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Weighing course in DevOps


Yevgeny Libov
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I work in communications networks. Mostly with Cisco and Juniper equipment for several years.
The level of knowledge I have accumulated over a period of approximately 4 years is about CCNP, but from the authority point of view I only did the JNCIA entry certificate.

There is also a touch on Linux but it is not deep.

I would like to somewhat expand towards software in this area, and I thought about DevOps course.
According to what I saw with potential employers, there is a demand for this.
I went over the requirements and most of the places I teach want programming background. I have a background from studies in the distant past that I did not finish, but not something I remember from now on and can implement.

If someone is familiar with the field, I would be happy to receive a recommendation on the background that I needed to get into the course (there are places that do entrance exams), and whether the course is worth the money.

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The message above does not seem suspicious at all. :)

 

I have been in this sub-field for five years (out of ten years of IT). I do not think there was anything that could be learned in the course and not through work and experience with self-study, but that's already your personal decision.

You do not have to come with a programming background. The truth is that you do not need anything because DevOps is a methodology for working and thinking more than a profession.

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