This is an introductory course to Devops, a cohesive, widely used methodology that covers both processes and technical aspects of software development. The course is a great way to gain a basic understanding of a modern way of creating, managing and delivering software projects that is being used by top software companies throughout the globe.
After the course you will have a basic understanding of what Devops is and how it relates to modern software development. You will know about different components and technologies associated with Devops and about the mindset that enables software development in the most modern way possible.
You will learn that software is best not developed as a huge monolith, but as a collection of components that can be independently developed, updated and deployed in a manner that is agile, modern and cost-effective.
IT professionals who have some amount of technical knowledge and are interested in understanding more about Devops and its benefits.
The material of the course is in English. The course can be delivered in both English and Finnish. The open course is run in Finnish, if no English speaking attendees are present.
During the course you will learn:
- What is Devops and how modern software development is done
- What are the benefits of Devops in different parts of the development process
- Basics of provisioning, continuous integration and delivery
- How to get started with Devops
Devops Introduction, Course contents
Introduction to agile software development and devops
- Modern Software Development Methods
- What is DevOps?
- Benefits of DevOps in different parts of development process
- How to get started
Introduction to provisioning with Ansible
Introduction to continuous integration and delivery
When the course is delivered as a customer-specific course, the introduction to provisioning with Ansible can be changed to introduction to virtualization with Vagrant. Please contact Tieturi sales at email@example.com for more information on a customer-specific course.
The course is developed in co-operation with Eficode.