Organisations should aim to stay ahead of their game and be competitive by releasing the latest updated products regularly, as new players enter the markets every day.
The DevOps Foundation course aims to impart basic understanding of important DevOps terminology so that all its participants are familiar with the language. It also accentuates the advantages of DevOps in supporting organisational success, be it in Singapore or overseas.
With the application of the latest developments from the community as well as real life examples from organisations such as ING Bank and Disney, learners can expect to not only equip themselves with relevant knowledge, but leverage on the interactive exercises to learn actively, ultimately bringing back impactful experiences that can add value to their organisations.
The DevOps training will include ‘The Three Ways’ principle from Gene Kim’s The Phoenix Project, together with the recent updates from the DevOps Institute Upskilling and State of DevOps reports.
The course, intended for a wide-ranging audience, will benefit both the business crowd and the technical crowd. While the former gain mastery over microservices and containers, the latter get to learn the significance of DevOps in cost reduction that comes with improved capacity as well as efficiency to support the organisation’s objectives.
Unique and exciting activities will allow learners to apply the newly learnt concepts, with sample templates and tools provided to use after the class.
Upon completion of the course, you will have a deeper understanding of:
- Objectives of DevOps and vocabulary
- Advantages it brings to IT and business
- Improved workflows, communication and feedback loops
- Principles and practices such as the Three Ways, security, testing, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery
- Relationship of Agile, Lean and ITSM to DevOps
- Scaling DevOps for the enterprise
- Automation practices such as deployment pipelines and DevOps toolchains
- Crucial success factors and KPIs
- Real-life case studies and results
- What is DevOps
○ Defining DevOps
○ Why Does It Matter?
- Core Principles of Devops
○ The Theory of Constraints
○ The First Way
○ The Second Way
○ The Third Way
○ The Three Ways
○ Chaos Engineering
○ Learning Organisations
- Key Practices of DevOps
○ Continuous Delivery
○ Resilience Engineering & Site Reliability
- Frameworks in Business and Technology
○ Safety Culture
○ Learning Organisations
○ Continuous Funding
- Behaviours, Culture & Operating Models
○ Defining Culture
○ Behavioral Models
○ Organisational maturity models
○ Target Operating Models
- Architecting & Automation of DevOps Toolchains
○ DevOps Toolchain
- Metrics, Measurement, and Reporting
○ Why Metrics Is Important
○ Technical Metrics
○ Business Metrics
○ Measuring & Reporting Metrics
- Sharing, Shadowing and Evolving
○ Collaborative Platforms
○ Engaging, Experiential Learning
○ DevOps Leadership
○ Evolving Change