DevOps is revolutionizing the way enterprises deliver apps to the market by blending software development and information technology operations. This convergence creates an assembly line for the cloud, as Tim Erlin wrote for The State of Security, by increasing the rate at which companies can develop apps and deliver them to users.
The DevOps process involves intensive work, with engineers constantly on the lookout for new tools. The only problem is that there are so many options out there. To save teams time, here are 11 common tools for your DevOps team.
enables IT admins to automate parts of their daily tasks with ease. Enterprises that use Ansible can benefit from increased accountability and compliance in their IT environments as well as innovation and collaboration among employees. Organizations can also take Ansible one step further with Tower, which adds control, security and other capabilities.
integrates into any environment and provides full stack portability for apps. The framework comes with lightweight containers that enterprises can combine to build secure, safer applications. Organizations may also choose the Enterprise Edition, which streamlines app development and production across locations running Windows and Linux.
is a platform designed to help organizations manage their infrastructure. The Chef Server stores an enterprise’s “cookbooks” along with the details pertaining to every “node” on which the Chef client runs. Chef helps organizations manage all their on-premises and cloud environments as well as deploy compliance audits with a click.
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from The State of Security authored by David Bisson. Read the original post at: https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/devops/common-tools-for-your-devops-team/