DevOps Roadmap Overview

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Course Overview

The conversations about DevOps have moved from the bleeding edge to something that every corporation is talking about. But what exactly is DevOps? What would it mean to implement DevOps Practices, or teams, or culture? How can you separate the hype from the reality? What is realistically possible? And, what is only a fantasy for most organizations? This course provides you with an overview of the DevOps goals, practices and tools. This information can prepare you to identify what is possible and practical in your organization. Most importantly, this course will enable you to see the enormous benefits that you can reap through implementing DevOps in your organization.


Course Objectives: 

Participants will understand the core principles, practices and tool categories that are part of a DevOps implementation and culture. They will also understand the enormous benefits that their organization would gain by implementing DevOps practices and culture.

Target Audience:

Primary Audience: 

This course is intended for technical leaders and managers from development and operations groups that are exploring what DevOps is and how they might use it.

Learning Objectives: 

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

  • Develop a common understanding of DevOps including terms and common patterns
  • Gain an understanding of the benefits of implementing DevOps practices
  • Review common Continuous Integration patterns, architectures and tool categories
  • Gain an understanding of Continuous Delivery architectures, frameworks and tool categories
  • Gain an understanding of Continuous Deployment frameworks, tool categories and options
  • Review advanced DevOps patterns including Cloud deployment and Microservices


Course Description PDF: 

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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.