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Why become a SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner?

1

Enable strategic business objectives.

2

Create mindset, culture, and technical practices.

3

Design a Continuous Delivery Pipeline

Who should takeSAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner?

  • All members of an Agile Release Train

  • Development Managers & Engineering Manager

  • Configuration Managers & Release Managers

  • Development Leads, Developers, UI/UX Developers

  • Infrastructure Architects, System Architects

  • Product Managers, Product Owners

  • System Administrators, DBAs, InfoSec

  • QA Managers, Testers

  • Release Train Engineers, Scrum Masters

What does SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner do?

  • Explore SAFe’s CALMR (Culture, Automation, Lean, Measure, Recover) approach to DevOps.

  • Build a culture of shared responsibility for delivering the full spectrum of solutions.

  • Align people, processes, and technology throughout your organization to achieve faster time-to-market.

  • Incorporate continuous testing and continuous security into the delivery pipeline.

  • Integrate continuous exploration, integration, and deployment, and release value to end users on demand.

  • Design and implement an actionable DevOps transformation plan tailored to the organization.

  • Evaluate and improve the current state using tools like the DevOps Health Radar and Transformation Canvas.

How to become a
SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner?

01

Enroll in iZenBridge for SAFe DevOps Practitioner.

02

Gain access to pre-read material and SAFe® Community Platform.

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Attend the SDP live sessions.

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Attend the Online Exam for 90 mins, which comprises 45 MCQs.

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Pass the SDP test by scoring a minimum of 73% (33 out of 45).

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Claim your SAFe DevOps Practitioner certificate.

What are the SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner Learning Objectives?

  • Determine and enable strategic business objectives through DevOps

  • Apply a CALMR approach to avoid automating broken processes

  • Understand that successful DevOps requires continuous exploration, continuous integration, continuous deployment, and the ability to release to end-users on demand.

  • Incorporate continuous testing and continuous security into the delivery pipeline

  • Implement value-stream mapping to measure flow and identify bottlenecks in the end-to-end delivery process

  • Formulate DevOps skills and tools strategically for the fastest and most compelling results

  • Prioritize DevOps solutions and investments for the greatest economic benefit

  • Design and implement a multi-phased DevOps transformation plan tailored to the organization

  • Collaborate with all roles and levels in the organization to continually optimize the value stream

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SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner Deliverables

  • Training from our certified industry expert

  • Course and Workbook Online

  • Exam Fee for 1 attempt towards the SAFe® 5.1 DevOps Practitioner Certification

  • SAFe® DevOps Practitioner PDF certificate

  • One-year membership to the SAFe Community Platform

  • 15 PDUs toward your continuing education requirements with the PMI for PMP, PgMP, and PMI-ACP certifications

  • SEUs under Category C, toward earning or renewing your CSP

“Build your SAFe DevOps skills and become a top-earning Certified SAFe 5 DevOps Practitioner”

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FAQs

What is DevOps?

  • Provides communication, integration, automation, and close cooperation among all the people needed to plan, develop, test, deploy, release, and maintain a Solution.
  • Breaks down silos and empower each Agile Release Train (ART) and Solution Train to continuously deliver new Features to their end users.
  • Close collaboration between development and operations to help trains operate with an automated Continuous Delivery Pipeline.
  • Delivers solution elements to the end user, without handoffs or excessive external production or operations support.
  • Deliver value more frequently.

Scrum at its best is an isolated minimal agile framework, which in itself is incomplete. Scrum does not address the regular organizational issues, its part of overall organization. DevOps goes a step further and ensures a greater collaboration between development and the operations team, thereby ensuring a continuous delivery.

Devops ensure continuous delivery which is an end goal of agile software development. Unlike other frameworks, DevOps brings greater collaboration with help of tools, culture, change management, process improvement and collaboration.

  • Improve collaboration between Development and IT Operations
  • Develop and automate a continuous delivery pipeline.
  • Increase the frequency and quality of deployments
  • Improves innovation and risk-taking by making it safer to experiment
  • Realize Faster time to market
  • Improve solution quality and
  • shorten the lead time for fixes
  • Reduce the severity and frequency of release failures
  • Improve the Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR)
  • SAFe Devops leverages the culture created by adopting the Lean-Agile values, principles, and practices of the entire framework.
  • It enables shifting some operating responsibilities upstream, while following development work downstream into deployment, and operating and monitoring the solution in production.
  • Devops relies on the ability of Agile teams and IT Operations teams to collaborate effectively in an ongoing manner, ensuring that solutions are developed and delivered faster and more reliably.
  • It includes operations personnel and capabilities on every ART.
  • DevOps requires a tolerance for failure and rapid recovery, and rewards risk-taking. Infrastructure empowers development and operations to act independently without blocking each other.
  • Sharing discoveries, practices, tools, and learning across silos is encouraged. DevOps relies heavily on automation to provide speed, consistency, and repeatable processes and environment creation, as we describe below.

After getting certified as SAFe DevOps, you can easily get following roles –

  • Software development team member in SAFe DevOps environment.
  • SAFe DevOps Consultant
  • Agile project manager
  • Release train engineer
  • SAFe Scrum Master
  • Agile Coach
  • SAFe Program Consultant (Next Level of SAFe Certification)

No, it’s mandatory to attend the two days masterclass in order to get certified. It should be an in-person workshop, not virtual training.

It’s 16 hours of hands-on training spanning over two full days.

Yes, the participants will receive 15 Category E Scrum education units.

Yes, it’s an online exam, you can take it from your office or personal computer with good internet connectivity. The exam is virtually proctored and the participants are not allowed to switch in between or refer the study material during the exam.

Here are the details of SAFe Devops Exam

Exam duration 90 minutes
Number of questions 45
Passing score 33 out of 45 (73%)
Language English
Exam cost $100, included in the cost of training
Second attempt Allowed. Cost is USD 50

The SAFe Devops certificate is valid for a year, you need to renew the certificate to keep it valid. The annual cost of renewal is USD 100.

In order to renew, login to the Scaled Agile community portal and you will be able to see all your certificates along with expiry dates.

The reference material for SAFe Devops will be provided in the class.

  • The SAFe Devops reference material (Handbook)
  • Eligibility to take SAFe Devops online exam.
  • Access to SAFe community portal for a year.

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