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Find out how to use Github actions for CI/CD DevOps pipelines

Find out how to use Github actions for CI/CD DevOps pipelines

With Github Actions, you can learn how to make CI/CD pipelines for web, database, container, and cloud apps that are used by DevOps.

What you’ll learn

Find out how to use Github actions for CI/CD DevOps pipelines

  • The principles of using Github Actions to create CI/CD pipelines
  • Best practices for editing Github processes
  • Using a Pul Request, Tag, Push, or Schedule to start a process
  • DevOps pipeline development for web applications, container applications, and databases
  • Using the Azure Cloud to deploy apps and infrastructure
  • Using Github Actions with Terraform and Bicep (Infrastructure as Code)
  • To execute the pipelines, you’ll need to create a custom runner.
  • DevSecOps concepts should be implemented.


  • It is not necessary to have any prior DevOps expertise. This course will take you from the very beginning to the very end.
  • A basic understanding of Git and Github is required.


DevOps has become critical for organizations looking to automate and modernize their workloads. It’s never been simpler to develop a pipeline that can handle all of the stages necessary to build “almost” any form of application and deploy it to “nearly” any environment thanks to its features.

Many well-known technologies, such as Jenkins, Gitlab CI, Azure DevOps Pipelines, and others, are available to deploy DevOps. One of these tools is Github Actions. Github’s prominence as a platform for hosting source code, which has more than 50 million users, contributed to its growth. Developing and putting the code into production on the same platform seemed like the most logical choice.

This course will show you how to set up CI/CD DevOps pipelines to take your code and build, scan, test, and deploy it to development, test, and production environments, whether on-premise or in the cloud.

We’ll teach you how to use Github Actions with a variety of demos.

Who this course is for:

  • All Github Actions are for beginners (developers, operations, and DevOps).
  • Developers who are already familiar with Git and Github and want to learn about another amazing Github feature.
  • Experts in operations are seeking to leverage Github to automate infrastructure deployment.

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