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The word DevOps is a contraction of ‘Development’ and ‘Operations’. DevOps is a set of best practices that emphasize the collaboration and communication of IT-professionals (developers, operators, and support staff) in the lifecycle of applications and services, leading to:
DevOps changes how individuals think about their work; DevOps values the diversity of work done supports intentional processes that accelerate the rate by which businesses realize value, and measures the effect of the social and technical change. DevOps is a way of thinking and a way of working that enables individuals and organizations to develop and maintain sustainable work practices.
Exam Duration: 120 minutes
Number of questions: 50
Pass mark: 65% (33 out of 50)
Open book/notes: no
Electronic equipment permitted: no
DevOps is best known in the field of software development, but the principles are applicable in IT Service projects and other projects as well. The DevOps Master training and certification is aimed at all professionals who want to update their knowledge with the latest development in ICT management.
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.
The training EXIN DevOps Master delivered by an EXIN accredited training provider is mandatory.
Having acquired basic knowledge of DevOps, for example by reading the additional literature (The Phoenix Project) or taking an introductory course, is strongly recommended.
EXIN DevOps Master Course covers as follows:
Module 1: DevOps adoption
Module 2: Planning, requirements, and design
Module 3: Development and deployment
Module 4: Operation and Scaling
Module 5: End-of-Life