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This foundational CBT Nuggets DevOps course prepares learners to identify, use and even deploy DevOps principles, with an understanding of DevOps jobs, career paths, methodologies and approaches.
In the ongoing fight against bad production deployments, wasted time, working late into the night to avoid risking production servers and general inefficiencies, the best weapon in any company's arsenal has got to be DevOps. This training is meant to orient and familiarize anyone with the general concepts of DevOps and how they can get implemented into an organization or workcenter to speed up work, make deployments more stable, and automate tons of work. If you have any lingering uncertainty about what DevOps is, or how it can fundamentally alter and improve how you deliver services, applications and business capabilities, take this introductory training.
After completing this Intro to DevOps training, you'll know how to identify, use and even deploy DevOps principles, with an understanding of DevOps jobs, career paths, methodologies and approaches.
For anyone who manages their organization's IT training, this CBT Nuggets training can be used to onboard new IT professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a CBT Nuggets reference resource.
Intro to DevOps: What You Need to Know
For any new IT professional looking to improve their proficiency with DevOps, this CBT Nuggets course covers topics such as:
- Fundamentals of DevOps
- Using certifications to further a career with DevOps
- Identifying jobs that rely on DevOps
- Incorporating technologies that enable DevOps
- Using DevOps principles for updates and version control
- Containerization, push and pull, and configuration management in DevOps
Who Should Take DevOps Training?
This DevOps training is considered foundational-level CBT Nuggets training, which means it was designed for new IT professionals with 6 months of experience — or no experience at all. This DevOps course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced new IT professionals looking to validate foundational skills, and non-technical professionals.
Devops user training. If you don't work in a technical field, you can still benefit from DevOps training. Try and imagine doing your job without computer programs: a computer program takes manual tasks and automates them so you can do the thinking. DevOps does the same thing for business operations: tedious and ultimately needless tasks can be automated so that the company operates like a program for efficiency and profit. This training opens the door to understanding how DevOps does that, and how you can implement it.
New or aspiring IT professionals. DevOps has been around for ten years, and more and more companies are recognizing the extreme value of it and implementing it. But "too many cooks spoil the soup" — and those companies don't exclusively need people who know how to set-up and run a DevOps implementation, they need people who can operate inside a DevOps environment. Be a more effective team player and learn how DevOps can make you a better IT professional with this training.