About DevOps Master® Certification

The EXIN DevOps Master certification® is meant for anyone working within a DevOps team or in an organization that considers the transition to a DevOps way of working. The target group includes: Application or Service Developers and Product Owners, Agile Scrum Masters, Project Managers, Test Engineers, Test Managers, IT Service Managers, Process Managers and Lean IT Practitioners.

Eligibility for DevOps Master® Examination

1. Accredited training DevOps Master®, including successful completion of the Practical Assignments, and 2. Successful completion of the DevOps Master® exam

Exam Format

Exam Type

50 multiple choice questions

Duration

120 Minutes

Prerequisutes

DevOps Master® Training course from a Accredited Training Organization such as EPMC

Supervised

Yes

Passing Score

65% (33 marks out of 50)

Delivery

Paper based or Online proctored

Badge

DevOps Master® Certified

About DevOps Training 

Learn from our Faculty on the details of DevOps, Agile and how DevOps and Agile go hand in hand.
  • Standard syllabus which will introduce you to the basics of DevOps
  • Advanced concepts such as the entire Deployment Pipeline from Development to the Deployment
  • Understand the context of ITIL, LEAN and AGILE with DevOps
  • Delegates have option to appear for Certification Examination at extra cost.
  • Simulate the entire toolchain including a Maven, Apache, Jenkins, SVN and Continuously Deployed website using Jenkin scripts. The objective would be to do a small case study and understand the end-to-end context rather than just theory.



Topics Covered in the 2 Day comprehensive workshop on DevOps

(8:30AM to 6:30PM both days)

    1. DevOps adoption

          1.1 What is DevOps?
            1.2 Organizational Culture
              1.3 Principles & Concepts

          2. Planning, requirements, and design

                2.1 Application or Service Lifecycle Management
                  2.2 Project Charter (Defining Scope) & Visual Control
                    2.3 Infrastructure and Architecture Design
                      2.4 Service Level Requirements and Agreements
                        2.5 Implementing a Testing Strategy: User Story, Test Story and Operation Story 

                        3. Development and deployment

                              3.1 Continuous Delivery & Continuous Integration 
                                3.2 Deployment Pipeline 3.3 Continuous Deployment 
                                  3.4 Ji-Kotei-Kanketsu, Rhythm, Work-in-Progress and One-piece-flow 
                                    3.5 Automation , Tools and Testing 

                                    4. Operation and Scaling

                                          4.1 Managing Data; Infrastructure and Environments; and Components and Dependencies 
                                            4.2 Configuration Management and Version Control 
                                              4.3 Cloud and Immutable Infrastructure 
                                                4.4 Business Continuity 
                                                  4.5 Scaling 

                                                5. End-of-Life