Take a fundamentally different approach to building distributed systems whether in the data center or in the cloud.
(techno music)…- In the system administration world…automation isn't new, but DevOps talks…about a profoundly different level of automation.…We refer to this as infrastructure as code.…- It's a completely programmatic approach to infrastructure…that allows us to leverage development practices…for our systems.…- One effect of splitting the Dev and Ops drives apart…has been that the best practices of one tribe…really didn't carry across to the other.…- Yeah, a simple example is the use of source control.…
A development shop that doesn't keep their code…in source control would widely be considered insane.…- Insane in the membrane?…- Insane in the brain, but a large number…of operations teams don't use source control at all.…Even for their scripts or other code.…- Yeah, and that's just wrong,…but what if we could treat our systems like code?…- [Man With Glasses] Yeah, we'd develop them in an IDE,…run their unit and integration tests as part…of a continuous integration pipeline, deploy them.…- [Instructor] Yeah, and even have them make decisions…
In this course, well-known DevOps practitioners Ernest Mueller and James Wickett provide an overview of the DevOps movement, focusing on the core value of CAMS (culture, automation, measurement, and sharing). They cover the various methodologies and tools an organization can adopt to transition into DevOps, looking at both agile and lean project management principles and how old-school principles like ITIL, ITSM, and SDLC fit within DevOps.
The course concludes with a discussion of the three main tenants of DevOps—infrastructure automation, continuous delivery, and reliability engineering—as well as some additional resources and a brief look into what the future holds as organizations transition from the cloud to serverless architectures.
- What is DevOps?
- Understanding DevOps core values and principles
- Choosing DevOps tools
- Creating a positive DevOps culture
- Understanding agile and lean
- Building a continuous delivery pipeline
- Building reliable systems
- Looking into the future of DevOps
Skill Level Beginner
Agile Project Management Principleswith Bob McGannon1h 16m Appropriate for all
1. DevOps Basics
2. DevOps: A Culture Problem
3. The Building Blocks of DevOps
4. Infrastructure Automation
5. Continuous Delivery
6. Reliability Engineering
7. Additional DevOps Resources
8. The Future of DevOps
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