DevOps Transformation: Learn the Non-Technical Side of DevOp
What you'll learn
- Learn what is DevOps and the benefits of a successful transformation
- Get ahead of the competition by learning about DevOps
- Understand DevOps challenges, benefits and how to overcome organizational silos
- Learn how to adopt a culture of continuous and rapid innovation
- Build a high performance IT department that delivers business value with low risk
- How to create DevOps Culture? Expectations from DevOps Leaders and Teams
- New Ways of Working as people shift from being individual players towards collaboration
- Understand the shortcomings of traditional IT practices and capabilities
- Learn about DevOps and it's benefits (more security, less downtime)
- Understanding continuous learning
- DevOps Adoption requirements and transform your organziation
- Gain insights on how to make better decisions with data
- Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Monitoring & Release on Demand
- What it means sustainable and scalable technology?
- Understanding Agile mindset and lean thinking
- No technology knowledge requirement
Get Ahead of Competition, Learn DevOps and Rethink your Capabilities Today!
Are you looking to learn about DevOps but don't know where to start? Are you interested in how to adopt DevOps practices and transform your organization? If so, look no further! DevOps has been described as a movement or philosophy that stresses the importance of collaboration and communication between developers and operations teams. This e-learning course is designed to explain the non-technical side of DevOps.
Most organizations' information technology (IT) departments embarked on DevOps transformation to make IT easier, faster and cheaper. Your organization might be one of them, already working towards upgrading their infrastructure, automating their testing, Improving monitoring capabilities, so forth. According to the Harvard Business Review, companies are pouring millions into “DevOps transformation” initiatives —a high percentage of those efforts fail to pay off. What do you think is the reason?
Most people think of DevOps as a tool, such as MS Azure DevOps or some type of a standard, or a framework, which you can follow like a step-by-step process. Some of them might think that DevOps is just related to technology. They will upgrade the systems and IT infrastructure, and the transformation completed. They might even think of DevOps transformation as a project, a list of tasks to be completed in a given time frame. These are the big mistakes organizations make it.
Enterprise-wide DevOps stands for rethinking traditional IT practices and capabilities, including a product, process, and people perspective. DevOps is the ultimate solution for creating a flow in IT services delivery. DevOps aims for a simple yet important goal of streamlining the IT operation. DevOps is about experiences, ideas, and culture; It’s about the close communication and collaboration between all IT teams. They are all working towards the same goal: Improving the products and services they produce by thinking differently about how they work together, using a new mentality.
This e-learning course will teach you how to adopt DevOps practices and transform your organization into a new way of working. You'll learn how to improve collaboration, increase efficiency, and reduce waste.
You'll learn about the history of DevOps, key concepts and terminology, how to implement DevOps practices, and how to apply them in your organization. You'll learn how to improve communication and collaboration between development and operations teams, automate tasks and workflows, and more. Plus, our course is packed with real-world examples and how to overcome challenges that will help you apply what you learn in practice. So don't wait any longer - Sign up today and get started on your journey to a better, faster, more efficient workplace!
Every employee who works with systems/applications (entering information, gathering data, running reports, etc.) should know IT, not as a developer or tester, but understand the basics of IT functions and how IT can help perform their work better. So, if you are in this position, then this course is for you. If you are a business owner or user of the system/application, you can help to improve your operation if you understand what it means DevOps. Or if you just want to understand what this buzz about DevOps is, or if your organization is planning or actively working towards DevOps transformation, then this course is for you.
DevOps transformation is a journey, and the e-learning course we’ve outlined can be your first step. The practices and principles taught in this course have been proven to help organizations of all sizes make the cultural shift.
Register today for the e-learning course and start on your own journey to learn how to improve collaboration, increase efficiency, reduce waste, adopt DevOps practices and transform your organization into a new way of working!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone participating DevOps & Agile Transformation efforts
- Anyone is planning to initiate their organization’s transformation
- Anyone want to learn more about DevOps
- Product Managers & Product Owners
- Business Stakeholders & Sponsors & Managers
- Portfolio, Program, and Project Managers & team members
An experienced executive coach with over 25 years of project delivery experience. I guide executives, portfolio, program and project leaders and teams to build their project capability and lead sustainable project transformations.
I am a business transformation expert who has worked with some of the world's leading brands to improve their performance. I've helped organizations across industries such as GM, Burger King and TD Bank succeed in our changing market conditions by ensuring everyone from boardroom CEO’s middle management down is on board-or at least aware of what needs doing.
I have a unique blend of skills that I bring to the table. Evaluating individuals and organizations for their effectiveness, understanding many different modes of coaching and how each individual operates differently in terms of style and philosophy sets me apart from other coaches, even though my title might not suggest so at first glance!
I excel at making sure everyone learns quickly while executing their tasks/roles throughout the organization. Because you can't just tell people what to do and expect them to do it. You have to work with them, listen to them, and understand them. And sometimes, even when you do all of that, things don't go the way you want them to. But that's okay; my patience-tested knowledge about how best to work with people when managing projects taught me when to take a step back and let others take the lead. That’s why I am always providing my clients with a unique perspective and view, leveraging the best practices from global leading organizations at the forefront of figuring out how to succeed in any situation.
Business adoptions and transformations are often complex. However, going through the adoption process is significantly more complicated than it seems at first glance. There’s a set order to these steps that need completion in just the right fashion if you want your business transformation or digital change efforts to succeed! For over two decades now, I've been working with clients who have needed help adapting their way of thinking as well as doing work on different occasions. My experience has given me an excellent understanding of how crucial this specific sequence can become when trying out something new within any industry, not only those involving technology (businesses).
I work as a consultant, coach, facilitator, and trainer. Authored and taught Project Management, Agile & DevOps, Problem-solving, and Power-skills related subjects through public and private courses, coaching business and technology professionals on Project Management, Agile, DevOps, and Digital Transformation.
A frequent speaker at various project management conferences and events, such as PMI Global Conferences.