The DevSecOps Practitioner course is intended as a follow-on to the DevSecOps Foundation course. The course builds on previous understanding to dive into the technical implementation. The course aims to equip participants with the practices, methods, and tools to engage people across the organization involved in reliability through the use of real-life scenarios and case stories. Upon completion of the course, participants will have tangible takeaways to leverage when back in the office such as implementing DevSecOps practices to their organizational structure, building better pipelines in distributed systems, and having a common technological language. This course positions learners to successfully complete the DevSecOps Practitioner certification exam.

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Learning Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Comprehend the underlying principles of DevSecOps
Distinguish between the technical elements used across DevSecOps practices
Demonstrate how practical maturity concepts can be extended across multiple areas.
Implement metric-based assessments tied to your organization.
Recognize modern architectural concepts including microservice to monolith transitions.
Recognize the various languages and tools used to communicate architectural concepts.
Contrast the options used to build a DevSecOps infrastructure through Platform as a Service,
Server-less construction, and event-driven mediums
Prepare hiring practices to recognize and understand the individual knowledge, skills, and abilities required for mature Dev
Identify the various technical requirements tied to the DevSecOps pipelines and how those impact people and process choices.
Review various approaches to securing data repositories and pipelines.
Analyze how monitoring and observability practices contribute to valuable outcomes.
Comprehend how to implement monitoring at key points to contribute to actionable analysis.
Evaluate how different experimental structures contribute to the 3rd Way.
Identify future trends that may affect DevSecOps

1
  • DevSecOps Advanced Basics

  • Why Advance Practices?

    General Awareness

    People-Finding Them

    Core Process

    Technology Overview


2
  • Understanding Applied Metrics

  • Metric Terms

    Accelerating

    People-Reporting and Recording

    Integrating Process

    Technology Automation


3
  • Architecting and Planning for DevSecOps

  • Architecture Basics

    Finding an Architect

    Reporting and Recording

    Environments Process

    Accelerating Decisions


4
  • Creating a DevSecOps Infrastructure

  • What is Infrastructure?

    Equipping the Team

    Design Challenges

    Monitoring Infrastructure


5
  • Establishing a Pipeline

  • Pipelines and Workflows

    Engineers and Capabilities

    Continuous Engagement

    Automate and Identify


6
  • Observing DevSecOps Outcomes

  • Observability vs. Monitoring

    Who gets which Report?

    Setting Observation Points

    Implementing Observability


7
  • Practical 3rd Way Applications

  • Revisiting 3rd Way

    Building Experiments

    Getting the Most from the Experiment


8
  • The Future of DevOps

  • Looking Towards the Future

    Staying Trained

    Innovation

    What, and from Who?


9
  • Post-Class Assignments/Exercises

  • Extended advanced reading associated with Case Stories from the course


Audience

The target audience for the DevSecOps Practitioner course are professionals including: Anyone focused on implementing or improving DevSecOps practices in their organization, Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches, Business Managers, Business Stakeholders, Change Agents, Consultants, DevOps Practitioners, IT Directors, IT Managers, IT Team Leaders, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Software Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Integrators, Tool Providers

Language

English

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, it is highly recommended that learners attend the DevSecOps Foundation course with an accredited DevOps Institute Education Partner and complete the DevSecOps Foundation certification prior to attending the DevSecOps Practitioner course and exam. An understanding and knowledge of common DevSecOps terminology, concepts, principles, and related work experience are recommended.

$2,385

Length: 3.0 days (24 hours)

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