The DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA) Releases Dutch Version the first of Many
Recognizing the Growing Adoption of DASA DevOps Certifications across the Globe, DASA has launched an Initiative to translate their DASA DevOps Fundamentals Program into multiple languages.
Our Dutch syllabus and glossary are available on the DASA website and will be accessible via our DASA Exam Service Providers APMG and iSQI. We will also launch our Japanese Fundamentals exam later this month, followed by French, Spanish, and German versions.
The DASA DevOps Fundamentals Qualification is the first in the DASA qualification scheme launched in June 2016. DASA DevOps Fundamentals provides an understanding of the core DevOps principles and essential knowledge and skills areas relevant for anyone working in a DevOps team. Those who passed the DASA DevOps Fundamentals and are a member of a DevOps team are encouraged to continue with the DASA DevOps Practitioner Program, which is a practical and hands-on skill oriented certification program.
“We see significant interest in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Japan, Spain and Latin America for DASA DevOps Training and we are committed to providing local languages in these regions. We are seeing increased interest, adoption and growth in these markets, and are excited about the future”, says Deborah Burton, Managing Director of DASA.
The DASA DevOps Qualification Program is complemented by core DASA guidance in the form of the DASA Competence model and supplemented whitepapers. More information about the DevOps Agile Skills Association can be found on www.devopsagileskills.org or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA) provides an open, global community for DevOps and Agile skills development. It is organized as a community-driven platform open to participating member organizations to help define skills and knowledge-based competencies and learning curricula.
To Realize its Broader Purpose, DASA Aims to:
● Generate interest in and awareness of the need for skills development
● Define a relevant and vendor-neutral DevOps qualifications program for professionals
● Promote open source qualifications for DevOps Skills
● Ensure a baseline quality for training programs delivered to the market
● Map members' training program content against the role-based competencies baseline
To find out more about DASA visit: www.deveopsagileskills.org
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Source: EIN Presswire