DevOps Foundation Certification

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Description

This course provides an introduction to DevOps � the cultural and professional movement that stresses communication, collaboration, integration, and automation in order to improve the flow of work between software developers and IT operations professionals. Improved workflows will result in an improved ability to design, develop, deploy, and operate software and services faster.� Students attending the DOI DevOps Foundation� course will receive a voucher to take the DOI DevOps Foundation exam.

Audience

The target audience for the Foundation qualification are Management, Operations, Developers, QA, Testing, Service Management including:�

  • Individuals involved in IT development, IT operations or IT service management
  • Individuals who require a detailed understanding of DevOps principles
  • IT professionals working within, or about to enter, an Agile Service Design Environment

The following IT roles:

  • DevOps Engineers
  • Integration Specialists
  • Operations Managers
  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Project Managers
  • Business Managers
  • Automation Architects
  • Application Developer / Software Programmer
  • Software Tester / QA
  • Business (Requirements) Analyst

Prerequisites

Familiarity with IT and IT service management is recommended.

Learning Objectives

The learning objectives for DevOps Foundation include an understanding of:�

  • DevOps objectives and vocabulary
  • Benefits to the business
  • Concepts and practices � including its relationship to Agile, Lean and IT Service Management (ITSM)
  • Improved workflows
  • Improved communication and feedback loops
  • Reliance on automation
  • Applying DevOps in an enterprise environment
  • Critical success factors and key performance indicators
  • Real-life examples and results

The candidate will be guided to understand:

  • Basic concepts
  • Value of DevOps
  • Organizational considerations
  • Culture
  • Practices
  • Automation
  • Key principles and terminology
  • Relationship to other frameworks