; TEL - (USA): +1.214.438.9105

6 Months Training & Mentorship Program

As a cloud operations professional, your role will revolve around ensuring the smooth operation, optimization, and security of cloud-based infrastructures. Responsibilities include managing cloud resources such as virtual machines, storage, and networking components, monitoring system performance and availability, implementing automation for efficient resource provisioning and scaling, configuring and enforcing security measures to safeguard data and applications, conducting regular backups and disaster recovery planning, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to troubleshoot issues and implement improvements. Additionally, staying abreast of emerging technologies and best practices in cloud computing is essential for continually optimizing cloud operations and delivering reliable services to users.

Enterprise Network Administration with Windows Server

– Proficient Windows Server Administration skills acquisition

– Configuration of essential protocols: Active Directory Services (ADS), Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

– Advanced techniques for efficiency and security optimization

– Creation and management of Workgroups and Domains

– Seamless integration of computers into domains

– User account administration with precise security measures

– Active Directory Configuration expertise for efficient directory services

– Domain Policy Management for security fortification and performance optimization

– Hands-on experience and practical exercises for issue troubleshooting and configuration fine-tuning

– Implementation of best practices for seamless operation of Windows Server environments

Cloud Server Administration with Linux

– Delve into managing network resources within Linux Servers
– Mastery in creating and administering files and directories using various tools
– Advance to proficiently managing users, groups, permissions, and applications within Cloud Servers
– Intermediate and advanced-level commands for altering, deleting, or modifying resources
– Assign ownership and permissions at both file and folder levels
– Explore automation techniques using Cron and Shell Scripts
– Learn data migration methods including SSH, SCP, FTP, Apache HTTPD, NTP, and more
– Possess expertise to navigate and optimize Linux server environments confidently

AWS Cloud Solutions Architect

– Gain proficiency in designing and managing public and private cloud infrastructures on AWS
– Explore key AWS services such as VPC, EC2, S3, CloudFront, EFS, RDS, Direct Connect, Route 53, CloudWatch, CloudTrail, and CloudFormation
– Utilize IAM console to create custom users and groups for secure access to AWS resources
– Set up lifecycle policies for automated creation and deletion of S3 snapshots using S3 CLI tools
– Back up data from S3 to Glacier and Deep Glacier for cost-effective long-term storage
– Configure security groups, Elastic IP addresses, and auto-scaling configurations for optimized resource allocation and system reliability
– Create and maintain ACLs, implement IGW and Route Tables for public-facing subnets, and set up NAT for private-facing subnets within AWS VPCs
– Configure and manage AWS services including EC2, RDS, VPC, S3, Glacier, CloudFront, and Route 53
– Add elasticity and scalability to meet diverse design requirements
– Architect and maintain robust, secure, and highly available cloud infrastructures on AWS

Second 3 Months (Option 1): DevOps Engineering

As a DevOps Engineer, your role encompasses bridging the gap between software development and IT operations, utilizing a suite of traditional DevOps tools to streamline the software development lifecycle. This involves automating processes for continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) using tools such as Jenkins, GitLab CI, or CircleCI; managing infrastructure as code with tools like Ansible, Puppet, or Chef; implementing containerization and orchestration through Docker and Kubernetes; monitoring system performance and logging using tools like Nagios, Prometheus, or ELK stack; and ensuring security and compliance with tools like SonarQube and OWASP ZAP. By effectively leveraging these tools, DevOps Engineers facilitate collaboration between development and operations teams, accelerate software delivery, and enhance the reliability and scalability of software systems.

Infrastructure as Code with Terraform

– Harness the power of Terraform in an Infrastructure as Code (IaC) course
– Revolutionize application deployment processes within AWS
– Develop essential application features alongside Terraform implementation
– Set up development environment using VSCode IDE and install Terraform
– Create Terraform scripts, understand Terraform files, workflows, and tfstate management
– Gain proficiency in HashiCorp Cloud & Scripting
– Master techniques for backing up to the cloud to fortify infrastructure
– Deploy cloud resources using Terraform scripts through hands-on exercises
– Provide intermediate-level design and engineering support for successful IT cloud project delivery
– Delve into Python coding to automate infrastructure provisioning
– Learn fundamental coding concepts and leverage tools like GitHub Copilot for efficient code generation
– Master skills to streamline operations, enhance scalability, and optimize cloud infrastructure management

DevOps & CD/CD Engineering

Foundation of DevOps:

– Introduction to DevOps principles and practices.

– Collaboration and communication between development and operations teams.

– Basics of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) concepts.

– In-depth understanding of DevOps culture, emphasizing collaboration and shared responsibility.

