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Learn How To Release Software Faster With DevOps Tools & Best Practices

BCS DevOps Foundation

Our two-day BCS DevOps Foundation training course is a great starting point for an individual or organisation wishing to embark upon the DevOps journey.

A core understanding of fundamental DevOps values, practices and techniques is essential learning, as you move towards improved workflows and faster deployments.

Our BCS DevOps Foundation training course promotes framework-agnostic learning, and core DevOps values will be at the heart of all discussions, citing specific textbook examples to support these values.

DOI DevOps Foundation

Our two-day DOI DevOps Foundation training course provides a baseline understanding of key DevOps terminology to ensure everyone is talking the same language and highlights the benefits of DevOps to support organisational success.

Our DOI DevOps Foundation training course will show you how DevOps can be used to support organisational efforts in reducing costs while increasing agility, quality and customer service.

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation

Our two-day Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation℠ training course Introduces a range of practices for improving service reliability through a mixture of automation, working methods and organisational re-alignment. Tailored for those focused on large-scale service availability.

Our Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation℠ training course highlights the evolution of SRE and its future direction, and equips participants with the practices, methods, and tools to engage people across the organization involved in reliability and stability evidenced through the use of real-life scenarios and case stories.

Adopting DevOps In An ITIL® Environment

Our two-day Adopting DevOps In An ITIL® Environment training course is intended to help organisations with existing ITIL® adoption that are also considering or are in early stages of adopting DevOps practices.

Please Note: Our Adopting DevOps In An ITIL® Environment training course can be delivered as a private training session for your team. Email us at [email protected] or call +44 (0)1539 736 828 for a formal quote.

DevOps Engineering Foundation

Our two-day DevOps Engineering Foundation training course provides the many aspects of DevOps engineering that leaders and practitioners can execute upon. While DevOps Foundation provides an overview of DevOps, this course will look closely at the implementation process from an engineering perspective.

It is an in-depth view of the significant aspects of engineering DevOps. An engineering approach is critical to DevOps journeys. This course provides the foundations of knowledge, principles, and practices from a technical perspective needed to engineer a successful DevOps solution.

Continuous Testing Foundation

Our two-day Continuous Testing Foundation training course will teach you the tools and strategies of a DevOps Test Engineer.  A DevOps Test Engineer plays a crucial role in ensuring the quality, reliability, and efficiency of software development and delivery processes within a DevOps environment.

Our Continuous Testing Foundation training course is unique in the testing training and certification market as it is the first course that addresses testing in a DevOps environment. This includes the active use of test automation, testing earlier in the development cycle, and instilling testing skills in developers, quality assurance, security, and operational teams. 

DevOps Leader

Our two-day DevOps Leader training course will teach you to how to become a tactical and strategic DevOps Leader with the aim of leading a team in design, influence, implementation and motivate the cultural transformation proven to be a critical success factor in DevOps adoption. A DevOps leader understands performance and culture, focusing on what matters, bringing forth ideas for organising workflows, defining meaningful metrics, value stream mapping, and putting it all together.

SecDevOps Foundation

Our three-day SecDevOps Foundation training course will provide you with the means in taking a modern approach that combines the principles and practices of DevOps with a strong focus on integrating security throughout the software development lifecycle aiming to break down the traditional silos between development, operations, and security teams and foster a collaborative and proactive approach to security.

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner℠

Our three-day Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner℠ training course introduces ways to scale services economically and reliably in an organisation. This Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner℠ training explores strategies to improve agility, cross-functional collaboration, and transparency of the health of services towards building resiliency by design, automation, and closed-loop remediations.


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DevOps Certifications

How do you know if your business should adopt DevOps or not? Here are some of the tell-tale signs that you need DevOps:

It takes you a long time to develop software. This could be due to teams not working effectively together when collaborating, bugs being missed in the code, and whole projects having to be reviewed.

There is low morale and friction in the workplace between members of staff. This can be caused by some team members having overwhelming workloads and others having little.

There is no responsibility or accountability. When problems arise, different teams blame each other. In DevOps, Developers take accountability for the services they create. This helps them to write better code and deploy more reliable services.

You have staff with nothing to do. This can be caused by team members waiting on code from other teams, access to environments for production and many other aspects.

There is decreased user satisfaction. When teams are burnt out or stressed, it becomes more likely that errors will be missed, negatively affecting the end-user with buggy software. This, along with a backlog of bug fixes, is a clear indication that something needs to be changed.