Managing Delivery


Building and maturing a technology-agnostic DevOps pipeline.
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This learning track explores the change in mindset requires to adopt a collaborative approach that brings everyone involved in delivery together, not just Development and Operations. Geared towards technical and non-technical professionals, this track covers areas such as the business case for DevOps, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, accompanying cultural changes, operational considerations and configuration management. You will get exposure to a hands-on approach to planning, building, monitoring, and maturing a DevOps pipeline. Due to the technology-agnostic nature of this track, you will be able to apply the principles regardless of the chosen technology stack.

Target Audience

Primary Audience: Individuals with a curiosity about the case for and potential of DevOps, and professionals involved in hands-on DevOps implementation.

Relevant Roles: Developers, Testers, Operations leads and team members, Managers, Agile Coaches, Technical Leads, Technical Coaches, Security leads and team members or anyone aspiring to these roles.

Domains in this track

Continuous Delivery

An approach in which teams produce software in short cycles, ensuring that the software can be reliably released at any time and, when releasing the software, doing so manually.

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Release and Deployment

The main purpose of the release and deployment management is planning, scheduling and controlling of the build, testing and deployment of releases and delivering the new functionality which is required by the businesses and at the same time, protecting the integrity of the services.

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Configuration Management

Configuration (and asset) management is the set of processes designed to ensure the quality of any product obtained during any of the stages of development of an information system (IS), through strict control of the changes made to them and the constant availability of a stable version of each element for everyone involved in the development.

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Security Management

DevOps Security, or DevSecOps, refers to integrating security throughout the DevOps lifecycle, and ensures security is built into the product, instead of applied to a finished product. It means embedding security measures into every stage of the development workflow. To do this, organizations must ensure the entire DevOps team, including developers and operations teams, share responsibility for following security best practices. They should also enable automated security checks at each stage of software delivery by integrating security controls, tools, and processes into the DevOps workflow.

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