Lab Environment

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a lab environment in DevOps?
DevOps is the combination of software development and IT operations. A lab environment in DevOps is an isolated virtual environment which contains all the tools required to perform several roles related to DevOps. It can be used for testing applications, servers and infrastructure changes without affecting the main environment of your work.
CloudLabs provides DevOps hands-on labs to make you familiar with the real-world scenarios.
How do you build a lab environment?
You will be able to build lab environments through CloudLabs for different cloud providers such as Azure, AWS, and GCP. CloudLabs supports automation of the environments using IaC and PowerShell/Bash scripts, which ensures a consistent environment that can be delivered to the end user.
You can find more details on how to build a lab environment in CloudLabs at docs.cloudlabs.ai
How do I create a lab environment in Azure?
You can create a lab environment in Azure using Azure Lab Services or you can directly deploy environments in Azure for each user and provide access separately.
CloudLabs takes care of all the complex management by providing a platform that takes care of the deployment, allocation, and deletion of the environment for you. You can find more details on how to create a lab environment in Azure through CloudLabs at docs.cloudlabs.ai
How do I create a lab environment in AWS?
CloudLabs supports provisioning lab environments with the required automation utilizing Cloud Formation Templates or any IaC.
You can find more details on how to create a lab environment in AWS through CloudLabs at docs.cloudlabs.ai
How do you set up a virtual lab environment?
You can find details on how to set up a virtual lab environment through CloudLabs at docs.cloudlabs.ai