1 - Exploring DevOps
Defining DevOpsWhy Does DevOps Matter?
2 - Core DevOps Principles
The Three WaysThe First WayThe Theory of ConstraintsThe Second WayThe Third WayChaos EngineeringLearning Organizations
3 - Key DevOps Practices
Continuous DeliverySite Reliability & Resilience EngineeringDevSecOpsChatOpsKanban
4 - Business and Technology Frameworks
AgileITSMLeanSafety CultureLearning OrganizationsSociocracy/HolacracyContinuous Funding
5 - Culture, Behaviors & Operating Models
Defining CultureBehavioral ModelsOrganizational maturity modelsTarget Operating Models
6 - Automation & Architecting DevOps Toolchains
7 - Measurement, Metrics, and Reporting
The Importance of MetricsTechnical MetricsBusiness MetricsMeasuring & Reporting Metrics
8 - Sharing, Shadowing and Evolving
Collaborative PlatformsImmersive, Experiential LearningDevOps LeadershipEvolving Change
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
The target audience for the DevOps Foundation course includes Management, Operations, Developers, QA and Testing professionals such as:
Individuals involved in IT development
IT operations or IT service management
Individuals who require an understanding of DevOps principles
IT professionals working within, or about to enter, an Agile Service Design Environment
The following IT roles: Automation Architects, Application Developers, Business Analysts, Business Managers, Business Stakeholders, Change Agents, Consultants, DevOps Consultants, DevOps Engineers, Infrastructure Architect, Integration Specialists, IT Directors, IT Managers, IT Operations, IT Team Leaders, Lean Coaches, Network Administrators, Operations Managers, Project Managers, Release Engineers, Software Developers, Software Tester/QA, System Administrators, Systems Engineers, System Integrators, Tool Providers
Familiarity with IT terminology and IT related work experience are recommended.