- Knowledge of agile practices is helpful
- Experience using agile practices and methodologies such as scrum is beneficial
- This class will require internet access to certain sites (AWS, youtube, google drive, online chat tools)
- This course requires you to "bring your own developer workstation” (BYDW). so you will be expected to bring your own device
- Chrome browser suggested
To help you make the shift to DevOps, this course takes you through a five-day, immersive simulation. You will gain and apply experience with more than 30 practices, including:
- Cultural tools such as social contracts, real-time retrospectives, and team sentiments to align teams.
- Powerful planning practices such as impact mapping, event storming, and metrics-based process mapping.
- Iterative and incremental delivery practices, including scrum and kanban.
- Technical programming practices, including continuous integration, continuous delivery, infrastructure as code, test automation, and test-driven development.
Who Can Benefit?
This experience demonstrates how individuals across different roles must learn to share, collaborate, and work toward a common goal to achieve positive outcomes and drive innovation. Business product owners, developers, site reliability engineers, and engineers will especially benefit from experiencing this scenario, which includes some technical aspects that rely on working with software systems. You will know how to deliver continuous value to customers through an enhanced understanding of changing customer needs and the ability to more rapidly get new ideas to market. Our instructors will share experiences and best practices learned from engaging directly with customers during Red Hat services engagements.
Outline for Red Hat Training: DevOps Culture and Practice Enablement Training
- What is DevOps?
- Collaborative practices to establish culture and shared understanding
- Understanding the Why and Who of software delivery
- Domain-driven design and storytelling
- Prioritization and pivoting
- Agile practices
- Design of experiments
- Value stream and process mapping
- Continuous integration, deployment, and delivery
- Non-functional requirements
- Everything as code and GitOps