In its widest definition, DevOps is an operational philosophy that fosters better communication between development and operations as more elements become programmable. In its narrowest interpretation, DevOps describes the information technology part of an organization (IT team) that creates and maintains the infrastructure.
The term can also be used to describe a team of software engineers who strategically looks at the entire software supply chain, overseeing shared services, and advocating the use of new development tools, agile methodologies, and best practices.
What matters is that, in general, the DevOps in Secure Group seek to merge application development and deployment into a more streamlined process by transferring part of the operations team's responsibilities back to the development team. They facilitate continuous development, integration, delivery, and process monitoring.
As a DevOps in Secure Group, you will have the opportunity to develop hard skills and soft skills and progress in our Career Journey as:
Level 1: DevOps
Level 2: Sr. DevOps
Level 3: DevOps Engineer
Level 4: Sr. DevOps Engineer
Level 5: System Architect
Level 6: Senior System Architect
In order to achieve the best of their performance, we will introduce the list of requirements and concepts our DevOps should focus on to succeed in our business, as well as their remuneration.
In order to progress in our Career Journey, they need to:
- Meet the criterias of the General ICs Job Level Chart & General ICs Job Step Chart
- Meet the specific criterias of the DevOps framework regarding:
- General Knowledge a list of indispensable softwares, tools, platforms and more, for Secure Group, that they need to know (it can be a little bit out of the scope of their position).
- Specific Knowledge: a list of concepts, tools, software and etc, that are indispensable for them to develop under the scope of their position.
- Secure Group Knowledge: a list of products, company profile and features that they need to know in order to succeed in Secure Group.
- Basic IT Concepts: a list of essential concepts that we consider to be basic for our Frameworks and that we expect employees to master.
Observation: if there's any requirement that is repeated in the following tables but with different grades, the higher requested proficiency will prevail in the Performance Evaluation.
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Secure Group Knowledge
To be able to reach Level 3 in our Career Journey there is some specific knowledge from our company that we request from our DevOps. This means that considering the KAI grades, they will need to score a minimum proficiency considering Secure Group Knowledge in a Documentation level in the following perspectives:
|Secure Group Knowledge||What's Expected||Impact||Product||Minimum Grade|
|User Documentation||Good, user-level knowledge regarding the product and its functionalities. From the user documentation, all employees across the company are required to be well aware of our solutions’ core features and functions such as the Password Advisor or how to send an automatic crash report.||This knowledge helps us facilitate a user-centric approach internally, which we believe is essential to develop our business and solutions. The user documentation helps team members understand user behavior and needs more thoroughly and feel the impact of their everyday efforts.||Secure OS||4|
|Sales Documentation||Employees should gain significant knowledge regarding the business side of Secure Group. They need to be aware of commonly used concepts in our day-to-day activities such as our business and distribution model, value proposition, selling prices, key selling points, and target audience.||The information in the Sales Documentation supports employees in their daily routine. It conveys the overall business vision within the company. This documentation contributes to making employees aware of how our solutions are distributed, who are our key partners and target market to know exactly the people towards whom team members’ efforts should be aimed. Alignment on company-wide priorities is also achieved through clear communication of our value proposition and key selling points, helping everyone understand the things that matter most.||Secure OS||3|
|Support Documentation||People within the company need to be aware of commonly occurring problems with our solutions. From the Support Documentation, employees should also extract general level knowledge regarding support processes, the issues that we’re currently having product-wise, and the approach to troubleshooting them.||o The Support Documentation helps employees understand short-term priorities more clearly and communicate more openly why they’re needed. It also gives them general knowledge of how to spot and report a problem, which helps us facilitate a company-wide contribution to product development. Last but by no means least, it helps team members understand customers pains and behavioral patterns to strengthen our user-centric approach.||Secure OS||3|
|Functional Documentation||Through the Functional Documentation, employees should get a thorough understanding of the solutions and their multiple features. People that work closely with the products must understand exactly how they function, how users interact with them, how to configure different settings, and what’s the expected behavior of different software solutions.||o The information in the Functional Documentation helps employees whose work is closely connected with our solutions, to gain significant in-depth knowledge into their functionalities that far exceeds users‘ understanding. Such thorough product expertise helps us remain objective, evaluate market data more adequately, and constantly increase our internal expertise.||Secure OS||4|
|Technical Documentation||Employees concerned with the Technical Documentation and more concretely - software development, must gain complete mastery over all solutions. Such people are regarded as technical experts and need to be well aware of data structures, relational databases, algorithms, programming languages, models, etc.||The Technical Documentation is used to make sure people that are technically involved in product development have the required knowledge to perform their day-to-day tasks, optimize our solutions more easily, and support other teams with their in-depth expertise.||Secure OS||4|
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Basic IT Concepts
|Individual Contributor Path||Management Path||1||2||3||4|
|1: DevOps||-||1.800 lv||1.950 lv||2.100 lv||2.250 lv|
|2: Sr. DevOps||-||2.800 lv||2.950 lv||3.100 lv||3.250 lv|
|3: DevOps Engineer||Manager||3.800 lv||3.950 lv||4.100 lv||4.250 lv|
|4: Sr. DevOps Engineer||Sr. Manager||4.800 lv||4.950 lv||5.100 lv||5.250 lv|
|5: System Architect||Head of||5.800 lv||5.950 lv||6.100 lv||6.250 lv|
|6: Sr. System Architect||Director||6.800 lv||6.950 lv||7.100 lv||7.250 lv|
|-||Sr. Director||9.000 lv||9.400 lv||9.800 lv||10.200 lv|
|-||Chief of||11.200 lv||11.600 lv||12.000 lv||12.400 lv|
|-||VP||13.400 lv||13.800 lv||14.200 lv||14.600 lv|