DevOps: Setting Up A Local DevOps Lab Environment

Learn How To Set Up A DevOps Lab Environment that consists of Virtual Desktops and Servers
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5,109 students
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You will learn how to install and configure Oracle VirtualBox
You will learn how to create Virtual Servers just like the ones in the cloud
You will learn how to create Virtual Desktops
You will learn how to connect to the Virtual Machines securely through SSH


  • Intrests in the Subject
  • Basic understanding of Linux commands
  • A 64bit computer with at least 8GB of RAM installed
  • An Internet Connection


Taking this course will give you a very reliable environment to practice what you have been learning on DevOps Engineering.

The environment we are creating will be similar to what you'll get from Cloud Service Providers like Amazon, Azure, Digital Ocean and the rest but without fear of charges.

If you are new to the DevOps things, this course is a must as it will give you enough room to practice because the only way to be good at anything is to practice often.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner DevOps Engineers who need free environment to practice
  • Developers who want environments to test their codes before committing to Cloud Service Providers

Course content

5 sections13 lectures43m total length
  • Introduction
  • Course Prerequisite
  • What You Will Learn In This Course
  • Important: My System Information


Web Developer, System Admin, DevOps & Cloud Specialist
Dare Soremi
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 389 Reviews
  • 7,850 Students
  • 4 Courses

I am a full-stack web developer, a system administrator, a cloud computing specialist and a DevOps engineer.

Over the last 4 years, my major focus has been on DevOps Engineering.

My mission here is to make Practical DevOps Engineering easy for anyone willing to build a career in the field through series of Projects-based Tutorials