Platform Ops Boot Camp

The Platform Ops Boot Camp is an onsite or remote 5-day instructor-led course that teaches participants how to operate, maintain and monitor an OutSystems Infrastructure, with focus on real-life planning and execution on best practices, to guarantee a healthy, performant and scalable OutSystems Infrastructure.

By the end of the week, you will have the knowledge to manage the operations and troubleshoot your OutSystems Infrastructure.

Also, you’ll be able to take a shot at the Professional Platform Ops Engineer certification for free!

What will you learn?

You will learn how to:

  • Debug issues related with stability and performance
  • Scale existing systems to cope with new requirements
  • Keep OutSystems updated with the latest features and fixes
  • Maintain a healthy pipeline in terms of operations to facilitate its management
  • … and much more.

What’s the agenda?

 Day 1   

  • Platform Presentation 
  • Pre-reqs en System Requirements 
  • Install & Setup 
  • SSL Certificates Installatiie 
  • IIS Application Pools 
  • Service Center 

 Day 2 

  • Farm Install 
  • LifeTime Install & Setup 
  • Service Center II  
  • OutSystems Zones 
  • Multiple Database Catalogs 

 Day 3 

  • Logging
  • Asynchronous Processes
  • Database Connections
  • SEO
  • Active Directory Authentication
  • LifeTime User Management
  • Release Management

Day 4 

  • Infrastructure Design 
  • Monitoren OutSystems Servers 
  • Platform Update & Upgrade 

Day 5 

  • Tuning 
  • High Availability en Disaster Recovery 
  • Q&A 
  • Sample Test 

Who should attend?

This course is targeted to Operations Engineers / Sysadmins who want to support OutSystems in their on-premises or Cloud systems.

Price per person

€ 3.250,-  (excluding VAT)

Duration of this course

5 days

Course dates

27 - 31 may 2024

The teacher

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"I can share all my practical experience with students. In addition, I learn from the challenges that the students struggle with in daily practice, which I can then process in the next training."

Robert Hantink

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