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Atharva Shirdhankar
Atharva Shirdhankar

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Best 3 Youtube channel for Learning DevOps

1.TechWorld with Nana

Techworld with Nana

Website:

TechWorld with Nana

About :

  • TechWorld with Nana youtube channel is focused on Cloud and DevOps founded by @techworld_with_nana .
  • You can find beginner friendly crash course in which you will learn concepts of Docker , Kubernetes , Github Actions , AgroCD , Terraform etc from scratch.

    2.DevOps Directive

    DevOps Directive

    Website:

    DevOps Directive

    About :

  • DevOps Directive youtube channel also focuses on Cloud and DevOps concepts, founded by @sidpalas .
  • You can find beginner friendly tutorial in which you will learn concepts of Docker , Github Actions and Cloud platforms like AWS from scratch.
  • Sid also shares tips and best practices about how to build small size docker images.
  • On DevOps Directive youtube channel you will also find talks and podcast with professionals working in Tech Industry which are hundred percent insightful to watch.

    3.FreeCodeCamp

    FreeCodeCamp

    Website:

    FreeCodeCamp

    About

  • On Freecodecamp youtube channel you will find numereous Devops and Cloud related tutorials and complete crash course t
  • It doesn't focus only on DevOps and Cloud but reason to add the youtube channel in this blog is for getting started with DevOps you need to have basic knowledge of Web Development for which Freecodecamp have covered you. I guess every web languages and framework tutorial are present on FreeCodeCamp.
  • Freecodecamp also has amazing blogs written by amazing professional folks which you will find on there official website.
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