Continuous Delivery Ecosystem Foundation
The Continuous Delivery Ecosystem Foundation course is designed for participants who are engaged in the design, implementation, and management of DevOps deployment pipelines and toolchains that support Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Testing and potentially Continuous Deployment.
The course highlights underpinning processes, metrics, APls and cultural considerations with Continuous Delivery.
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Key benefits of Continuous Delivery will be covered including increased velocity to assist organizations to respond to market changes rapidly, thus being able to outmaneuver competition, reduce risk and lower costs while releasing higher quality solutions. Increased productivity and employee morale by having more activities performed by pipelines instead of humans so teams can focus on vision while pipelines do the execution.
Built upon the principles and practices highlighted in bestselling books such as “Continuous Delivery,” “Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations,” and more written by thought leaders in the DevOps movement. The Continuous Delivery Ecosystem Foundation course equips IT professionals with the broad-based competencies necessary in architecting and orchestrating effective and efficient automated deployment pipelines.
Markus van Duijn
Markus van Duijn is a DevOps coach with many technical skills. He is versatile, analytical, and eager to learn. He loves a challenge and helps others to bring out the best in themselves. He believes inspiring is done by setting the correct example.
The learning objectives for CDEF include a practical understanding of:
- Goals, history, terminology, and pipeline
- The importance, practices, and transformation of a DevOps collaborative culture
- Design practices, such as modular design and microservices
- Continuous Integration (Cl), such as version control, builds, and remediation
- Tenets and best practices of Continuous Testing (CT)
- Continuous Delivery and Deployment (CD): packaging, containers, and release
- Continuous Monitoring (CM): monitoring and analysis infrastructure, process, and apps
- Infrastructure and tools: frameworks, tools, and infrastructure as code
- Security Assurance: DevSecOps
- The opportunity to hear and share real-life scenarios
- CDA Concepts & Culture
- Design practices for Continuous Delivery
- Continuous Integration
- Continuous Testing
- Continuous Delivery and Deployment
- Continuous Monitoring
- Infrastructure and Tools
- Security Assurance
- Capstone exercise
The target audience for the CDEF course is anyone interested in learning about the principles of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery, such as:
- Build Engineers
- Enterprise Architects
- IT Managers
- Maintenance and Support Staff
- Operational and Infrastructure Teams
- Project Managers
- QA Managers
- Release Managers and Engineers
- Software Developers
- Security Professionals
Successfully passing (65%) the 90-minute examination, consisting of 40 multiple choice questions, leads to the candidate’s designation as a certified Continuous Delivery Ecosystem Foundation(CDEF). The certification is governed and maintained
by the DevOps Institute.
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