DevOps for Leaders and Managers Workshop

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Course Overview

The DevOps for Leaders and Managers workshop provides leaders with the information and tools to create their own DevOps strategy and plan.  While the workshop address the major DevOps areas, it tailors itself to focus on the areas that are of primary concern to the participants.  It covers many of the core DevOps patterns and themes and discusses the implications and derived benefits of each.  These themes include the foundational practices of Continuous Integration, the core practices of Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment and advanced topics like leveraging cloud infrastructure and automated monitoring.


Course Objectives: 

Participants in this workshop will understand the goals and challenges of establishing a DevOps culture and practices in their organizational context.  Equipped with the workshop information and assisted by the Net Objective's consultants, the participants will Develop a plan for their organization to move forward in DevOps methods and culture.

Target Audience:

Primary Audience: 

This workshop is intended for managers and key leaders of development and operations groups that are exploring how to implement DevOps patterns in their organization.

Learning Objectives: 

A the end of this workshop, you will have done the following:

  • Develop a common understanding of DevOps including terms and common patterns 
  • Review of common DevOps patterns, architectures and tool categories 
  • Review the benefits and the challenges of developing DevOps practices 
  • Develop a deeper understanding of their own organizations challenges, hurdles and obstacles to implementing DevOps 
  • Identify organizational collaboration tools needed to bridge the gaps between Development, Test and Operations 
  • Describe management decisions that drive the DevOps transition (inflection points) 
  • Establishing a common understanding
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Any Certifications/PDUs


Maximum Number in Class

24 (Approximate. Depends upon make up and experience level of team.)
Room Setup and Equipment Needed

One computer per two students.
Students usually sit at tables, 4-6 students per table.
Flip chart and whiteboard for the instructor.
A projector with screen.