Software and Systems Engineering Standards: Implementing DevOps Best Practices
This course discusses the required development and operations practices (DevOps) for building reliable and secure systems in general, and in regulated environments, including their value for aerospace and defense. Topics include DevOps principles and practices, DevOps and life cycle processes, technical management processes.
What will you learn:
- Define DevOps and its importance
- Understand DevOps principles and practices
- Discuss DevOps and life cycle processes
- Explore DevOps technical management processes
- Apply DevOps processes
This course is part of the following course program:
IEEE Software and Systems Engineering Standards Used in Aerospace and Defense
Courses included in this program:
Who should attend: aerospace engineers, project managers, software engineers, government, defense, standards developers
Bob Aiello is a configuration management, application life cycle management, and development operations architect, trainer and coach with experience in leading the process improvement transformation in organizations in highly regulated industries including finance, medical, aerospace, and automotive. Bob envisioned the need for an IEEE DevOps standard and led the working group effort to write the standard. Bob has authored several books on CM, ALM & DevOps, co-authored the IEEE 828 Configuration Management Standard and is currently the working group chair of the IEEE P828 CM working group revising the 828 CM Standard. He is also an appointed IEEE liaison to ISO focusing DevOps and Agile/Lean methodology.
Publication Year: 2021