DevOps Test Engineering (DTE)®: Course Contents | ALC Training News

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1. Realising DevSecOps Outcomes
  • Origins of DevOps
  • Evolution of DevSecOps
  • Other Frameworks
  • CALMS
  • The Three Ways
2. Defining the Cyber Threat Landscape
  • What is the Cyber Threat Landscape?
  • What is the threat?
  • What do we protect from?
  • What do we protect, and why?
  • How do I talk to security?
3. Building a Responsive DevSecOps Model
  • DevSecOps Model with components
  • Technical, business and human toll outcomes
  • What’s being measured?
  • Gating and thresholding
  • Incremental improvements
4. Integrating DevSecOps Stakeholders
  • The DevSecOps State of Mind
  • What “good” culture looks like
  • The DevSecOps Stakeholders
  • What’s at stake for who?
  • People, process, technology and governance
5. Establishing DevSecOps Practices
  • Start where you are
  • Integrating people, process, technology and governance
  • Continuous Security for DevSecOps
  • Onboarding process for stakeholders
  • Practices and outcomes
  • Data driven decision making and response
6. Best Practices to Get Started
  • Identifying target state
  • Value stream-thinking
  • Flow
  • Feedback
  • Learning
7. DevOps Pipelines and Continuous Compliance
  • The goal of a DevOps pipeline
  • Why continuous compliance is important
  • Archetypes and reference architectures
  • Coordinating DevOps Pipeline construction
  • DevSecOps tool categories, types and examples
8. Learning Using Outcomes
  • Security Training Options
  • Training as Policy
  • Experiential Learning
  • Cross-Skilling
  • The DevSecOps Collective Body of Knowledge
  • Preparing for the DevSecOps Foundation certification exam
  • Next Steps

Jes Irving