SAFe DevOps Training
The main driver for organisations to move to agile is 'faster to market'. This training will teach you how to achieve significantly faster delivery through DevOps in a SAFe context. SAFe proposes the CALMR (Culture, Automation, Lean, Measure, Recover) approach to DevOps to achieve the change in mentality.
This two-day course provides a thorough overview of best practices in requirements gathering, software building, test automation, resilient infrastructure and release on demand. The course provides deep insight into how these practices can be used to eliminate bottlenecks and quality issues to create a smooth flow of value creation in your value stream and delivery pipeline.
You will build a concrete improvement plan your own delivery pipeline. The course also prepares you for the optional SAFe® 4 DevOps Practitioner (SDP) certification exam.
- Understand the CALMR approach to DevOps, why it is so important, and be able to explain it to others
- Understand the importance of continuous integration, continuous testing, and be ready to apply it
- Apply the concepts of continuous security
- Map their current delivery pipeline
- Measure the flow of value through the delivery pipeline
- Identify gaps and delays in flow
- Improve the process of exploring customer needs
- Improve the process of developing, building, and integrating continuously
- Improve the process of continuously deploying to staging and production environments
- Improve the release process
- Execute an action plan for their DevOps transformation
- Introducing DevOps
- Mapping your Continuous Delivery Pipeline
- Gaining alignment with Continuous Exploration
- Building quality with Continuous Integration
- Reducing time-to-market with Continuous Deployment
- Delivering Business Value with Release on Demand
- Taking action
- Attendee workbook
- Preparation and eligibility to take the exam
- One-year membership to the SAFe Community Platform
- Certification of completion
- SAFe DevOps Practitioner certification upon passing of exam
Attendees must attend both days of the course in order to qualify for the exam.