The term “DevOps” was coined in 2010 by Amazon Web Services (AWS) to describe how software development teams should operate. It combines elements of both traditional IT operations and agile software development practices. DevOps is an emerging technology that combines software development and operations. It allows developers to work on their code while IT professionals manage the infrastructure. In this course, we will cover the basics of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and DevOps. We’ll also discuss the benefits of using these tools together.

Play Video

Introduction to DevOps

In order to successfully implement DevOps, you need to understand what it means and why it’s so important. This course will help you gain an understanding of the concepts behind DevOps and how they apply to your organization.

Continuous Integration (CI)

Continuous integration is one of the key elements of DevOps. It helps ensure that code changes are tested before being deployed to production. CI tools automate the process of testing and deploying code.


A common misconception about DevOps is that it’s only about automating deployments. In reality, DevOps is much broader than just deployment automation. It includes everything from automated testing to continuous delivery.


Continuous integration (CI) is one of the key elements of DevOps. CI is an automated process where developers build software continuously as part of their workflow. This helps ensure that changes made by different developers don’t break each other’s code.
Monitoring is another key component of DevOps. Developers use tools like New Relic to monitor application performance and identify bottlenecks. They then work together with operations teams to fix these issues before they impact end users.


In addition to helping developers write better code, DevOps also helps them find and fix bugs faster. By automating processes, DevOps makes it easier for developers to test their code and deploy it to production environments.

What people are saying

Enroll Now