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The course highlights underpinning processes, metrics, APls and cultural considerations with Continuous Delivery. This certification positions learners to successfully complete the Certified Engineering Foundation (DOEF) exam.
Learners will gain an understanding of DevOps, the cultural and professional movement that stresses communication, collaboration, integration, and automation to improve the flow of work between software developers and IT operations professionals.
By the conclusion of this dynamic workshop – you will be prepared with the skills, knowledge, and experience to not only explain DevOps , but also learn to automation and devops toolchains.
Become a catalyst for change by helping your teams and programs apply these concepts to become resilient, learning organizations able to thrive in today’s emerging markets.
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Sound DevOps engineering depends on a foundational understanding of DevOps principles, practices, related frameworks, performance, and benefits.
The technology heart of DevOps is source and artifact control, CI/CD pipeline, tools and toolchains, application release automation, and value stream management.
Modular applications architected as microservices, packaged in containers, work best with continuous integration processes.
Fast DevOps lead times require that testing solutions be engineered around key tenets of continuous testing, strategies for test creation, TDD, test acceleration, test results, test management, and test environment management.
DevOps works best when engineered for virtual and cloud resources using configuration management, infra-as-code, containers orchestration, and GitOps.
DevOps for Continuous Delivery and Deployment requires engineering release automation and leveraging deployment strategies.
Visibility and controls for DevOps require metrics, monitoring, observability, and governance.
DevOps cannot succeed in engineering technology and processes alone. The right culture, specific team technologies, commitment to continuous learning, and awareness of future DevOps trends are essential.
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Attend this 4-half day course and work in small teams to build a secure continuous delivery pipeline while learning the DevOps Engineering Foundation theory. The course takes you through small assignments, so you learn by doing. You don’t need to be technical to take this course. This course is recommended for Dev, Ops, Security, and Infrastructure teams as well as scrum masters.
30+ Tools and techniques to improve product delivery, automate delivery pipelines and team collaboration
Build an automated software delivery pipeline. Learn the constraints and the value of Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Testing, and Continuous Delivery
Industry leading DevOps certification from DevOps Institute. This certification validates understanding of the foundational knowledge, principles and practices from a technical perspective needed to engineer a successful DevOps solution.
Real life case studies of successful DevOps Implementations
Buy the hands-on lab valued at $1095 for only $395 as an add-on with this course
In these hands-on labs you will use GitHub Actions to create a CICD pipeline all the way from making a code change to deploying that change to a production environment. DevOps is a combination of Culture, Tools and Practices. One of the important practice is building CICD pipeline. And this lab gives you an opportunity to create one using GitHub Actions. You will be given all the required resources to create your pipeline.
Create a pull request from the Base branch into the new-feature branch. Then build and launch the applications locally on your AWS Cloud9 IDE (Integrated development environment). This will create a local version of your web application.
Use GitHub Actions workflows to create Continuous Integration pipeline. Trigger your CI workflow after a push event on your feature branch.
Add test and deploy phases in your workflow yaml file and create Continuous Delivery pipeline. This lab uses AWS EC2 server to deploy your application. You will also have access to optional labs to explore GitHub actions artifacts and to try running multiple test phases in parallel
Create a sample Python application and write test cases for the same. You will use test driven development methodology and write test cases first, then you will write code to pass the test cases.
In this optional lab you can explore docker containers. Use existing docker images to create and run containers or create docker images for your existing application.
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We understand that things can change, to cancel or substitute your registration for future date please contact us via email email@example.com or call us at 201-374-0893. Please note! Cancellation is possible up to 5 days before the start of a course with full refund excluding 4% transaction fee. Cancellation request received within 5 full business days prior to the course, will receive a credit (no cash value) towards a future workshop. No credits or refunds will be available for participants who fail to attend after the class starts.
This class is scheduled for four days for 4 hours each in which the first half is live online training on DevOps theory, the second half is focused on learning the material required to take the DevOps institute test. There are several small breaks planned so that you can learn the material in shorter chunks
An understanding and knowledge of common DevOps terminology and concepts and related work experience are recommended. You don’t need to be technical to take this course. The course materials will include practical artifacts, templates, and labs that will prepare learners successfully complete the Continuous Delivery
Ecosystem Foundation (CDEF) exam.
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