A Certified Agile Service Manager (CASM) is the operational counterpart to a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). Working together, Scrum Masters and Agile Service Managers can instill agile thinking into the entire IT organization as the basis of a DevOps culture.
This Certified Agile Service Manager® (CASM) Certification Training provides an introduction to Agile Service Management – the application and integration of agile thinking into service management processes and process design projects. Agile thinking improves IT’s efficiency and enables IT to continue to deliver value in the face of changing requirements.
Familiarity with IT software development and operations responsibilities
Pre-class assignment: Read The Agile Service Management Guide and Scrum Guide. This reading will be provided to attendees via email. Please allow 90 mins to complete this assignment (52 pages).
16 PMI PDUs (Although DOI has not currently been issued an official code to submit for PMI PDU credit, you can submit for credit successfully by way of the “Other” category at the PMI website. Essentially, 1 PDU credit per hour of instructor-led training. So, in the case of DevOps Foundation, 16 credits would be applicable.)
Exam Duration is 60 minutes
Exams are Open Book and web based
DOI exams are administered by Kryterion Global Testing Solutions
To maintain the value and integrity of the certification, all candidates are required to attend approved DOI classes through one of the DOI REPs (Registered Education Providers) to be eligible to sit the exam.
Certified Agile Service Manager (CASM) Certification Training Delivery Methods
Participate in unique activities designed to apply training
Take sample documents, templates, tools and techniques with you post-training
Access to DevOps Institute additional sources of information and communities
Exam is included to test for certification
Certified Agile Service Manager (CASM) Certification Training Course Benefits
Apply Agile and Scrum concepts to ITSM process design and improvementUnderstand that it is more important to “be agile” than “do agile”Cross-pollinate Agile and ITSM practices to support end-to-end Agile Service Management