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Using Git for DevOps: Using Git Effectively

Using Git for DevOps: Using Git Effectively


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Overview/Description

This course explores the role of Git, a tool to manage and track changes in your source code throughout the DevOps lifecycle. You will learn which frameworks work effectively with Git. The 11-video course shows learners how to set up Git and create repositories, track files, and commit files. You will examine how to work with Git commands and the GUI (graphical user interface) to manage repositories. Next, learn to use the bare, local, remote, and upstream repositories that are available in Git. This course covers the features of distributed workflows that can be used to implement a flexible approach for project collaboration. You will learn how to use Git to create and manage branches, and the Gitflow tool to adopt a predefined standard branching approach. Learners will work with Git commands to create, switch, and merge branches. Finally, you will learn the protocols and commands to use Git server transfer data from the developer's system to the Git server or centralized repository.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.1

Lesson Objectives

Using Git for DevOps: Using Git Effectively

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the role of Git in the DevOps lifecycle and list the products and frameworks that can help you use Git effectively
  • recall the essential terminologies that are used in Git for version control and source code management
  • set up Git and use Git commands to create repositories, track files, and commit files
  • set up Git using Git GUI and create repositories, track files, and commit files
  • work with and manage Git repositories, including repository initialization, cloning, and recording changes to the repository
  • describe how to use and work with Git server and list the essential protocols that can be used to transfer data
  • recognize the features of Distributed Workflows and recall the various types of Distributed Workflows that can be used to implement a flexible approach of project collaboration
  • describe the concept of Branching and its benefits
  • work with Git commands to manage branches with a focus on creating, switching, and merging branches
  • recall the frameworks that can be used with Git, create a Git repository, and commit files to the repository
  • Course Number:
    it_dogitdj_01_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate