DevSecOps – development, security, and operations. As a DevSecOps developer, you help companies build secure and automated applications pipelines. Learn about system infrastructure, automation and security and become a DevSecOps in just 7 months with BeCode. For free!
When and where?
Brussels (SecOps & Sys. Admin)
Registration deadline: 29 March 2022
Selections: 5 & 6 April 2022
Start training: 12 April 2022
End training: November 2022
Start internship: November 2022
Registration deadline: TBA
Start training: TBA
End training: TBA
Start internship: TBA
What you will learn
You will learn tech skills …
As a DevSecOps engineer, you have to be able to craft a project pipeline that goes from development to deployment while ensuring security at every step. That is why BeCode focus on:
- System administration: command line, fundamental scripting, system configuration, monitoring, etc.
- Automation: advanced scripting, CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery), IaC (infrastructure as code), etc.
- Cloud: main providers (AWS, Azure, …), resources management, etc.
- Virtualization: virtual machines and containers
- Security: good practices and tooling (scanners, …)
… And soft skills!
A professional needs to have a deep understanding of a client’s needs and activities and must learn to communicate technical concepts to a customer who isn’t a specialist in the field. Therefore, you will also learn how to speak in public, how to collaborate smoothly, how to be agile and how to manage a project from A to Z. Moreover, all BeCode graduates grow these soft skills:
- Autonomous self-learner
- Team player
- Solution Mindset
Become a System Administrator
A System Administrator is in charge of configuring, monitoring, and maintaining computer systems. In reality, that often translates into taking care of servers, sometimes at an infrastructural scale, as well as offering support to non-IT colleagues.
Or a DevSecOps Engineer
You ensure that an application transitions smoothly from a company (development) to its end users (deployment) in as brief a delay as possible (through automation), while implementing security checks at every step to verify safety.
Or a CloudOps engineer
A CloudOps engineer is also in charge of configuring, monitoring, and maintaining computer systems. However, you focus on setting up all these systems via a remote infrastructure through providers, such as AWS or Azure and their services.
How to apply?
1. Subscribe to the course
And fill in BeCode's form, so they get to know you a bit more. No tricks here, just be as you are! After you have filled in the form, BeCode will send you the instructions for the next steps.
2. Meet BeCode
Once you have completed the registration process, BeCode will invite you to meet them at their selection days. You will receive the invite the day after the registration deadline.
In order to follow this course, you …
- Are tech savvy
- Have a problem-solving mindset
- And a strong motivation
- You are a self-learner
- And have and intermediate English level (B2, writing and reading)
- No specific diploma or degree needed!