The Heise webinar series: DevOps in practice


In June, July and August, Heise offers a webinar series DevOps in practice a practical introduction to the world of modern container technology. In a total of 20 hours, participants learn how to use continuous delivery pipelines. In addition, you will learn how to implement test automation, create the right corporate culture for DevOps, integrate security into the development process via DevSecOps and implement continuous deployment with GitOps.

The webinars are headed by the renowned experts Konstantin Diener, Christian Kühn, Anja Kammer, Simon Harrer, Sven Johann and Nicolas Byl, who playfully convey their years of practical experience in the areas of DevOps and Continuous Delivery to the participants. Each webinar is structured like online training and offers plenty of space for interaction and practical exercises.

The webinars have a running time of four hours each and take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participation in a webinar costs € 139. If you book all five appointments at the same time, you can save a lot with a discounted combination ticket for € 429 compared to individual sales. All participants can not only look forward to a lot of practice and interaction, but also have the opportunity to repeat and deepen what they have learned with all the records and materials afterwards.

We’re building a continuous delivery pipeline
The start of the webinar series makes Konstantin Diener (cosee) on June 29th. In the webinar he teaches participants why continuous integration and continuous delivery make sense at all. With practical exercises and examples, they master the principles of the techniques and put them into practice. Together they work out the advantages of continuous delivery and develop their own CD pipeline, after which they are able to apply the techniques for their own projects

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