PeopleCert DevOps Fundamentals
PeopleCert DevOps Fundamentals Course Details:
DevOps (a clipped compound of "development" and "operations") is a software development methodology that combines software development (Dev) with information technology operations (Ops). The goal of DevOps is to shorten the systems development life cycle while delivering software releases frequently in close alignment with business objectives in a faster, better, and cheaper fashion. The DevOps approach to work covers three critical success factors: cultural shift, improvement of practices and processes, and leverage of automation technologies.
Due to the proven success of the DevOps approach to work, DevOps oriented roles have become a sought-after resource across industries by a constantly growing number of organizations, who need DevOps-savvy people to make the cultural shift, work comfortably in a DevOps environment, and manage an array of technology and tools —referred to collectively as "toolchain" – for process, including but not limited to, coding, building, testing, packaging, releasing, configuring and monitoring.
It’s in this continuously evolving context, that PeopleCert designed a suite of DevOps qualifications that reflects the market need to close the skills-gap that many organizations are facing and support the realization of their business objectives and to improve communication, standardization, collaboration and automation for the delivery of quality software products better, faster and with a lower cost.
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1.1 What Is DevOps
1.1.1 Defining DevOps
1.1.2 The History of DevOps
1.1.3 The DevOps Full Stack
2.0 The Urgency for DevOps
2.1 The Business Value Delivery Problem
2.1.1 Dimensions of Business Value
2.1.2 External Drivers of Change
2.1.3 The Organizational Goals of DevOps
2.2 The IT Value Delivery Problem
2.2.1 IT & Silos
2.2.2 The Negative Influence of Bureaucracy
2.2.3 Complex Processes Result in Waste
2.2.4 A Big Shift is Required
2.2.5 IT Downward Spiral
2.2.6 IT & DevOps
3.0 Key DevOps Principles & Concepts
3.1 C.A.L.M.S. & The Three Ways
3.1.2 The Three Ways
3.2 The Deployment Pipeline
3.2.1 Continuous Delivery Across the Deployment Pipeline
3.3 The Scope of DevOps
3.3.1 DevOps Transforms People & Culture
3.3.2 DevOps Transforms Processes & Practices
3.3.3 DevOps Transforms Technology & Automation
4.0 The Full Stack – People & Culture
4.1 Defining the DevOps Culture
4.1.1 Organizational Culture
4.1.2 Importance of Collaboration
4.2 Transformational Leadership
4.2.1 What is Transformational Leadership
4.2.2 Transformation Leadership Principles
4.3 DevOps Structures & Teaming
4.3.1 Organizational Models for DevOps
4.3.2 The Evolution of DevOps Teams
4.3.3 DevOps Requires Practical Specialists
4.3.4 A Shift to Product & Platform Teams
4.3.5 Building a Cross-Functional Team
5.1.1 DevOps and Other Methodologies
5.2 The 15 Essential Practices of DevOps
5.2.1 Voice of The Customer
5.2.2 Relationship Management
5.2.3 Lean Process Optimization
5.2.4 Value Stream Mapping
5.2.5 Knowledge Management
5.2.6 Visual Management
5.2.7 Agile Project Management & Scrum
5.2.8 Shift Left Testing
5.2.9 Change Control
5.2.10 Service Configuration Management
5.2.11 Release & Deployment Management
5.2.12 Incident Management
5.2.13 Problem Management & Kaizen
5.2.14 Continual Improvement
6.0 The Full Stack – Technology & Automation
6.1 Automation for the Deployment Pipeline
6.1.1 Automation & The Full Stack
6.1.2 Deployment Pipeline Automation
6.1.3 Tools for A DevOps Toolchain
6.1.4 Stages of DevOps Automation
6.2 Cloud Technology and Virtualization
6.2.1 The Emergence of Cloud Technology & Computing
6.2.2 Cloud Computing Deployment & Service Models
6.3 Architecting for Continuous Delivery
6.3.1 Product & Platform Teams
6.3.2 Containerization & Microservices
6.3.3 Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
*Please Note: Course Outline is subject to change without notice. Exact course outline will be provided at time of registration.
Candidates will learn how to improve team collaboration and communication using the DevOps full-stack approach, resulting in a faster, better, and cost-efficient delivery of business value.
Bridging DevOps and IT processes:
Understand the importance of tools integration and automation in the DevOps work context, as critical factors to improve the workflow between development and operations.
Real-life application scenarios:
Learn through hands-on guidance how the DevOps cultural and professional movement supports organisational efforts to reduce costs, while increasing agility, speed of execution, and output quality.
For whom is DevOps Fundamentals designed?
The DevOps Fundamentals qualification is designed for professionals involved in software or application development and IT operations. Additionally, business analysts, project and product managers, as well as anyone interested in the topic may benefit from PeopleCert DevOps Fundamentals.
DevOps Qualifications are designed for team members and leaders involved in software or applications development and IT operations. Further professionals that may benefit from gaining DevOps knowledge are business analysts, project and product managers, as well as anyone aspiring to gain knowledge of DevOps practices.