Training provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to be successful with UrbanCode Deploy. Knowledgeable instructors are available to teach you how to use UrbanCode Deploy and maximize the benefits you can gain from your investment. IBM has a select group of partners, Global Training Providers, who are responsible for the delivery of IBM education. IBM Global Training Providers can help you define your needs relative to your goals, or set up private customized courses when required.
This course describes problems that IBM UrbanCode Deploy helps to solve, explains the workflow for a basic project, the user-interface navigation, how to organize and access resources, how to orchestrate deployments to different environments, and how to setup the security model, In this course, you will use IBM UrbanCode Deploy to standardize and simplify the process of deploying software components to each environment in the development cycle. This is a basic course for new users of IBM UrbanCode Deploy, such as configurators, users, producers, and administrators. In this course, you will learn how to configure IBM UrbanCode Deploy for the deployment of a pet store application to two different environments. You will create resources and versioned components, configure the environments, and deploy the application. You also create teams and roles and learn the fundamentals of security. Hands-on labs use IBM UrbanCode Deploy in a cloud environment and cover resources, components, applications, deployment, and security.
IBM UrbanCode Deploy is a tool for standardizing and simplifying the process of deploying software components to each environment in your development cycle. When you use blueprints for OpenStack-based clouds, you can use a full-stack approach to simultaneously model the application and infrastructure layers of your deployment. CQ401G is an intermediate course for users of IBM UrbanCode Deploy, such as administrators, performance testers, development teams, and operations leads. In this course, you learn how to administer the cloud through both the blueprint designer and the Horizon user interface. Hands-on labs use IBM UrbanCode Deploy in a cloud environment and cover integrations with an OpenStack back-end and IBM UrbanCode Deploy, modeling the cloud infrastructure and application layers, provisioning environments from blueprints, creating and using configuration files, updating a running environment, and using Git repositories to store and manage blueprints.