Continuous Delivery is a software development approach where teams produce software in short cycles, which ensures that the software can be released reliably at any time. It focusses on building, testing and releasing software fast and frequently. The main goal of Continuous Delivery is to make deployments (no matter if it’s on a large- or small scale) as boring and as predictable as possible. This way, deployments become routine affairs and can be performed on demand.
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To achieve this, we need to ensure that our code is always in a deployable state, no matter how many developers are making changes on a daily basis. That’s why we completely remove the integration, testing and hardening phases that normally come after “development complete”. The main goal of the Continuous Delivery training is to teach participants the added value of Continuous Delivery and to encourage them to apply it in practice. This is done by getting hands-on in three days and setting up a working Continuous Delivery pipeline.
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 course objectives for the Continuous Delivery course are:
- DevOps objectives and vocabulary
- Principles and methods, including Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Testing and Security Static code analysis
- Unit testing during Continuous Deployment
- Build definitions as a code
- Automation practices, including deployment of pipelines and
- Critical success factors and key performance indicators
- Practical examples and results
- Practical assignments at tool level
About now, your organization has been working with some DevOps (teams) for a while, but there is room for catching up on the DevOps mindset and core principles. One of the most important techniques associated with DevOps is Continuous Delivery. This 3-day training ensures that the added value of Continuous Delivery is imparted. The participants will learn the principles and above all be encouraged to use CD in their daily activities.
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