DASA is expected to release the DASA DevOps Coach certification in 2019
Recent developments in IT methodologies have given rise to a spate of concepts, such as Agile, Scrum, DevOps, and Lean IT. These methodologies enable the realization of the customer value more rapidly than traditional methods.
Like all other hyper growth trends in our IT industry, adoption of DevOps is also not immune to potential misunderstandings and misconceptions. Besides the relevant tooling and technology component, DevOps predominantly entails a cultural shift towards a new mindset, behaviors, a new organization, and a new way of working. Organizations which do not truly comprehend the essence of DevOps end up with transformational failures, often leading away from the value of DevOps.
When you have acquired the required knowledge from this certification program, you will be able to:
- Recall the basics of DevOps
- Comprehend the role and responsibilities of DevOps coach
- Explain the purpose the DevOps coaching model
- Describe the basic coaching skills (communication, listening, questioning, direct communication)
- Discuss actions and accountability of the DevOps coach
- Understand how to influence behavior and manage interactions
- Understand the methods of coaching teams
- Learn about continuous improvement in teams
- Understand organizational goals
- Learn about coaching for organizational transformation
AudienceThe DASA DevOps Coach certification is aimed at:
- (Lean, Agile, DevOps) Coaches
- Business and IT Managers
- Information Managers
- Business Analysts
- Project Managers
- Enterprise Architects
- DevOps Team Members
Course RequirementsBasic familiarity with Agile, Scrum, and DevOps framework is beneficial. The course is beneficial for professionals, such as:
- Professionals who have working knowledge of coaching, hands-on experience in helping organizations adopt DevOps principles.
- Experienced DevOps professionals who have helped organizations actually transition to DevOps -preferably guided by the DASA DevOps competence model.
- Professionals who have coached in 2 or more organizations, departments, or programs.
- Professionals who have some formal or informal education about coaching.