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Who hasn’t heard of DevOps in the IT industry? The concept is decades old, but the branding and the buzz of the title has only reached peak visibility in the past five years. It’s not just a buzzword. It’s not even a specific job.
It’s a work paradigm that brings together traditional IT development methods and operational administration, and merges them into one effort. Most DevOps engineers were either developers or system administrators. They made a choice or stepped into a role that bridged the divide. If you are one of those professionals who has yet to cross the bridge to experience both disciplines, or perhaps are new to the industry, there is a lot to know. Here are some answers to get you on your way.
Download this white paper to learn more about becoming a DevOps engineer.