– Implementing CI/CD pipelines and understanding their importance in the software delivery lifecycle.

– Knowledge of version control systems (e.g., Git) and their role in DevOps workflows.

Automation and Configuration Management:

– Introduction to automation tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, or GitLab CI.

– Basics of scripting languages (e.g., Bash, Python) for automation.

– Basic configuration management concepts.

– Configuring and managing automation pipelines for building, testing, and deploying applications.

– Advanced scripting for task automation and integration within the CI/CD process.

– Configuration management tools (e.g., Ansible) for consistent infrastructure configurations.

Introduction to CI/CD:

– Understanding the core concepts of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD).

– Familiarity with the benefits of CI/CD in software development.

– Basic knowledge of version control systems (e.g., Git).

– Proficient use of CI tools (e.g., Jenkins, GitLab CI, Travis CI).

– Configuration of basic CI pipelines for automating code builds and unit tests.

– Integration of CI tools with version control systems.

Deployment Automation:

– Basics of deployment automation and orchestration.

– Introduction to containerization using Docker

– Basic knowledge of deployment strategies (e.g., blue-green deployments).

– Implementation of deployment automation using Ansible.

– Configuring pipelines for multiple environments (development, staging, production).

– Integration of containerization in the CI/CD workflow.


Production-grade Deployment with Kubernetes


Introduction to Kubernetes:

– Understanding the fundamentals of containerization and its benefits.

– Basics of Kubernetes architecture and components.

– Familiarity with Kubernetes resources (Pods, Deployments, Services).

– Proficient use of `kubectl` for interacting with Kubernetes clusters.

– Creation and management of simple Kubernetes deployments.

– Understanding and implementing basic networking concepts in Kubernetes.

Pods, Deployments, Service, etc:

– Creating and managing individual Pods in Kubernetes.

– Basics of Pod networking and communication.

– Introduction to Deployments and their role in managing application instances.

– Configuring and managing multi-container Pods.

– Implementing rolling updates and rollbacks with Deployments.

– Utilizing Helm for package management and simplifying Kubernetes resource definitions.

Scaling and Resource Management:

– Basics of scaling applications in Kubernetes (horizontal and vertical scaling).

– Introduction to resource requests and limits.

– Understanding the concept of Kubernetes namespaces.

– Implementing autoscaling based on metrics.

– Fine-tuning resource allocation for optimal performance.

– Managing resource quotas and limits within namespaces.

Advanced Kubernetes

– Services, Ingress, and networking in Kubernetes.

– Helm for packaging and deploying Kubernetes applications.

– StatefulSets and persistent storage.

– Advanced networking concepts (Network Policies).

– Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) and Operators.

Cluster Administration:

– Cluster installation and setup (Minikube, single-node).

– Basic cluster configuration and management.

– Basic troubleshooting techniques.

– Multi-node cluster installation and high availability.

– Security measures (RBAC, network policies).

– Monitoring and logging configurations.

– Advanced security practices (Pod Security Policies, identity integration).

– Disaster recovery planning and execution.

– Cluster upgrades and maintenance.

– Integration with CI/CD pipelines.

– Managing and scaling applications in production.

– Advanced Helm usage and chart development.

– Application lifecycle management.




The Build and Optimization of CI/CD Pipeline for Continuous Application Release from Development to Operations

Aviation Industry

  • Orchestrated the setup and ongoing management of a robust CI/CD pipeline, resulting in a remarkable 40% improvement in team efficiency.
  • Implemented end-to-end automation of code deployment processes, leading to a significant reduction in time to market, slashing deployment duration from 8 hours to an agile 2 hours.
  • Deployed and configured open-source monitoring tools to actively observe and evaluate the health and performance of cloud-based resources, fostering proactive issue resolution.
  • Engineered comprehensive deployment scripts, effectively eliminating downtime for applications, and establishing a resilient infrastructure foundation.


Infrastructure Provisioning Automation for Testing and Development Environments, using Terraform

AWS & Azure

  • Increased the number of applications and S3 buckets created from 4 to 16 by creating a new terraform manifest that automated the infrastructure provisioning.
  • Implemented Terraform modules to streamline the provisioning process, ensuring consistency and scalability across different projects and environments.
  • Enhanced security measures by incorporating AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles and policies into the Terraform scripts, aligning with best practices.
  • Established a version control system for Terraform manifests, leveraging Git, to track changes, collaborate efficiently, and maintain a history of infrastructure modifications.


