DevOps Troubleshooting Scenarios

DevOps    |    Intermediate
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Knowing how to maintain a healthy DevOps environment in all scenarios is a fundamental skill of the Support Engineer. In this course, you'll explore how to establish a performance test strategy for microservice-oriented applications, the different types of routers for connecting internal networks with external networks, and the features and issues associated with edge routers. Next, you'll identify how to troubleshoot slow connection and timeout issues when accessing AWS EC2 instances. You'll examine how to use CloudWatch metrics, tune the performance of web servers that host applications deployed using DevOps pipelines, benchmark network throughput among Amazon EC2 Linux instances, and configure firewall rules. You'll move on to learn to use the AWS Trusted Advisor and install, configure, and use JMeter to conduct performance, functional, and load testing. Finally, you'll see how to use iPerf and JPerf and configure GoReplay to record live traffic and load test for potential issues impacting performance.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    troubleshoot slow connection and timeout issues while accessing Amazon EC2 instances
    use Amazon CloudWatch metrics to calculate the average throughput and average number of IOPS and EBS volumes
    tune the performance of a web server that hosts applications deployed using DevOps pipelines
    benchmark network throughput among Amazon EC2 Linux instances in the same Amazon VPC network
    configure firewall rules to allow certain traffic to pass through from the Internet to the private network while blocking unwanted traffic
    use AWS Trusted Advisor to troubleshoot VPN tunnel connectivity to Amazon VPC
    install, configure, and use JMeter to conduct performance and functional tests to confirm systems or websites are performing optimally
  • configure and use JMeter with Apache Performance Benchmark to perform load testing on web servers
    use iPerf and JPerf to demonstrate network throughput, delay/latency, jitter, transfer speeds, packet loss, and reliability
    use iPerf and JPerf to show bandwidth measurements and data transfers that can be used for analyzing results and planning improvement
    recognize the approach to establishing a performance test strategy for microservice-oriented applications
    configure the GoReplay open-source network monitoring tool to record live traffic, and use it to shadow and load test to identify potential issues impacting performance
    classify the different types of routers that enable internal networks to connect to external networks
    describe edge router features, associated issues, and how Support Engineers can use edge routers in identifying and resolving issues
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

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