At the core of the DevOps responsibility is the ability to fully understand their IT infrastructure and be able to keep up throughout the DevOps lifecycle along with its high demands and complex challenges. In this course, Introducing Continuous Integration and Delivery Concepts for DevOps on Oracle Cloud, you will learn how to perform continuous monitoring throughout the entire DevOps lifecycle by using enterprise tools from Oracle. You will learn how to get started with Oracle Developer Cloud Service, by performing tasks such as pushing code from on-premises IDEs to Git Repositories on the cloud and browsing and reviewing source code in Oracle Developer Cloud service. Next, you'll explore managing projects jobs and builds. Lastly, using the Oracle Management Cloud platform, you’ll learn how to complete end-to-end tasks, such as unified monitoring across multiple cloud service providers. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Continuous Integration and Delivery Concepts for DevOps on Oracle Cloud that will help you achieve successful solutions for very complex tasks and issues that DevOps face nowadays.
Course Overview Hi everyone, and welcome to the course, Introducing Continuous Integration and Delivery Concepts for DevOps on Oracle Cloud. I am Jake Ramirez, an Oracle User Assistance Developer, and I'm going to explain the value of using Oracle Developer Cloud Service to implement DevOps in your organization. DevOps is fast becoming the standard that teams use to operate at top efficiency. It is vital to find and employ the most effective tools to achieve the DevOps standard. This is where Oracle Developer Cloud Service comes in. In this course, we're going to demonstrate how you can use Oracle Developer Cloud Service to implement a continuous integration and employment pipeline in the Oracle Cloud. We'll then look at how you can use Oracle Management Cloud to monitor and manage the pipeline and cloud assets. Some of the major topics that we will cover include end-to-end development and deployment in the cloud including creating a project, browsing source code and making comments, reviewing source and merge requests, testing automation, and deploying project artifacts. After that, we'll cover monitoring end-user application performance, troubleshooting and analyzing issues, and then finally, custom analytics. By the end of this course, you'll know how to implement facets of DevOps on the Oracle Cloud using Oracle Developer Cloud Service. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with DevOps concepts, and I recommend checking out the two prerequisite courses, DevOps: The Big Picture and Implementing DevOps in the Real World. I hope you'll join me in this journey to learn about implementing DevOps, with the Introducing Continuous Integration and Delivery Concepts for DevOps on Oracle Cloud course, at Pluralsight.
Monitoring the Application and Its Infrastructure Using Oracle Management Cloud This is the lesson, Monitoring the Application and Its Infrastructure Using Oracle Management Cloud. With this lesson, we'll be covering Oracle Management Cloud, and particularly, we'll be covering monitoring throughout the DevOps lifecycle. Let's get familiar with some key terms for monitoring. First of all, there are alerts. Those are notifications of events or things that happen when thresholds are met or crossed. Then there's machine learning, a particularly important one. Those are special programs or algorithms that are used to determine relevance of information. Then, there are trends, a prevailing direction of data. In relation to DevOps, Oracle Management Cloud pretty much covers the entire lifecycle. In addition, it is a key part of the lifecycle in terms of monitoring. To break down monitoring further with Oracle Management Cloud, it comes down to two things, reviewing transactions and performance, and then alerting on those. This is important as the ability to understand issues, and then do something about them, becomes key in order to making the DevOps lifecycle work.