Kubernetes Cluster Deployment and Configuration for Production Environment

Healthcare Industry

  • Configured and managed Kubernetes clusters for production as well as non-production environments, using Terraform and AWS-EKS, ensuring high availability with 99.9% SLA for applications, and increased speed of deployments by 50%.
  •  Automated overall Kubernetes cluster deployment and management, providing robust performance optimization, health monitoring, and application deployment control.
  • Developed Helm charts for deploying, managing, and rolling new releases of applications.
  • Implemented security policies to ensure best security practices for applications.

Second 3 Months (Option 2): Cloud Security


1. As Azure Security Engineer, you will ensure the security, integrity, and compliance of your organization’s cloud-based systems and applications hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform. Your responsibilities would typically include:

2. Security Architecture Design: Designing secure architectures for Azure cloud environments, including virtual networks, identity and access management (IAM), encryption, and data protection, etc.
3. Implementation of Security Controls: Configuring and implementing security controls and features offered by Azure, such as Microsoft Defender for Cloud, Azure Firewall, Microsoft Entra ID, Network Security Groups (NSGs), and Azure Key Vault.
4. Security Monitoring and Incident Response: Setting up monitoring tools and alerts to detect and respond to security threats and incidents in real-time. This involves analyzing logs, investigating security breaches, and implementing remediation actions.
5. Identity and Access Management (IAM): Managing user identities, roles, and permissions within Microsoft Entra ID to ensure least privilege access and proper authentication.
6. Data Protection and Encryption: Implementing encryption mechanisms to protect data both at rest and in transit using Azure services such as Azure Disk Encryption, Azure Storage Encryption, and Azure Key Vault for managing encryption keys.
7. Compliance and Governance: Ensuring that Azure environments comply with relevant regulatory requirements and industry standards such as GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS, etc. Implementing governance policies and controls to enforce compliance standards.
8. Security Automation and Orchestration: Leveraging Azure automation tools like Azure Policy, to automate security configurations and ensure consistent deployment of security controls.
9. Threat Intelligence and Vulnerability Management: Staying updated with the latest security threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices. Implementing vulnerability scanning tools and processes to identify and mitigate security risks proactively.
10. Collaboration and Communication: Working closely with cross-functional teams including developers, system administrators, and compliance officers to ensure security requirements are understood and integrated into the development and deployment lifecycle.
11. Continuous Improvement: Engaging in ongoing assessment and improvement of Azure security posture by conducting security reviews, penetration testing, and participating in security incident response exercises.


1. Introduction to PowerShell for Azure: Basics of PowerShell scripting and its usage in Azure environment.
2. Azure Resource Management with PowerShell: Managing Azure resources such as virtual networks, VMs, storage accounts, etc., using PowerShell commands.
3. Azure Identity and Access Management (IAM) with PowerShell: Managing user identities, roles, and permissions within Azure Active Directory using PowerShell cmdlets.
4. Azure Security Center with PowerShell: Configuring and monitoring security policies, recommendations, and alerts in Azure Security Center using PowerShell.
5. Azure Key Vault Management with PowerShell: Creating, managing, and accessing secrets, keys, and certificates stored in Azure Key Vault using PowerShell.
6. Azure Network Security with PowerShell: Configuring and managing Azure Firewall, Network Security Groups (NSGs), and Virtual Network (VNet) peering using PowerShell.
7. Azure Security Monitoring with PowerShell: Setting up log analytics, creating custom queries, and configuring alerts in Azure Monitor using PowerShell.
8. Azure Compliance and Governance with PowerShell: Enforcing compliance standards, implementing Azure Policy, and managing governance controls using PowerShell.
9. Azure Security Automation with PowerShell: Automating security tasks and workflows using Azure Automation and PowerShell runbooks.
10. Azure Threat Intelligence and Vulnerability Management with PowerShell: Utilizing PowerShell scripts to perform vulnerability scans, threat analysis, and remediation tasks.
11. Integration with Azure DevOps and PowerShell: Incorporating security checks and tasks into CI/CD pipelines using Azure DevOps and PowerShell scripts.
12. Advanced PowerShell Scripting Techniques for Security: Advanced scripting concepts such as error handling, looping, functions, and modules tailored for security-related tasks in Azure.
13. Security Best Practices and Hardening with PowerShell: Implementing security best practices, hardening Azure resources, and mitigating common security risks using PowerShell.
14. Case Studies and Practical Exercises: Real-world scenarios and hands-on exercises to apply PowerShell scripting for various Azure security tasks and challenges.

6-month Training & Mentorship Class 

6-month Training & Mentorship

No Pre-requisites. Suitable for new entrants to IT

$500 per month


(USA): +1.214.438.9105

(NIGERIA): +234.803.301.4082

(UNITED KINGDOM): +44.757.237.6272