DevOps Foundation Training

DevOps Foundation Training




8 hours





Next session: December 11nd, 2024 – Diegem (or on request)

This is the official DevOps Foundation course based on the syllabus by the DevOps Institute and accredited by PeopleCert.

This one-day course will give you all the theoretical knowledge to prepare for the DevOps Foundation certification exam and will give you the necessary tools to apply this DevOps knowledge in your organisation. At the end of this course, you will be able to spot opportunities where the workflow between Software Development and IT Operations can be improved.

Course objectives

Learn about DevOps to support the organisational efforts in reducing costs while increasing agility, quality and customer service in this foundational-level course to support digital transformation.

Tailored for those wanting to discover the DevOps movement and how you can improve the flow of work between software developers and IT operations professionals.

Course outline

  • Module 1 – Exploring DevOps
  • Module 2 – Core DevOps principles
  • Module 3 – Key DevOps practices
  • Module 4 – Business & Technology frameworks
  • Module 5 – Culture, Behaviours and Operating Models
  • Module 6 – Automation & Architecting DevOps toolchains
  • Module 7 – Measurement, Metrics & Reporting
  • Module 8 – Sharing, Shadowing & Evolving



4.8 (out of 5)
“Compliments for the organisation of the entire course, your enthusiasm, the lunch, all the goodies available throughout the day, and the right mix with guest lecturers.”
4.6 (out of 5)
“I’ve learned a lot; I already notice a difference in my work with my new knowledge.“


Everything you need to know

  • When: December 11nd or on request
  • Where: Our office in Diegem (BE) or on request
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Price: €850
  • For whom: Anyone interested in what DevOps means and how this links to Agile Deliveries
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Certification: Yes, included
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