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Agile-Driven DevOps Workshop


Teach your teams to manage infrastructure, operations, and production work the Agile way with Agile DevOps training. A true DevOps transformation starts by driving the principles and practices of agility beyond development teams to everyone involved in the IT value chain.


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Class Description

Teach your teams to manage infrastructure, operations, and production work the Agile way with Agile DevOps training. A true DevOps transformation starts by driving the principles and practices of agility beyond development teams to everyone involved in the IT value chain.


Successful DevOps transformation starts with top-to-bottom agility throughout your entire organization.

Despite the widespread success of Agile development practices, success is limited if Agile practices do not reach beyond development teams to deploy products delivering measurable value. Scalability, continuous integration, and ongoing maintenance in the production environment are just as critical to organizational success as the development effort itself.

In the quest for end-to-end value, DevOps has arisen as a professional movement which is both a reaction to and an expansion of Agile success. As agility increases speed and quality with which development teams produce features and products, it creates challenges for other departments tasked with deploying and maintaining them. DevOps transformation is the key to bridging these organizational gaps and resolving bottlenecks and handoff challenges in the value chain.


In this two-day, hands-on Agile DevOps training course, you will learn to apply Agile practices which enable organizational DevOps transformation.


Before new engineering or automation tools can be effective, DevOps success starts with Agile culture and practices — applied in development teams and beyond. This two-day Agile DevOps training course teaches Agile skills which can be applied to both development and every other role in the value chain of a product or feature. This Agile DevOps training course will increase the agility and effectiveness of anyone who plays a part in delivering, deploying or maintaining Agile projects.

Course Outline

1. The Case for Agile-Driven DevOps
The heritage of Agile and DevOps
The business case for DevOps
Common Agile and DevOps principles
Goals of Agile and DevOps
Understanding the overall value chain

Exercise: Defining your goals

2. Critical Principles of Agile & Scrum
Effective and quick response to change
Feedback loops
Adaptation of work
Cross-functional roles
Continuous Integration
Velocity tracking
Linking work to end value
Mindset and culture

Exercise: Agile maturity

3. Transforming to Agile Culture
Principles as foundation
Principles translated to practices
The critical role of culture
What is a DevOps culture?
Top practices for transforming culture
A new way to fail

Exercise: Assessing cultural profile

4. Sprints: Agile Practices Applied
Running a sprint
Maintaining a backlog
Grooming a backlog
Velocity and velocity tracking
Stakeholder roles

Exercise: An operational sprint simulation

5. Agile roles in DevOps
Change management
Application owners
Product owners
Executive sponsors

Exercise: What’s your agile role?

6. Agile Infrastructure
Iterating operational work
Scrum teams in Ops
Unified IT retrospectives
Designing infrastructure goals
Matching infrastructure to application goals
Cloud engineering: a primer
Reducing skills-based silos
Tools for implementing agile infrastructure

7. Kaizen and Continuous Improvement
Schooling teams on entropy
Common organizational goals
The incremental approach to Kaizen
How to drive the ethic into the team
Signs of success and failure

Exercise: Kaizen components: true or false

8. Kanban: Tracking Operational and Project Work
The Kanban system
Kanban roots: gaining perspective
Visualizing work
Push vs. pull stimulus
Lean principles
Work in Progress (WIP)
Queues and buffers
Blocked Work

9. Waste and Application of Lean Principles
Work in Progress (WIP)
Overburdening of teams
Time available (idle states or waiting)
Inventory, stock, unused assets
Handoffs and movement of work
Latent skill

Exercise: Identifying waste

10. Scalability
Linking business value to operational work
Scaled Agile principles for increased capacity
Automation and scaled infrastructure
Throttling operational work
Dissolving operational silos

11. Going Back to Work with a Plan
Identifying your goals
Next steps
Open forum and real-world discussion

Who Should Attend?

IT Managers, Directors or Team Leads
System Administrators
Application Developers and Managers
Application Development Manager
Business Analysts
IT Operations Staff
Anyone involved in release or feature planning
IT Stakeholders
Product Owners

Additional Info

Class Length

3 Days

Class Locations

Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, TX, Live Virtual Class-Attend from Anywhere, Phoenix-Mesa AZ, Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia, DC-MD-VA-WV

Class Dates

Dec 07, 2015 thru Dec 08, 2015, Feb 01, 2016 thru Feb 02, 2016, Feb 17, 2016 thru Feb 19, 2016, Jan 06, 2016 thru Jan 07, 2016, Jan 25, 2016 thru Jan 27, 2016

Guarantee & Policies

Course registration info, our commitment to your privacy,

and general terms and conditions


Course registration information:

All courses carry Project Consult’s Guarantee of 100% Satisfaction: 
Project Consults provides an unsurpassed training experience. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the program, simply notify the instructor or registrar of your intent to withdraw from the program prior to the first morning break, turn in your course materials and receive a 100% refund. If at the end of the program day, you are unsatisfied with the program, we will credit your tuition towards a future program of your choice.

Payment Policy:
Payment is required at time of registration. Approved forms of payment include a company purchase order, PayPal, or credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

Courses are available as onsite training: 
All courses are available as onsite training at your location. On-site options can be very cost effective.

Course Hours:
This course begins promptly at 8:30 AM and ends at 4:30 PM, unless otherwise noted on the course page or in email notifications. Please arrive at 8:00 AM on the first morning of class to sign-in and meet your fellow attendees.

Shipping of Course Materials:
In an effort to reduce paper waste, course materials for live-online sessions will be digital. You will recieve information on how to obtain your course materials in your confirmation email.

Substitution & Cancellation Policy: 
If a change needs to be made to your public course registration (cancel, transfer, or substitution) Project Consults must receive written notice via email at If a cancel or transfer request is made less than 15 business days prior to the class start date, payment will still be due, no refunds will be issued and you will be charged a $200 change fee. Your paid tuition will be available for one year to be used as a credit towards another course of equal value; only one reenrollment opportunity is allowed. Failure to attend the course without written notification will result in forfeiture of the full course price. Student substitutions may be made at any time prior to the start of class free of charge. If a student substitution is made for a live, online session and any hard-copy materials have been provided to the initial student, it is the responsibility of the client to pass along those materials to the new attendee. If Project Consults is forced to cancel a course for any reason, liability is limited to the registration fee only. If you have questions or concerns, please contact or call 469-424-1084.

In certain situations, Project Consults may not have the required enrollment to hold a course as scheduled. We do our best to confirm every class, but our main mission is to provide students with the skills and knowledge to have a positive impact on their work performance. Based on this, should there be a cancellation for a class you are enrolled in, Project Consults will proactively automatically enroll you into the next available live, online session of the same course to provide you with the knowledge you originally needed. You will be notified during this process and have the ability to work with an Project Consults representative regarding alternate options if you are unable to attend the new session.

Substitution & Cancellation Policy (PMP Boot Camp): 
If you are unable to attend your scheduled training class, please contact us directly at 469-424-1084. We require a 16 calendar day notice to reschedule or to cancel any registration (and receive refund for payment). Failure to provide the required notification will result in a 100% charge of the course fee. If a student does not attend a scheduled course without prior notification, or contacts us to cancel within the notification window, the student will have the option to pay a $200 reschedule fee to attend one of the live, online sessions of the PMP Boot Camp. Within the notification period, only student substitutions will be permitted.

Hotel Reservations:
Project Consults does not set aside a block of rooms for class participants. If you wish to book a sleeping room please contact Project Consults for the best hotel options or recommendations. For directions to the course location please call Project Consults or you may also contact the training center or hotel directly.


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