Cloud Foundry Deployment in Disconnected Environment

Private training

This course covers the basic architecture of Cloud Foundry and BOSH. During the first day, attendees will learn the main concepts of Cloud Foundry and BOSH, as well as get practical skills on how to create and deploy a BOSH release. On day 2, lectures and proctored sessions will take students through the best practices for deploying products that can be used to secure environment for BOSH and Cloud Foundry.

During the course the students will

  • Get basic Cloud Foundry and BOSH architecture understanding
  • Learn what products can be used to secure your environment or make it more “dependless”
  • Gain practical skills for deploying such products

The course was especially tailored for

  • DevOps engineers responsible for building and operating the Cloud Foundry platform.
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On-site
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Tailor-made to fit
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Hands-on
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Instructor-led

Why partner with Altoros as a Cloud Foundry Training Provider

Training program sample

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DAY 1
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Main concepts of Cloud Foundry
  • Cloud Foundry architecture
    Theory
Main concepts of BOSH
  • BOSH architecture
    Theory
Figure out outside resource consumers
  • Services from BOSH and Cloud Foundry that need Internet access
    Theory
  • Where are code and blobs stored
    Theory
Replacement for outside services
  • Gogs as a GitHub
    Theory
  • MinIO as S3
    Theory
  • Artifactory as reverse proxy for accessing outside resources
    Theory
Deploying BOSH
  • Installing the BOSH CLI
    Practice
  • Initializing an environment (for BOSH and Cloud Foundry)
    Practice
  • Deploying BOSH with bosh create-env
    Practice
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DAY 2
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Deploying Gogs
  • Deploying Gogs with BOSH release, creating repositories for store configs
    Practice
Deploying MinIO
  • Installing mc-cli
    Practice
  • Deploying MinIO with BOSH release, creating buckets, uploading binaries, releases, and stemcells
    Practice
Deploying Cloud Foundry
  • Deploying Cloud Foundry using BOSH v2.0
    Practice
  • Running deployment jobs
    Practice
  • Verifying results using CATs
    Practice
Deploying Concourse
  • Install fly-cli
    Practice
  • Deploying Concourse with BOSH release, creating simple pipelines to fetch resources from local services (MinIO, Gogs)
    Practice
Prerequisites
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Altoros recommends that all students have:

  • A basic knowledge of Linux (SSH, SCP, Vim, grep, Wget)
  • Basic understanding of BOSH and Cloud Foundry
  • Basic understanding of Git, S3, pipelines concepts
  • First-hand experience with an IaaS provider—AWS, GCP, vSphere, Microsoft Azure
  • A workstation with the following capabilities:
    • A SSH/SCP terminal client (like SSH or PuTTY)
    • A web browser (Chrome/Firefox)
    • Internet connection w/o Firewall rules blocking outgoing traffic

No better time and training provider to maximize your team's talent!

Our customers

Here is what our customers say about us
Adam Singh
"The instructors were friendly; the class was very wide-ranged. We covered 12 factors in details, learned about service registration and discovery, log tracing. That was as much as you can pack in a few hours"
Bill Harper
"It was a great training. I’ve tried to look at this stuff and understand it on my own, but coming to this class allowed me get a much deeper understanding of Bosh and Cloud Foundry. What I’ve learned is how to deploy it, the value it has, how much more sophisticated than some of the other PaaS systems it is"
Brad Schaefbauer
"I think the training is really good. There are a lot of questions, and it’s great because I have the same ones. It shows that I am in the right place. This is a great class if you want to learn more about what the undercover of Cloud Foundry does at its best"
Eric Price
"This workshop is great for people with a zero of ground knowledge of Cloud Foundry and Bosh. It would apply even more to people who are reliant on knowing how to bring this [Cloud Foundry] up, it is going to be a "bread and butter” for developers"
Wes Gruver
"I really like the training. I think it was thorough and informative. The hands-on nature was essential for learning Bosh, which is very complicated. It’s not something you can learn by watching just two slides. Getting your hands on the keyboard was the best part of the day. I would totally recommend this course to any of our partners or any potential customers"

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