In terms of 60 hours study, what you're looking to study is complementary material. I would start by watching at the Agile fundamentals course and refresh yourself on the new ITIL 4 Foundation course. This will not only give you more than the recommended 60 hours of self-study, but will also give you a background into the areas that DevOps seeks to integrate: Development and Operations.
You'll find that the ITIL 4 foundation will give you a great background into DevOps as it embraces the concepts of Service Value System and Value Chains, combined with the guiding principles based on the ITIL Practitioner volume.
If you have any questions whilst you're studying - I'll be happy to help!
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Good afternoon all, I am currently studying for the"Comptia IT Fundementals" exam and have just completed ITPRO.tv training, is there any other resources you would suggest for me to use to prepare for this exam? I am hoping to get the certification by the end of this month as I start my new IT career in September.
On pfSense, the default setup is that on the WAN port, all traffic is denied unless explicit allowed. This allows for Whitelisting. Only opening port from the outside IF needed.
Most firewalls, including pfSense. They are stateful firewalls which means that only traffic that was requested from the inside to the destination will be allowed as well as the return traffic.
The only rules essentially that you must set then is if you want to block some type of traffic from going out and making a request. Thereby, also blocking returning traffic as well. E.g. blocking facebook during work hours.
You may have to gather a list of sites that you definitely want allowed...make sure those are not blocked. Then block only traffic you don't want someone to be able to make a request to.
You can use many different tools to do this but I would begin simply and see if the rules are enough. If not, then use additional tools as what you've mentioned.
IT Service Managment
Congratulations on your ITIL4 Foundation result!! Thank you ever so much for the feedback too.
The ITIL4 qualifications will continue to be "drip-fed" over the next 6-9 months, with the first release at the beginning of October for the ITIL Expert "bridge". If you already have an ITIL 3 (2011) Expert qualification you will be eligible for this course. Further modules will be available from November.
My advice on a career path would be to start with DevOps Foundation and then the Agile Foundation courses / exams. From there you can build to Agile Scrum Master (not a huge jump from the Foundation) and the DevOps Professional certifications.
In order to take the DevOps Professional exam you will need to take the DevOps Foundation qualification 1st.
Lean looks at process improvement, and will be useful to you in your career, however in order to define and improve a process you have to 1st understand the processes you require. This is where ITIL and Agile experience is required. I would recommend looking at Lean after you have gained accreditation with the other qualifications.
Good luck with your qualification path, and please let me know if I can help with anything!
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