DevOps is derived from the two words development and operations. It’s an abbreviation for development (Dev) + operations (Ops) which together becomes DevOps. As a result, it’s about integrating the creation of an application or service with the maintenance duties. The advantage of doing so comes mostly from dividing conventional IT silos; having a single point of accountability for the entire life cycle of service lowers internal conflict and improves cooperation through common goals and KPIs. DevOps supports a rapid flow of work by releasing many times each week, providing early and broad feedback on changes, and automating when possible.
This self-learning program is specifically designed if you’re new to DevOps and looking for a hands-on course to help you get started in the field. It provides a basic overview of the DevOps fundamentals that everyone should be familiar with. With this DevOps course, you will have a working grasp of DevOps in the IT world. The DevOps self-learning course will take you through different DevOps methods and tools available. You’d also get familiar with the connection between DevOps and Cloud (AWS and Azure).
The Certified DevOps Engineer self-learning course is for you if you’ve been in the IT sector for a while and want to learn everything there is to know about DevOps. This will also serve as a fast refresher for those working with DevOps already.
19 lectures • 2 hours total length
Anand Rao is a senior technical instructor and cloud consultant. He has worked with large enterprises for about 15 years and has a wide range of technologies in his portfolio. Anand is adept at not just cloud platforms (Azure , AWS and GCP) but also well-versed with IAM, security and automation with powershell and python.
Yes, coding is required for DevOps because applications carry out the instructions given to them by the code. There is no application without code. The program will not adapt to reflect new needs until that code is written and rewritten.
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