There are a number of DevOps-focused articles out there ranging from Kubernetes monitoring solutions to hiring for DevOps. In addition to reading deeply about these topics, it’s smart to keep a pulse on the conversations happening around DevOps on social media.
Easily digestible and straight to the point, DevOps tweets and social posts open up succinct, two-way conversations. So, we took it upon ourselves to curate a few of the best DevOps tweets from the last few weeks:
The highly simplified history of containers on Unix:
History of containers on unix like system:— nixCraft (@nixcraft) August 10, 2018
1. chroot 1982
2. Freebsd jails 2000
3. Linux vserver 2001
4. Solaris zones 2004
5. OpenVZ 2005
6. LXC 2008
7. Systemd-nspawn 2010
8. Docker 2013#sysadmin #linux #unix #macos #devops
A nice post on the usage of version control and its importance for DevOps teams:
Great tweet about how quality software can serve as a competitive differentiator in business:
Software Quality Is a Competitive Differentiatorhttps://t.co/KRYyrZhpp7 [by @MariaLoughlin v/ @Veracode]#Coding #Infosec #DevOps #DataScience #IoT— ipfconline (@ipfconline1) August 11, 2018
Cc @jblefevre60 @antgrasso @evankirstel @MikeQuindazzi @TechNative @Fisher85M @pierrepinna @Shirastweet pic.twitter.com/9ZoC69QGfR
Sharing of The 6 Essentials for DevOps Team Excellence:
Some great tips on using Git in DevOps teams:
You can follow us on Twitter to keep up with some of the latest on DevOps and incident management. Engaging in meaningful conversations about DevOps on social media can help you expose issues, find solutions, and influence deeper collaboration. Isn’t that the point of DevOps anyway?
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