Do you or your organization want to join other leading IT thought leaders from industry, software, training and consulting organizations working cooperatively to build the most open, comprehensive platform available in the market for DevOps and Agile Skills Development? If so, you can become a DASA Forerunner or Training Partner or even build your own DASA Courseware and become a DASA Courseware Partner.
Want to learn how you can join our global movement?
Development vs Delivery
Within the DASA model there is a difference between Development and Delivery related activities. The Development activities include market research and qualification development initiatives. Delivery is about taking DASA programs to the market by professional training organizations to professionals.
Let’s start with the Downstream activities, as this is what the majority of the market is exposed to. Delivery activities are all related to helping IT organizations develop high performance teams by training them the right skills needed as per the DASA Competence Model.
A Forerunner is someone or something that comes before another, a sign that something is going to Happen. Our Forerunner members ensure that DASA has a 360-degree view of what’s key to companies looking to adopt DevOps principles.
If you are an IT Training, or Consulting organization, or a member of an Enterprise IT team interested in training your internal teams. Why not become a DASA Training Partner the benefits are that you will be using an open source, universal qualification scheme.
Develop Courseware that conforms to the DASA Syllabus and Exam Specifications. If you have developed DevOps courseware you can submit it for review and if approved. You can become a DASA Courseware Partner.
Created an open model everyone who is a member can contribute to the development of DASA programs. Members can join working groups and actually influence the specific programs that DASA takes to market and detailed syllabi of each program.
Editorial Board and Working Groups
Development is about understanding the market, and building qualification programs that make sense. New ideas and development initiatives reach the editorial board through Partners and Members, and executed through working groups.