“Enterprise applications/solutions are complex and diverse in nature, composed of multiple technologies, databases, end-user devices, etc. For this type of delivery, a DevOps approach may be the most successful when dealing with these complexities.
DevOps is not a framework, methodology or a workflow, it is an approach based on lean and agile principles for delivery, encouraged within the idea of a collaborative organisational culture in which business owners and the development, operations, and quality assurance departments collaborate to deliver software in a continuous manner that enables the business to seize market opportunities quicker and reduce the time to include customer feedback. DevOps ensures collaboration and communication between software engineers (Dev) and IT operations (Ops). With DevOps, changes make it to production faster. Resources are easier to share. And large-scale systems are easier to manage and maintain.
Organisations such as Netflix, Spotify and Facebook are transforming IT by successfully implementing DevOps principles. But you don’t have to be a hot internet company or a gigantic enterprise to be a DevOps leader. Companies large and small, young and old, have magnificently made the transition and have the proof of success in their pockets.
DevOps applies agile and lean principles across the entire software supply chain. It enables a business to maximise the speed of its delivery of a product or service, from initial idea to production release to customer feedback to enhancements based on that feedback.
Improved workflows and faster deployment starts with a core understanding of DevOps fundamental concepts by anyone involved in an agile and/or DevOps team. The 3-day DASA DevOps Fundamentals training provides an extensive introduction to the core Agile DevOps principles covering the essential knowledge and skill competences that have been defined by the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA). This training is designed to provide the core education necessary to build your DevOps vocabulary and to understand its principles and practices.”