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In order to keep your company at the cutting edge of technology, you need to think like a software company. That's where DevOps comes in. With this course, you will learn the key attributes of software development methodology and how to apply these methods in a way that aligns with your most important business objectives. These attributes include: continuous development, continuous delivery, continuous delivery, theory of constraints, value streams, telemetry, A/B testing, information security, change management, and compliance.
In 2011, Marc Andreessen famously wrote, “software is eating the world.” Seven years later, and the five largest companies in the world are all software companies. Today, as technology becomes pervasive across industries and functions, companies from all different sectors are competing to become technology companies as well. Yet, there is a growing digital divide between digital ready companies and the traditional enterprise. Companies in the Fortune 500 deploy once every 1.5 months, digital ready companies using DevOps make over 1000 deployments per month. DevOps is the combination of processes, technology, tools, and culture that increases an organization's ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity, with the goal of shortening the systems development life cycle while delivering features, fixes, and updates frequently in close alignment with business objectives. With this course, you will gain the knowledge necessary to keep your business on the cutting edge of technology while remaining competitive against other digital ready companies.
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