If you know about DevOps then you’ll know that this is more than just a tool specific approach to IT, it’s a whole cultural transformation.
At its heart, DevOps is all about preventing miscommunications between the development and operations teams by encouraging continuous integration. The main aims are to apply the principles of agile and lean development to the infrastructure of an organisation, rather than just within their projects, and by doing this, organisations are hoping it will translate into the speeding up of their performance. However this can only happen when further emphasis is put on the automation of processes.
Here are the top 9 tools that you need:
- Containerisation and Container Orchestration
- Configuration Management
- Build Automation
- Source Code Management
- Testing Framework
As the DevOps industry continues to evolve, it will be interesting to see how these tools evolve alongside it, and whether they change considerably with the evolving technology.