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DevOps (Development Operations) is the amalgamation of Software Development and IT Operations, which stresses the collaboration and communication of these two groups within an organisation. The aims of DevOps are to increase the ability to deliver product at a faster rate, reduce inefficiencies, improve customer satisfaction and service, and improve reliability.
DevOps was a term coined in 2009 and as the name suggests, is an abbreviation for Development Operations. It’s an integration of IT operations and software development within cloud computing platforms, with an emphasis on communication and collaboration between project management, software development, and operations professionals.
IT operations and software development are often regarded as two completely independent groups, however, they heavily rely on each other. This independence leads to complications and a breakdown in communication, thus resulting in decreased effectivity, wasted time, and decreased profits. DevOps breaks down the traditional silos and integrates the two specialisations, allowing them to collaborate and communicate effectively. DevOps insists on small updates frequently, microservices structure, collaboration and communication, and monitoring and logging.
DevOps is unique in its approach. It is not defined as a product or framework but instead concentrates on 6 key principles. The first principle is that all action must be customer focused. The next one is that the final product must always be taken into consideration at every step. Accountability and ownership of all team members form the third principle. The fourth principle is a cross-functional collaboration of teams. The penultimate principle is the continual improvement at shorter intervals. The sixth and final principle is focused on enhancing the quality whilst maximising flow.
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Small updates frequently – This diminishes the risk of large-scale issues arising and increases predictability. It also improves customer satisfaction and issues can be resolved relatively quickly during updates as well as general improvements in the service or product.
Microservices structure – The infrastructure of the organisation is not large complex systems but instead smaller individual components, each with a very specific job role. This minimises the risk of confusion and of a task being overlooked or repeated.
Collaboration and Communication – The cooperation and close proximity that DevOps facilitates, of these two traditionally independent teams, brings a multitude of benefits. One of the biggest advantages is the time-saving effect, due to some of the reasons listed below:
Monitoring and logging – This factor entails continually reviewing performance, any obstacles that have arisen, and how changes have affected the user. Doing so will allow organisations to ensure that the same issues do not arise again, guarantee that they are swiftly dealt with, and pinpoint areas that are successful so that they can be replicated elsewhere.
This 2-day course forms an introduction to DevOps and aims to equip delegates with a thorough and complete understanding of the DevOps culture.
Certified Agile DevOps Professional training course provides DevOps culture within the Agile methodology. Once CADOP (Certified Agile DevOps Professional) certified, delegates are tasked with implementing an Agile mindset within an entire IT organisation as part of a DevOps environment.
Certified DevOps Professional course is a 2-day workshop for IT Security professionals, who have experience of DevOps, and aspire to alter their current IT security guidelines so that they are aligned to a DevOps environment.
DevOps Security places an emphasis on communication, continual security monitoring, cross-collaboration between teams, shorter development iterations, transparency and sharing information, regular testing, and business-focused security services.