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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Continuous Delivery & DevOps par Université de Virginie

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Amazon famously delivers new code every 11.6 seconds. Just a few years ago, this was unthinkable: many ‘cutting edge’ firms would release software quarterly. When it comes to digital innovation, velocity is critical and many would say it’s the most reliable determinant of success. Bringing an organization to the state of the art (or even functional capability) in this area requires strong work in a combination of disciplines and a combination of both technical and managerial skills. There is no single cookie-cutter approach for achieving this capability. Much like agile, the right focus and formulation depends a lot on the facts and circumstances of the team. This course, developed at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and taught by top-ranked faculty, will provide you with the interdisciplinary skill set to cultivate a continuous deployment capability in your organization. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Diagnose a team’s delivery pipeline and bring forward prioritized recommendations to improve it 2. Explain the skill sets and roles involved in DevOps and how they contribute toward a continuous delivery capability 3. Review and deliver automation tests across the development stack 4. Explain the key jobs of system operations and how today’s leading techniques and tools apply to them 5. Explain how high-functioning teams use DevOps and related methods to reach a continuous delivery capability 6. Facilitate prioritized, iterative team progress on improving a delivery pipeline...

Meilleurs avis

JU

10 janv. 2021

I am so glad that I took this course. The instructor was excellent - clearly explained things, and made it easy to comprehend the learning objectives, even without having experience writing code.

LL

19 sept. 2020

One of the most "beautifully" executed course. I enjoyed ! Yes , I enjoyed this course !

And I have a suggestion, don't start with devops by "installing jenkins" .

Start with this course !

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par Through t l

25 juil. 2020

Good,Some Hands -On exercises would have been good

par Tapas P

10 mars 2020

lack of practicals/hands on session

par Kumar A

24 déc. 2020

Good for general understanding!

par Dara S

22 juin 2022

so usefull

par David B F

10 août 2020

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par Henrik N

1 févr. 2021

A lot of rambling. Instructor is too much in his head and not able to communicate clearly. First week is good and gives a fine overview of DevOps, but it quickly goes downhill from there. The fourth week was a waste of time and could as well have been skipped. Much is briefly mentioned but not really explained, so it's hard to make sense of it. Also, if you answer wrong to some of the quiz questions they refer back to videos that don't contain the answer.

I'm glad I'm finally done listening to this instructor. Can not recommend.

par Matthijs B

16 août 2019

Very technical approach to grasp the rationale of CI/CD as a concept. Also in week 3 the exm question about integration tests (ice-cone vs hourglass) technically has 2 correct answers. With both of these answers the layer of medium sized tests might require more attention.

par Borin

22 juin 2021

This course is good for who never know Git control, docker, CI/DC, Jenkin, Ansible but it's very basic for who already known those tools

par Rene O

15 janv. 2020

Difficult to understand, the teacher talks too fast, and the course u too short, it could be better if it the course was deeper.

par Andreas l Q

5 déc. 2020

quite vague content and lots of repeating phrases, the content could be delivered in 1-2 hours max.

par Muhammad H S

23 avr. 2020

Would be better if it have some labs or assignments for practical knowledge

par Tasmina K

6 juin 2020

Very wordy, and non handsOn

par Himanshu M

10 mai 2020

Unsatisfactory

par Thanadon B

12 juil. 2020

So boring