More and more, software companies are using DevOps methodology to better integrate their development and operations teams. Essentially, it's a system of tools and philosophies that get an entire staff on the same page. The result: Better code, delivered faster. If you're looking to learn how, the DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle is a good way to start.
In 75 hours of lectures and exercises, you'll learn the relevant methodologies that are key to DevOps, such as Agile Scrum. You'll also get the nitty-gritty details about how to apply that knowledge with a walkthrough on tools such as Puppet and Microsoft Azure Services. The courses teach how to build a scalable system from the top down on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform, and configure a range of devices across Linux or Windows. By the end of the bundle, you'll be certified in the use of software like Git Docker, Jenkins, Ansible and many more.
The DevOps Certification Training Master Class Bundle is currently priced at $69.
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