DevOps is the cultural and professional movement that stresses communication, collaboration integration and automation to improve the ﬂow of work between software developers and IT operations professionals, which delivers business value
faster through software.
The DevOps Institute (DOI) and PEOPLECERT are organizing emerging DevOps practices into relevant training and certiﬁcations to provide common knowledge, specialized skills and recognized qualiﬁcations, which will ensure high quality DevOps
Who is DevOps for?
The DevOps training and certiﬁcation scheme is aimed at individuals and organizations seeking to understand and apply DevOps principles, practices and automation approaches.
This sixteen (16) hour course describes culture and team aspects for test engineering, test strategies, test infrastructures, test tools, test automation, best practices, test management and analysis.
The purpose, benefits, concepts and vocabulary of DevOps testing
How DevOps testing differs from other types of testing
DevOps testing strategies, test management and results analysis
Strategies for selecting test tools and implementing test automation
Integration of DevOps testing into Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery workflows
How DevOps testers fit with a DevOps culture, organization and roles
Successfully passing the certification exam leads to the candidate’s designation as a certified DevOps Test Engineer (DTE). The certification is governed and maintained by the DevOps Institute; exams are delivered through an independent, global examination partner.
Sixteen (16) hours of instructor-led training and exercise facilitation
Digital Learner Manual (excellent post-class reference)
Participation in exercises designed to apply concepts
Sample documents, templates, tools and techniques
Access to additional sources of information and communities
DevOps Foundation® Certification Course
Completion of pre-class assignment
General knowledge of software quality assurance testing concepts
Anyone involved in defining a DevOps Testing strategy