A DevOps Engineer is someone who works with the software developers and IT executives to oversee the release of codes in the form of CI/CD.
If you are someone looking for a clear understanding of DevOps and the procedures followed in real-life situations, this is the ideal course for you.
Basically DevOps is a software development strategy which links the programmers to the executive staff. With DevOps Engineers companies or organisations can launch small features rapidly and also incorporate customer feedback as soon as they get them. The process of bridging the gap between developers and executives involves numerous testing and deployments. These are done using certain conventional tools like:
Git and GitHub
Nagios, and a lot more.
At LSET, with the blended and applied education features, you will be able to get the best hands-on experience of the methodologies regarding DevOps and related operations.
Benefits of learning DevOps
The market for DevOps Engineers is expected to rise from GBP 2.65 billion in 2018 to GBP 7.98 billion in 2023.
Worldwide companies and MNC’s like BBC News, eBay, PayPal and Uber use DevOps to speed up their operations and render a better user interface.
The average salary of a DevOps Engineer is approximately £98,500 per annum.
Due to the networking and collaborations needed in the process of DevOps, the job role is not very monotonous and is rather satisfying and diverse.