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The Evolution of IT Organizations

IT organizations' needs are constantly evolving in the digital age. In the past decades, the need was standardizing ITSM and other practices to become a strategic asset for the business.

The evolution of IT organization

As businesses started their journey through Digital Transformation, the need then became introducing Agility in Software Development.

The evolution of IT organization

Even though some parts of the IT organization are Agile, some others still remain focused on processes and control. This is where the big disconnect within IT started to occur—Software Development focused on innovation, and IT Operations focused on stability.

The need then becomes integration and collaboration between Dev and Ops, with a focus on the agile development, deployment and management of products and services to actively support Digital Transformation.

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Why DevOps?

DevOps is a cultural movement based on human and technical interactions to improve relationships and results.

Why businesses need DevOps?

  • Every business has become a tech business.
  • Consumers have developed “app” mentalities.
  • Customers value outcomes, not products.
  • Time to value is replacing time to market.
  • IT must go faster, faster, faster without risking quality.
  • The disconnect between Dev and Ops teams slows down the value stream.
  • IT no longer needs to align or integrate with the business, IT is the business.

Successful DevOps relies on the adoption and integration of multiple frameworks and methodologies

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In order to achieve the benefits intended by DevOps, a holistic approach to these items should be taken:

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DevOps Consulting Services

Through our unique and strategic DevOps Value Stream Solution, we:

  • Assess your full Value Stream, from Software Development to IT Operations capabilities.
  • Recommend a new or improved DevOps architecture with a superior DevOps pipeline.
  • Optimize and integrate any of your existing DevOps tools.
  • Implement any other necessary tool, vendor-agnostic, to obtain better business outcomes.

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DevOps Training and Certification Courses

As a Registered Education Partner (REP) of the DevOps Institute, we offer a comprehensive portfolio our courses to develop people skills, no matter what their role is. These courses focus on the most modern competencies and hireable skills requires by today's organization adopting DevOps.

DevOps Foundation (DOF)® 16 hours

The DevOps Foundation certification is an introductory certification that demonstrates your understanding of core DevOps principles and practices, terminology and culture.

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Site Reliability Engineering Foundation (SREF)® 16 hours

Introduces a range of practices for improving service reliability through a mixture of automation, working methods and organizational re-alignment. Tailored for those focused on large-scale service availability.

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DevOps Leader (DOL)® 16 hours

Introduces new and innovative ways to organize and manage value streams using DevOps practices. Tailored for those engaged in a DevOps evolution.

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DevSecOps Foundation (DSOF)℠ 16 hours

Learn the purpose, benefits, concepts, and vocabulary of DevSecOps including DevOps security strategies and business benefits.

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Continuous Delivery Ecosystem Foundation (CDEF)℠ 16 hours

Learn how to architect and orchestrate effective and efficient automated deployment pipelines while delivering higher quality solutions, reducing risk and lowering costs to accelerate business value.

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Continuous Testing Foundation (CTF)℠ 16 hours

Learn how to optimize testing, to test faster and still obtain good quality and a consistent stable result.

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Certified Agile Service Manager (CASM)® 16 hours

Learn how to use Agile with ITSM (ITIL®) to strengthen and secure your processes. A Certified Agile Service Manager is the working equivalent of a development Scrum Master. Together, Scrum Masters and Agile Service Managers can instill agile thinking into the entire IT organization as the basis of a DevOps culture.

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Certified Agile Process Owner (CAPO)® 16 hours

Learn the process Owner responsibilities and obtain the education needed to oversee the design, re-engineering and improvement of IT Service Management (ITSM) processes; particularly in the context of Agile Service Management.

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