Current ECU courses include:
The first course all students should take, the ElectricFlow Fundamentals course teaches the basic functions of ElectricFlow. It is the foundation for all other ElectricFlow courses. Upon completing this course students will have a working knowledge of:
- The terminology used for many of the concepts and functions in ElectricFlow, and,
- How to navigate the product based on their use case or persona.
ElectricFlow Release Orchestration
For Release Managers and Release Engineers, this is the second course in the Release Orchestration path. This course gives students the tools they need to manage, track and improve simple and complex release portfolios. Upon the completion of this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- How to use the Release Command Center to understand the risk and health of a release,
- How to use the Release Calendar to schedule the overall release and the various stages in it, and,
- How to use ElectricFlow to assist Change Tracking and to create a Bill of Materials.
ElectricFlow Release Implementation
A more in-depth technical class for engineers on the Release Implementation learning path for ElectricFlow, this course teaches how to implement the Release functionality in ElectricFlow. Upon completion of this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- How to create, improve, and refactor Release pipelines,
- How to understand and customize Release Dashboards, and,
- (something less redundant here) how to create Releases in ElectricFlow that will give you the insight into your releases.
ElectricFlow Deployment Automation Fundamentals
The second course in the Deployment Automation learning path, this course introduces the concepts of ElectricFlow Applications and Environment modeling. This course is useful for anyone who will be deploying Applications across Environments in their Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Upon completing this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- How to run and monitor a deployment,
- Creating snapshots to track improvments over time, and,
- Platform concepts such as Projects, Procedure, and Properties.
The course is also required for those engineers who will be creating Deployment Automation in ElectricFlow.
ElectricFlow Deployment Automation – Advanced
This in-depth course for Release Engineers and DevOps Team Members gives students the technical knowledge for creating the Application and Environment models that are the heart of Deployment Automation in ElectricFlow. Upon completiong of this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- How to model and deploy Applications across Environments in their SDLC,
- How and when to use multiple deployment methods (blue/green, canary, etc.), and
- Pipelines, Snapshots, Access Controls, Credentials and Impersonation, Dynamic Environments, and other useful topics.
ElectricFlow – Monitoring, Optimization, Customization
This course contains additional modules for all students to learn how to monitor, optimize and customize ElectricFlow. Upon completiong of this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- Extensibility and Reusability,
- Security, and,
These topics are not sequenced, so trainees can study topics in any order that fits their schedule or interests.
ElectricFlow Advanced Topics
This learning path gives students the latest information on ElectricFlow as well as advanced topics and new features as they are introduced in ElectricFlow. Courses will be updated to enhance learning in Best Practices, DevOps fundamentals, and other topics that Electric Cloud customers demand. Current modules in this learning path include:
- Continuous Integration-Testing-Deployment,
- Bill of Materials, and,
- Universal Tagging.
ElectricFlow Platform Training
This course is for engineers who plan to go further with their ElectricFlow automation learning by teaching about the underlying concepts in the Platform. Upon completion of this course, students will have a working knowledge of:
- Procedures and Sub-procedures,
- Properties and Artifact Management, and,
- Standard and Dynamic Workflows.
This course is for engineers in the IT or DevOps group who will be responsible for keeping ElectricFlow running efficiently. Upon completing this course, students will:
- Have working knowledge of installation, backups, and upgrades,
- Creating Zones & Gateways, and,
- Other concepts vial to a successful ElectricFlow implementation.
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