through git and will be introduced to Jenkins and maven.

Topics:

  • Branching and Merging in Git
  • Git workflows
  • Git cheat sheet
  • What is CI
  • Why CI is Required
  • Introduction to Jenkins (With Architecture)
  • Introduction to Maven


Hands On/Demo:
Branching and merging, Stashing, rebasing, reverting and resetting
Build and automation of Test using Jenkins and Maven


Continuous Integration using Jenkins

Learning Objectives: In this module, you will know how to perform Continuous Integration using Jenkins by building and automating test cases using Maven.

Topics:

  • Jenkins Management
  • Build Setup
  • Test Automation (with Maven)
  • Securing Jenkins
  • Notification System
  • Adding a slave node to Jenkins
  • Building Delivery Pipeline


Hands On/Demo:
Build a pipeline using Jenkins







Ubuntu Dual Boot with Windows 10 - Acer e5


Steps:

1. F2 - Boot Menu

2. Set Password

3. Choose UEFI only Not Legacy

4. use rufus (https://rufus.akeo.ie/) to create Bootable USB

5.Choose Location 'something else'
Figure 1:


6.Primary, Mount point is /
Figure 1:

6. for Device Boot location, Selecting the Boot EFI partition as the device for boot loader installationFigure :

or

Installation type

Under "Device for boot loader installation":
  • if you choose dev/sda, it will use Grub (Ubuntu's boot loader) to load all systems on this hard drive.
  • if you choose dev/sda1, Ubuntu need to be manually added to drive's boot loader after installation. (for example, you previously have Windows installed on another partition of this drive, you'll need manually add Ubuntu into mbr)


7. Download updates check all boxes, no time waste

8.Done

Refrence : http://linuxbsdos.com/2015/09/07/how-to-dual-boot-ubuntu-15-04-with-windows-10-on-a-single-hard-drive/

How to Enable Amd-v (virtualization) intel virtualization (VT-X) - Acer e5

" IF YOU DO SOMETHING WRROG OR YOUR ARE FACEING SOME PROBLEM don't worry JUST GO TO YOUR BIOS SETTINGS AND SET SETTINGS TO DEFAULT " Acer Aspire E5 553 AMD 10 9600P
FILE LINK- https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AvL...
AFTER REBOOT Video- https://youtu.be/ZNDZP8J2wVs

Updated in yours Google Drive :https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PZWoE1eZzzztL_VVC81W2RoaxQeF8Inu

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