DevOps - Saving Your Code From The Apocalypse

What does DevOps mean? How does it benefit you? And what are the steps for a perfect Software Development Life Cycle?
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6,773 students
DevOps - Saving Your Code From The Apocalypse
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (85 ratings)
6,773 students
What is DevOps all about?
How does a Software Development Life Cycle look like?
The phases of DevOps: Plan, Build, Continuous Integration, Deploy, Operate, Feedback & Communication.
Great tools to implement the DevOps practices.
Agile Software Development with Scrum & Kanban
Continuous Integration with GitLab

Requirements

  • There are no requirements or prerequisites!
Description

DevOps is a term every single software developer will stumble upon in his or her career.

But what does it actually mean? Do you have to care as a developer? Definitely!

Because DevOps will make your developer life easier. Much easier.

In essence, DevOps is “a set of practices that combines software development (Dev) and information-technology operations (Ops) which is intended to reduce the time between committing a change to a system and the change being placed into normal production, while ensuring high quality.”

In this course, you will learn what these practices are and how they work. We’ll cover the following phases of DevOps.


Communication

The crucial part of every software development project. Without the right way and the right tools to communicate with your team, failure is guaranteed. Get to know the best tool to make your project successful.


Plan

Before you start implementing any features. You have to plan your project and your tasks. In the past, people used the outdated waterfall model for planning. Nowadays, agile development is the way to go. Learn how to implement the agile software development frameworks Scrum and Kanban and what services you can use for free.


Build

Here’s where the actual work is happening. But it’s not only about the right IDE or your particular programming language. We’re talking about managing and tracking your code here. Learn how to use the right source control system like Git and how powerful this is.


Continuous Integration

DevOps is all about automation. With continuous integration, you’ll learn how to automatically build your code, run automated tests - like unit or integration tests - and finally deploy your application to a server. There are wonderful services for that. Once you see how much time you can save, you’ll never want to go back.


Deploy

You can deploy your application on a self-hosted server or you can use any of the many platform services out there. Get an overview of what services like Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and the Google Cloud Platform can do for you and how you can use them for free.


Operate

Another part of DevOps is monitoring your servers and applications. Apart from that you also want to log certain events and send notifications in special cases. Of course, there are services for that or you can do that by yourself. It might be easier than you think.


Feedback

At the end of the DevOps circle, you want your users to give you feedback and also give feedback to them. It’s about IT Service Management (ITSM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and, perhaps most important, issue or bug tracking.


What are you waiting for? Learn all about DevOps right now.


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Who this course is for:
  • Everyone who wants to improve the developer's life with DevOps.
Curriculum
2 sections • 15 lectures • 47m total length
  • Definition, Emotions & Theory of a Software Development Lifecycle
  • DevOps Magic - also known as the DevOps Life Cycle & Benefits
  • Introduction
  • Communication
  • Plan
  • Agile Software Development with Scrum
  • Kanban (with Trello)
  • Build
  • Source Control with Git
  • Containers
  • Continuous Integration
  • Deploy
  • Operate
  • Feedback
  • Summary

Instructor
Passionate Software Developer & Teacher
Patrick God
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 4,116 Reviews
  • 47,139 Students
  • 8 Courses

Writing code is what drives me. Creating software out of nothing is a skill I truly am passionate about and I want to share this astonishing feeling of making stuff with you.

I started to learn several programming languages as a teenager and always wanted to create software ever since I first played a game on a Commodore 64. During my bachelor and master studies, I joined various companies, made desktop and web applications as well as video games professionally and was always anxious to improve my craft, which I have been doing for more than 15 years now.​

For me, the most important part of writing and teaching code is to have fun. If certain ways work for you and the results are maintainable and you have fun with your results, you're doing it the right way. I don't care if you always use your keyboard or switch to the mouse from time to time, so-called best practices are not always best or practical, I want to teach you to develop software in a way it works in the industry, a way it works for you and in a way that makes you happy.