Certified DevOps Fundamentals
Did you know that Netflix, Spotify and Facebook are rapidly transforming their IT by succesfully implementing DevOps principles? Fortunately, you don't have to be a hot internet company or a gigantic enterprise to be a DevOps leader. Companies large and small, young and old, have magnificently made the transition and have the proof of success in their pockets:
up to 200 times faster software deployment,
30 times increased deployment frequency,
60 times higher change success rates.
DevOps training is the starting point for an organization going on the DevOps journey. Improved workflows and faster deployment starts with a core understanding of DevOps fundamental concepts by anyone involved in an agile and/or DevOps team.
To obtain your certification, there will be an exam on the last day of the course. It is a closed-book format which takes 60 minutes for 40 multiple choice questions. You have to pass with minimal 65 % to obtain the certificate.
The 3-day DevOps Fundamentals course provides an extensive introduction to the core Agile DevOps principles covering the essential knowledge and skill competences that have been defined by the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA). This course is designed to provide the core education necessary to build your DevOps vocabulary and to understand its principles and practices. With the help of key DevOps concepts and terminology, real-life case studies, examples and interactive group discussions and extensive exercises in each module you will acquire a fundamental understanding of DevOps.
After this training, you will:
know the core concepts and principles of DevOps;
know the essence of a DevOps culture & understand the key elements of a DevOps culture;
know the important aspects when creating a DevOps culture;
know the Operational models of DevOps;
understand the need for autonomous teams;
understand the impact of DevOps on Architecture with respect to deployment;
understand governance within DevOps teams;
understand Agile, Scrum and Kanban and how these practices relate to one another;
understand how ITSM processes relate to practices in a DevOps culture;
understand how lean is used to optimise processes;
know how to provide a Value Stream Map for a given process;
understand the way to harvest new and innovative ideas;
know the impact of automation on Software Delivery processes;
understand the benefits and core principles of Continuous Delivery;
describe the key cloud principles for DevOps organisations;
know the relevance of monitoring and logging DevOps.
This training is suitable for:
Individuals involved in IT development, IT operations or IT service management
Individuals whose role is touched by DevOps and continuous delivery, such as the following IT roles:
Incident & change managers
Introduction to Business Intelligence
Operational data sources
Why is BI useful and valuable?
The knowledge pyramid
Data is wisdom
Who to involve in a BI project
Database architect & administrator
ETL architect & developer
Where to start
Garbage in, garbage out
Project sponsor MIA
IT only sponsor
What is it?
Objectives of data warehousing
Components of a data warehouse
Pentaho of ETL and Qlikview for visualization
Dimensional modelling methodology
Slowly changing dimensions
Dates will be announced soon
1.917 EUR (VAT excluded) per person
This training qualifies for the SME portfolio (KMO portefeuille)
From 9 AM to 5 PM
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