DevOps Professsional Training

 

DevOps Professional Training and Certification

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DevOps Professional Training Course Features

  • Interactive instructor-led DevOps Professional training
  • Highly qualified, certified, and accredited trainers
  • DevOps Professional course adhered to global standards
  • Get DevOps Professional Study Guide created by subject matter experts
  • 96% pass success rate
  • Get to know industry best practices and case studies
  • Prepare better with mock sample tests
  • EXIN official DevOps Professional certificate

Insights about DevOps Professional Training Course

Job roles that can benefit from DevOps Professional certification training include, but are not limited to:

  • Software and Website Developers
  • System Engineers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Product and Service Owners
  • Project Managers
  • Test Engineers
  • IT Service Management operating and support staff
  • Process Managers
  • Lean IT Professionals
  • Agile Scrum practitioners
  • Type: Multiple choice examination questions
  • No Of Questions: 40 questions
  • Examination duration: 90 minutes’ duration
  • Type: Closed book
  • Result: 65% required to pass

There are no pre-requisite criteria to take up DevOps Professional examination. But, it is recommended you have pre-knowledge of Agile, Lean or ITSM and attend a DevOps Professional training from an accredited training provider.

It will be beneficial if you are certified in EXIN Agile Scrum Foundation/Lean IT Foundation/EXIN IT Service Management Foundation before taking up DevOps Professional, though it is not mandatory.

The course structure or outline of the instructor-led DevOps Professional exam preparation training program is as follows:

  • DevOps Adoption
  • The First Way: Flow
  • The Second Way: Feedback
  • The Third Way: Continual Learning and Experimentation
  • Information Security and Change Management

Syllabus of DevOps Professional Training

  • DevOps Adoption
  • The First Way: Flow
  • The Second Way: Feedback
  • The Third Way: Continual Learning and Experimentation
  • Information Security and Change Management

DevOps Professional Training Agenda

The daily agenda of the 2-day DevOps Professional training is detailed below:

    • Basic Concepts of DevOps
      • The candidate can...
      • Describe basic DevOps concepts like continuous delivery, Agile infrastructure, Kata, WIP, technical debt and lead time
    • Principles of the Three Ways
      • The candidate can...
      • Distinguish the principles of flow, feedback and continuous learning and experimentation.
      • Explain the difference between System of Records (SoR) and System of Engagement (SoE) in relationship to DevOps.
    • Organization
      • The candidate can...
      • Explain how the several DevOps roles work together in order to add value to the business.
      • Explain the differences between I-shape, T-shape, and E-shape in relationship to DevOps.
      • Explain how to integrate Operations into the daily work of Development.
    • Deployment Pipeline
      • The candidate can...
      • Choose techniques, such as infrastructure as code and containers, to solve a deployment pipeline problem.
      • Choose the best solution to optimize the value stream.
      • Assess a shared version control repository for completeness.
      • Adapt the Definition of Done (DoD) in order to reflect the DevOps principles.
      • Explain how tooling can be used to automate the building and configuration of the environment.
    • Automated Testing
      • The candidate can...
      • Explain the difference between a non-ideal testing pyramid and an ideal testing pyramid.
      • Select the intended use of test-driven development in a flow.
    • Continuous Integration
      • The candidate can...
      • Choose the optimal branching strategy.
      • Explain the influence of technical debt on the flow.
      • Explain how to eliminate technical debt.
    • Low-risk Releases
      • The candidate can...
      • Discriminate the several release and deployment patterns in order to enable low-risk releases.
      • Select the right architectural archetype to use.
    • Telemetry
      • The candidate can...
      • Describe how telemetry can contribute to optimizing the value stream.
      • Describe the monitoring framework components.
      • Explain the added value of self-service access to telemetry.
    • Feedback
      • The candidate can...
      • Solve deployment problems using fix forward and roll back techniques.
      • Change launching guidance requirements checklists to fit into a DevOps guidance.
      • Apply safety checks using the Launch Readiness Review (LRR) and the Hand-Off Readiness Review (HRR).
      • Explain how user experience (UX) design can be used as a feedback mechanism.
    • Hypothesis-Driven Development and A/B Testing
      • The candidate can...
      • Explain how A/B testing can be integrated into a release and into feature testing.
      • Explain how hypothesis-driven development can aid the delivery of expected outcome.
    • Review and Coordination
      • The candidate can...
      • Examine the effectiveness of a pull request process.
      • Explain the review techniques: pair programming, over-the-shoulder, e-mail pass-around and tool-assisted code review.
      • Choose the best review technique for a given situation.
    • Learning
      • The Candidate can...
      • Differentiate between the several Simian Army Monkey types to improve learning.
      • Conduct a blameless post-mortem meeting.
      • Explain how the injection of production failure creates resilience.
      • Explain when to use game days.
    • Discoveries
      • The candidate can...
      • Describe how to use (codified) non-functional requirements (NFR) to design for Operations.
      • Explain how to build reusable operations user stories into development.
      • Explain which objects should be stored in the single shared source code repository.
      • Explain how to convert local discoveries into global improvements.
    • Information Security
      • The candidate can...
      • Explain how to integrate preventative security controls.
      • Explain how to integrate security in the deployment pipeline.
      • Explain how to use telemetry for enhancing security.
    • Change Management
      • The candidate can...
      • Explain how to maintain security during the change.
      • Explain how to maintain compliance during the change.

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