Today is the reflection of the education and skills that you've imbibed but coasting on what you already know might not take you any further
Having a successful career in the field of software development can become difficult if you stick to traditional practices and processes amid new challenges. The key to a successful career lies in the commitment of self-learning and development. You need to learn and adopt newer and effective approaches in the field of software development, like DevOps.
DevOps certification and Training program is necessary for people involved in software development. It not only gives them a competitive edge over others but also expands their prospects across various industries. Top tech-giants are hiring DevOps engineers to embrace the culture of collective ownership, to bring coherence between IT and operation departments, and reduced deployment failures, roadblocks, and time to recover.
In this two-day workshop you’ll get complete hands-on experience in cloud infrastructure, get exposure to toolchain using Jenkins, GIT, SVN, Gherkin, Visual Studio, Spec Flow, NUnit, Eclipse, Maven, Selenium, Cucumber; and an in-depth understanding of DevOps culture that focusses on communication, collaboration, integration, and automation to improve flow of work between software developers and IT operations professionals, forging a mind-set of complete ownership.
It’s a high time you break the barriers to realize the benefits of DevOps.
Learning objectives of DevOps Basics include understanding of:
The following experts are the key beneficiaries of this course:
Amit Kulkarni is a Agile Trainer and Agile thought leader with extensive experience in training, coaching and implementing Agile frameworks such as Scrum, Lean and DSDM for large organizations. He has trained numerous teams, arming them with the skills needed to apply classroom theory to operational success at the team and project level. Amit has more than 20 years of experience in managing large programs and portfolios involving a variety of methodologies including Scrum, DSDM integrated with a Prince2 framework.
Amit has helped large companies such as ABN AMRO, Motorola, Tata Consultancy Services adopt and improve their use of agile processes and techniques in order to build extremely high performance development organizations. Prior to 2005, Amit has served various large customers such as American Express, Dresdner Klienwort Benson Bank, National Stock Exchange of India, Ernst and Young and Nationwide Insurance. He has worked as a Technology Specialist for various Stock Market Systems and Banking System Products including Trading Systems, Broker Dealer Systems and Back office systems for TATA Consultancy Services.