DASA DevOps Practitioner
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DevOps is the future of IT today! This 2 days course builds upon the DevOps fundamentals. The key focus of DevOps Practitioner is on the four skill areas that have been defined by DASA and are required for successful DevOps results. The course helps you know why the four skills: courage, teambuilding, leadership, and continuous improvement, are the necessary skills for a DevOps environment.
DevOps Practitioner is designed to provide the core education necessary to put DevOps into practice. With the help of DevOps theory, pragmatic examples and exercises, and interactive group discussions and role plays, the course will help you understand how to apply the necessary skills to practice DevOps.
Individuals involved in IT development, IT operations, or IT Service Management. Individuals whose role are affected by DevOps and continuous delivery, such as:
· DevOps Owners
· Product Owners
· Integration Specialists
· Operations Managers
· Incident and Change Managers
· System Administrators
· Network Administrators
· Business Managers
· Automation Architects
· Enterprise Architects
To take the exam:
· A DevOps Fundamentals certificate is required.
· It is recommended that participant has completed the DASA DevOps Practitioner training.
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentations, discussions and practical exercises
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
· Explain the importance of DevOps culture and the aspects that can influence it.
· Explain why courage, teambuilding, leadership, and continuous improvement are required in a DevOps environment.
· Explain why courage is essential to enable trust, honesty, and experimentation.
· Identify and evaluate different types of behavior in a DevOps environment.
· Recognize the signals indicating impediments and /or team dysfunctions.
· Describe how to form good DevOps team and assess their maturity.
· List the effects of happiness and motivation on team performance.
· Identify how leaders encourage feedback and transparency.
· Discuss the factors that leaders can influence to build trust.
· Explain how and why leaders promote a “Safe to fail” environment.
· Analyze value streams to improve throughput and flow.
· Facilitate the tools for continuous improvement: structured problem-solving workshops, Story Mapping sessions, and retrospectives.
· Design Teams
· Build Teams
· Build Culture
· Create Purpose
· Be a Servant Leader
· Focus on Success
· Build Courage
· Think Different
· Different Aspects of Value
· Stakeholder Management
· Combining the Lean Startup and DevOps
· The Power of Story Mapping
· Build Flow
· Types of Continuous Improvement
· Continuous Improvement Tools
Kaustuv DeKaustuv has had 10 years of experience in Information Communication Technology (ICT) industry especially in Retail, logistics and IT Service Management in Asia and Europe. He has an analytical, professional skill with strong result oriented work ethic. He places emphasis on strategic planning and decision-making. Kaustuv is experienced in large system development work. This includes managing complex integrated logistics and manufacturing implementation projects. He is able to negotiate and balance competing business issues and anticipate strategic project requirements such as migration, development and risks. He is also a skilled communicator.Kaustuv is an accredited trainer with the APM Group & EXIN. He has successfully trained and coached more than 2000 IT professionals within Asia Pacific and the Middle East, including India, Malaysia, Dubai and Singapore.
Jeffrey M. DossJeffrey Maria Doss (born in 1969) gained his experience at both local and international companies. In these organisations he has worked in different roles in Operations, Sales, Management and Senior Management and have instructed various organisations throughout his 20 years in IT.He has the innate ability to simplify complex matters and translating them to real life business scenarios and smaller tangible task initiatives in order to show how such obstacles can be overcome. This was proven in his years of managing IT businesses where he could transform lagging operations into world class performers. In 2006, he started a new SAP practice amongst more mature competitors and within a year, he transformed a new venture into the best SAP team in Malaysia winning numerous awards and accolades (especially the 1st Gold Partner in Malaysia).With a management style that is non-confrontational but still motivating. It is hard to pinpoint the balance that he perfectly executes between demanding, motivating and coaching to get work done. However, he can get a team to rally behind a project with great results. Importantly, he can engage all levels of stakeholders comfortably both at operational and c-levels. Being exposed to the different cultures early has allowed him to be comfortable working in a multicultural team. With a strong background on the business side, he is always able to communicate well on objectives of the project teams to the business.Jeffrey has a Bachelor's Degree in Banking & Finance from Curtin University and an MBA from RMIT; both strong institutions on the application of current theories in the real world. He is also certified in ITIL, DevOps and CobiT and is the Regional Director of Quint Wellington Redwood Malaysia. During his time at Quint, he had spearheaded multiple ITIL®, Governance, Sourcing and alignment projects thwarting serious consulting contenders to win such high-profile work like BAT, Telenor, Shell, FGV and TM to name a few.