Golang For DevOps And Cloud Engineers is a Golang training course for DevOps and Cloud Engineers published on Udemy Academy. The GO programming language, which is also known as Golang, was created as an open source by Google and is used on famous websites such as YouTube and SoundCloud, and for this reason, many people are interested in learning this language today. The features of this language include fast compilation, fast execution and static typing. If you are interested in learning this language to create your next program, this course will be right for you.
In this training course, you will be shown how to use the REST API of various services, and while learning this topic, you will get to know the Go language step by step. In the next steps of this course, you will be shown how to communicate with the AWS API, and you will also learn how to use the Kubernetes API using the Kubernetes go-client. It should be noted that the subtitles of this course are prepared in English and placed in the content and are not generated automatically.
Who is this course suitable for?
- DevOps or Cloud engineers looking to start using Golang
- Anyone who is interested in Golang
- Anyone who wants to use Golang to integrate with AWS / Kubernetes / REST APIs
What you will learn in Golang For DevOps And Cloud Engineers course:
- Golang basics with examples
- Use Golang as a DevOps or cloud engineer with specific use cases.
- How to use the AWS Go SDK
- How to use the Azure Go SDK
- How to use Kubernetes API and Go SDK
- Writing an Identity Provider with OpenID Connect
- And …
Golang For DevOps And Cloud Engineers course specifications:
Instructor: Edward Viaene
Education level: Advanced
Number of lessons: 30
Duration of training: 6 hours and 4 minutes
Headlines of the Golang For DevOps And Cloud Engineers course :
Some scripting or programming experience will be a plus, as not every fundamental concept will be explained
If you’re planning to use AWS or Kubernetes with Go, you’ll need some basic AWS/Kubernetes experience
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