Training & Certifications

The DevOps Foundation program gives a gauge comprehension of key DevOps wording to guarantee everybody is talking a similar language and features the advantages of DevOps to help authoritative achievement. Participants will increase a comprehension of DevOps, the social and expert development that burdens correspondence, coordinated effort, mix, and mechanization to improve the progression of work between programming designers and IT tasks experts.

By the end of the program, participants will be able to understand:

  • DevOps goals and jargon
  • Benefits to the business and IT
  • Principles and works on including Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, testing, security and the Three Ways
  • DevOps relationship to Agile, Lean and ITSM
  • Improved work processes, correspondence and input circles
  • Automation works on including arrangement pipelines and DevOps toolchains
  • Scaling DevOps for the undertaking
  • Critical achievement factors and key execution markers
  • Real-life models and results

This program is suitable for:

  • Individuals associated with IT improvement, IT tasks or IT administration the executives
  • Individuals who require a comprehension of DevOps standards
  • IT experts working inside, or going to enter, an Agile Service Design Environment
  • Other IT jobs

This program is a 2-day intensive training class.

Participants will be assessed with DevOps Foundation exam consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions. They will be given 60 minutes to finish the exam. The passing score to obtain the certification is 65%.

Participants who successfully passed the exam will be awarded with DevOps Foundation Certification from DevOps Institute.

  1. Defining DevOps
  2. Why Does DevOps Matter?
  1. The Three Ways
  2. The First Way
  3. The Theory of Constraints
  4. The Second Way
  5. The Third Way
  6. Chaos Engineering
  7. Learning Organizations
  1. Continuous Delivery
  2. Site Reliability & Resilience Engineering
  3. DevSecOps
  4. ChatOps
  5. Kanban
  1. Agile
  2. ITSM
  3. Lean
  4. Safety Culture
  5. Learning Organizations
  6. Sociocracy/Holacracy
  7. Continuous Funding
  1. Defining Culture
  2. Behavioral Models
  3. Organizational maturity models
  4. Target Operating Models
  1. CI/CD
  2. Cloud
  3. Microservices/Containers
  4. DevOps Toolchain
  1. The Importance of Metrics
  2. Technical Metrics
  3. Business Metrics
  4. Measuring & Reporting Metrics
  1. Collaborative Platforms
  2. Immersive, Experiential Learning
  3. DevOps Leadership
  4. Evolving Change

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