Introduction to DevOps – Beginner

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DevOps is a critical set of practices, tools, and a cultural philosophy that automate and integrate the processes between software development and IT teams. At CLC our course is designed to empower users to develop top level DevOps skills that emphasize team empowerment, cross-team communication and collaboration, and technology automation, allowing a single team to handle the entire application lifecycle, from development to testing, deployment, and operations.

Duration: 4 Hours

 

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DevOps is a set of practices, tools, and a cultural philosophy that automate and integrate the processes between software development and IT teams. It emphasizes team empowerment, cross-team communication and collaboration, and technology automation. DevOps allows a single team to handle the entire application lifecycle, from development to testing, deployment, and operations. The DevOps movement began around 2007 when the software development and IT operations communities raised concerns about the traditional software development model. The goal of DevOps is to increase an organization’s speed when it comes to delivering applications and services.

DevOps culture has taken over the software industry and permanently changed the way many organizations do their work. DevOps is a culture of collaboration between Development and Operations teams that is supported by a variety of practices and tools. Through practices such as monitoring, CI/CD, and blameless retrospectives we can reliably deliver software with great speed and high-quality. In this course, you will learn about this culture, these practices, and more!

Take-Away Skills:

Here’s what you’ll be learning in this course:

  • The steps that change to software go through to get from a developer’s computer to its users
  • The role and responsibilities of a traditional Operations team
  • An overview of modern infrastructure management
  • The difference between a DevOps culture and that of a traditional organization
  • The purposes of key practices such as CI/CD, monitoring, and containerization
  • The role of scalability, observability, and resiliency in a modern software system

 Welcome to Introduction to DevOps

Learn what the Introduction to DevOps course has in store!

Introduction to DevOps Culture and Processes

Learn about the process of making code available to users and the elements of a DevOps culture!

Infrastructure

Learn about the ways system infrastructure is managed from both a traditional and a DevOps perspective!

Monitoring

Learn how we can apply monitoring to gain insights into how our systems are doing!

Resiliency

Learn about the ways in which our systems can be resilient to problems!

Duration

5 Hours

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One to One, Small Group

Coding Hours

4

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