Moogsoft AIOps Implementer Training
The AIOps Implementer Training provides an in-depth exploration of the AIOps implementation process, and shows students how to configure and run the AIOps components, including thorough use of LAMBots, MooBots, and other product components. The student will learn the entire AIOps data workflow, from event ingestion through Situation management, and will learn which components perform each task, how each component is implemented, how to configure each component, and what the main integration and extension points are throughout the workflow. Note that the Implementer role generally covers topics requiring direct access to the AIOps machine via SSH. Most UI-based administration and configuration topics are not covered in the Implementer role. These topics are covered in the Administrator training.
After completing this course, students will have the knowledge they need to begin implementing AIOps functionality or to work on an existing AIOps implementation at the code and configuration level.
*The labs in the implementer class involve console access to the lab systems via ssh. To take full advantage of all the Implementor labs you will need to have a ssh client (like putty) and be able to access the standard ssh port (port 22) on our training systems from your location. If you can not access port 22 from your location due to company firewalls you will be assigned a limited version of the labs.
The Moogsoft Instructor will not be in a position to assist in the installation of a ssh client nor will they be able to troubleshoot port 22 connectivity issues for individuals.
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This course is intended for students who will be responsible for understanding and changing the AIOps server-side configuration, or who will be implementing an AIOps deployment. It makes extensive use of Linux command line operations and scripts. Students will perform a number of hands-on labs via the Linux command line, and familiarity with basic Linux commands and editors is highly recommended.