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[Infographic] DevOps Practice Wizard – Tools for Modern DevOps Practice

In 2009, Flickr presented 10+ Deploys Per Day: Dev and Ops Cooperation at Flickr. It was revolutionary. This started the DevOps (Development-Operations) movement. A few years more, we have a burgeoning ecosystem of tools, both open-source and commercial / enterprise, that can be leveraged to build your DevOps stack.

When we started practicing DevOps for some of our customers back in 2012, we had a huge task in front of us – to map all existing tools in a repo that we can refer to at any point in time. That set us off on a journey that continues till date. To bring together most of the major tools and map it to stages in DevOps.

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A simple Google search for “DevOps automation” results in hundreds of individual tools. The core strength and ability of each of the tool is different and therefore, almost always, the choice is driven by the business goals and expected outcomes. Aspects like talent availability, associated cost, and time-to-market affect decision making.

The rise of DevOps has introduced new methods of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery / Continuous Deployment (CD). The adoption of CI/CD will provide insights into process changes using tools, which could help the Operations team and the developers to be more successful.

Automation is fun when you know what stacks you need to know to help a product win in the marketplace. This is in no way a complete set of tools available, but the most widely used. Do you think we missed a few that you currently use? Please leave us a comment and we will try to add to our ever-growing list of tools for DevOps.

All Products / Tools cited in the infographic

Infra Platform / Cloud Compute Configuration Management Tools Source Code – Build Tools SCM (Source code manager) Continuous Integration Tools
Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise
In House Infra AWS Ansible (*) Ansible Tower Maven FinalBuilder GitHub (*) Bitbucket Jenkins Bamboo
vagrant (*) GCP SaltStack (*) Chef Gradle SVN TFS | VSTS Team City AWS CodePipeline
VirtualBox Vmware Cloud Puppet (*) CFEngine ANT Mercurial AWS CodeComit Travis (*)
Openstack (*) Microsoft Azure Terraform (*) Grunt CruiseControl
IBM Cloud Cloudformation npm (*) CircleCI (*)
Openshift Cmake | make
Rackspace MSBuild
Alibaba NAnt
Microservices Artifactory Testing Tools Monitoring Continuous Delivery | Deployment Tools
Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise Open Source Enterprise
Docker CE Docker EE Archiva Nexus Pro JUnit HP UFT ELK Datadog Jenkins AWS Code Deploy
Kubernetes Mesosphere Enterprise Nexus OSS AWS-ECR Selenium Tricentis Tosca Zabbix Splunk Shippable CA Technologies – ARA
Mesosphere Marathon Jfrog (*) GCP-GCR Cucumber Postman Ganglia New Relic TeamCity IBM UrbanCode (uDeploy)
Rancher Docker-DTR JMeter HP LoadRunner Monit Capistrano Plutora
Appium Prometheus Release Control
SoapUI Grafana Octopus Deploy
Zenoss TFS
Nagios (*) ElectricFlow
AWS CodePipeline

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About the Writer

  • Nikhil Rasane

    As a DevOps evangelist, I am passionate about taking up new challenges in the field of DevOps and Cloud. I have had the privilege of working in Data Centre (R & D) for about 12 years including Infrastructure and Automation. My expertise lies in enabling DevOps practices using various open-source and enterprise technologies.