DevSecOps Practitioner (DSOP)SM

DevSecOps Practitioner (DSOP)℠

DevSecOps Practitioner introduces a range of practices for advancing to a more comprehensive understanding of DevSecOps practices. Explore practical outcomes through finding the right mix of people, building processes to accelerate value, and comparing technological options available today. Tailored for recently transformed organizations that are looking to enhance DevSecOps skills and awareness.

Starter Plan

$50 / Monthly
All plans are include , People Search, and A/B Testing Report.


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Course Type 
Virtual Instructor-Led Training



Three Days

24 hours of Instructor-led training classes


Case Study

Share relevant Industry Insights


By Practioners

Shares real-world experience

Course Overview

The DevSecOps Practitioner course is intended as a follow-on to the DevSecOps Foundation course. The course builds on previous understanding to dive into technical implementation. Each section highlights useful metrics as well as integrates new techniques into differing practices. These modules offer suggestions on how to overcome people, process, and technological issues to develop better DevSecOps outcomes. Beginning with a deeper dive into the surrounding concepts, the course then considers either using existing metrics or developing unique expressions suitable to each DevOps experience. The middle section looks at architecture transitions, building infrastructure, and tuning the CI/CD pipeline to the best effect. Finally, the course offers ways to get the best from your experimentation practices and considers where the future of DevSecOps may lead.

The DevsecOps Practitioner course introduces more advanced ways to explore DevSecOps in your organization. Each section covers practical maturity guides and then discusses how people, processes, and technology can be combined to improve outcomes. The course aims to equip participants with the practices, methods, and tools to engage people across the organization involved in reliability through the use of real-life scenarios and case stories. Upon completion of the course, participants will have tangible takeaways to leverage when back in the office such as implementing DevSecOps practices to their organizational structure, building better pipelines in distributed systems, and having a common technological language. The course is developed by leveraging key DevSecOps sources, engaging with thought-leaders in the space, and working with organizations to extract real-life best practices and has been designed to teach the key principles & practices necessary for successful DevSecOps practices. This course positions learners to successfully complete the DevSecOps Practitioner certification exam.

Please note: It is highly recommended that learners complete the DevOps Institute DevSecOps Foundation course and certification prior to taking the DevSecOps Practitioner course and exam.

Course Objective

At the end of the course, the following learning objectives are expected to be achieved:

1. Comprehend the underlying principles of DevSecOps
2. Distinguish between the technical elements used across DevSecOps practices
3. Demonstrate how practical maturity concepts can be extended across multiple areas.
4. Implement metric-based assessments tied to your organization.
5. Recognize modern architectural concepts including microservice to monolith transitions.
6. Recognize the various languages and tools used to communicate architectural concepts.
7. Contrast the options used to build a DevSecOps infrastructure through Platform as a Service, Server-less construction, and event-driven mediums
8. Prepare hiring practices to recognize and understand the individual knowledge, skills, and abilities required for mature Dev.
9. Identify the various technical requirements tied to the DevSecOps pipelines and how those impact people and process choices.
10. Review various approaches to securing data repositories and pipelines.
11. Analyze how monitoring and observability practices contribute to valuable outcomes.
12. Comprehend how to implement monitoring at key points to contribute to the actionable analysis.
13. Evaluate how different experimental structures contribute to the 3rd Way.
14. Identify future trends that may affect DevSecOps


The target audience for the DevSecOps Practitioner course are professionals including:

● Anyone focused on implementing or improving DevSecOps practices in their organization
● Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches
● Business Managers
● Business Stakeholders
● Change Agents
● Consultants
● DevOps Practitioners
● IT Directors
● IT Managers
● IT Team Leaders
● Product Owners
● Scrum Masters
● Software Engineers
● Site Reliability Engineers
● System Integrators
● Tool Providers

Other Details 


  • ● 24 hours of instructor-led training and exercise facilitation
    ● Learner Manual (excellent post-class reference)
    ● Participation in unique exercises designed to apply concepts
    ● Sample documents, templates, tools, and techniques
    ● Access to additional value-added resources and communities


It is highly recommended that learners attend the DevSecOps Foundation course with an accredited DevOps Institute Education Partner and complete the DevSecOps Foundation certification prior to attending the DevSecOps Practitioner course and exam. An understanding
and knowledge of common DevSecOps terminology, concepts, principles, and related work experience are recommended.


Successfully passing (65%) the 90-minute examination, consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions, leads to the DevSecOps Practitioner certificate. The certification is governed and maintained by DevOps Institute.


  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1: DevSecOps Advanced Basics
  • Module 2: Understanding Applied Metrics
  • Module 3: Architecting and Planning for DevSecOps
  • Module 4: Creating a DevSecOps Infrastructure
  • Module 5: Establishing a Pipeline
  • Module 6: Observing DevSecOps Outcomes
  • Module 7: Practical 3rd Way Applications
  • Module 8: The Future of DevOps

Exam and Certification

Successfully passing (65%) the 60-minute examination, consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions, leads to the SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) Foundation certificate. The certification is governed and maintained by the DevOps Institute.

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Thanks for the excellent training session on DevOps, the training content was well structured and gave us the complete insight of the processes and ph

Digamber Singh

It was an excellent training and I have got an end to end perspective of the DevOps.

Vikas Pal

The training was very good and interactive, also very useful for our DevOps Understanding.

Sandunil Jayasinghe

Hari is an excellent trainer who is very well informed and also a nice listener, which enables him to be better at what he does! Thank you.

Vishnupriya Kannan

Hari provided a Fabulous session of DevOps Foundation. Simplified the concepts with many related examples. Helped to interpret in a very good way. Ear

Senthilnathan Viswanathan

Trainer Hari – Has good subject knowledge on DevOps and provided real-time examples. The training session was very interactive and very useful.
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