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The MCIT DevOps program is a comprehensive curriculum that offers the knowledge needed to deploy, monitor, and maintain systems at scale. This program is designed for individuals who want to learn the principles and practices of managing and automating the continuous integration and delivery of software.

It’s ideal for anyone looking to transition into a DevOps career, including system administrators and engineers who want to bolster their technical skills. The coursework covers hands-on training in the use of Git, Docker, Chef, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios.


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    Get trained by Industry Experts

    Our courses are delivered by professionals with years of experience having learned first-hand the best, in-demand techniques, concepts, and latest tools.
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    Project-Based Learning

    Our curriculum is kept up to date with the latest industry trends ensuring all our graduates are prepared for the job market.
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    Learn while you Work

    Working closely with our industry expert instructors, they can provide guidance and help you network within the field, providing you with a unique advantage in the workforce.
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    State of the Art Infrastructure

    State of the Art facility with over 20 labs, Data centers and server setups in the core of the downtown hub, giving access to , transit, business & entertainment districts.
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    24/7 Lab access

    Our students have access to their labs and course materials at any hour of the day to maximize their learning potential and guarantee success.
*Flexible schedule, Learn while you work *Over 5000 strong alumni network


In this course, you will be introduced to DevSecOps , discussing crucial techniques - continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD), which shorten the time between the implementation of a feature and its availability to users.

In this course, you'll learn the DevOps strategies and tools to succeed in your upcoming role.

One of the key steps in the DevOps pipeline is configuration management. An in-depth explanation of the ideas behind Chef, Puppet, and Ansible is provided in the training.

The DevOps lifecycle is a collection of engineering best practices that offer a methodical approach to managing each entity needed for effective deployment.

In this course, you'll discover how to use Docker, which workloads it is best suited for, and how to convert current apps to run in containers. In addition, the fundamentals of container deployment and orchestration will be covered.

The role of containers in contemporary DevOps, especially the use of Docker with configuration management and continuous integration tools, is a key component of the course.

Best practices for Docker files and container deployment are emphasized for highly available, dependable, and secure software.

In this course, the fundamental abilities, tools, and ideas that a Kubernetes administrator needs to be aware of by taking the Container Orchestration will be covered. 

By the end of this module, the algorithms and techniques for DevOps to solve an interesting real-world challenge will be learned.

This course will allow you to apply the algorithms and techniques for DevOps that you learned to solve an interesting real-world challenge.



Career starters : For those people who are either entering the job market or are interested in making a shift in their current job status. MCIT’s DevOps program can help you transition into, or start a new career as a fully equipped Business Intelligence Developer.
Career advancers : Get a grip on how-to techniques, tools and terminologies to collect and process business information to derive insights and make business decisions
Professionals : Skilled data miners and analytics personnel, the BI program can further help you learn how to take that data, formulate actionable plans and present it to relevant stakeholders.
Fresh Graduates : New university graduates who ' d like to expand their skillset and augment their academic credentials.


Applicants with Post-secondary studies in Business Management, Social Science or Information Technology are a good match for this AEC.  May have a non-programming background.  Any other related and relevant experience, such as a background in networking, would be a great asset but is not compulsory.

Students need the following (minimum) ministry stipulated requirements: secondary V / High School Diploma with good knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

To determine your eligibility, you need to meet with an advisor.

Upon successful completion, the college grants the student an MCIT Diploma in




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    Registration deadline:
    For international students, it is highly recommended to register two months before the starting date. Talk to one of our advisors for more details about the registration process.

    — F.A.Q —

    Each student is provided with a PC "desktop" in the classroom. However, students can bring their own laptops.
    Yes, there're Teaching Assistants (TAs) available for this program to help you during your labs and ease your learning process.

    Montreal College of Information Technology

    200-1255 Robert-Bourassa Blvd.
    Montreal, Quebec H3B 3B2

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