Over 100 students and community members attended the Open Source Lab’s DevOps DayCamp in the Kelley Engineering Center at Oregon State University on Saturday, Oct. 11.
DevOps DayCamp, a new event this year, was the kick-off for DevOps BootCamp, an extracurricular training program in its second year that takes place throughout the school year for OSU students and community members interested in DevOps. DayCamp is a dual-track event designed to accommodate varying levels of DevOps experience. Tracks consisted of a beginner track and an advanced track, with one joint session for all experience levels.
The beginner track guided less experienced attendees in getting started through introductory and workshop sessions on the basics of DevOps. Led by the OSL staff, beginner attendees received instruction on some basic tools of DevOps, including Linux, the terminal and IRC. The sessions set beginners up for a successful DevOps BootCamp experience.