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Explore what Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) means for project management and quality assurance in terms of value, quality, and speed by studying the course DevOps - Application Lifecycle Management.
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The course begins by introducing you to ALM and how it can cover a lot of different software development processes. You will become aware of rules associated with ALM and you are encouraged to take a broad view of your world to understand what you’re trying to accomplish. You will learn about DevOps CALMS and be able to distinguish between each aspect of CALMS. This course will show you how DevOps can help your company to thrive in many ways such as accelerating delivery, allowing experimentation and optimizing resources.
Next, the course will introduce you to continuous delivery. You will learn about the seven principles of continuous delivery and also the benefits of implementing continuous delivery. This course will also review aspects of quality, with a focus on practices, principles, and quality gates.
You will get a look at some of the best tools in the marketplace, backed up with the core techniques and philosophies that make high-quality code a natural outgrowth of solid software development. You will also learn about end-to-end visibility and transparency and get to know the importance of integrated data. Finally, this course will allow you to see the power of TFS as an end-to-end ALM platform.
This course will be of great interest to professionals working in software development and who would like to learn more about application lifecycle management and its role in delivering high quality software products.
Having completed this course you will be able to: - Define what application lifecycle management is. - Explain the current state of application delivery. - Describe lean and agile software processes. - Explain continuous delivery. - Describe patterns and anti-patterns for continuous delivery. - Identify how to get started with DevOps. - Explain what DevOps CALMS means. - Define what quality is. - Explain different quality techniques. - Describe the relationship between testers and quality assurance. - Distinguish between the different levels in project management. - Explain the features of work visibility. - Explain the definition of done. - Build different charts based off of work items.
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