DevOps Glossary A-Z

Foggy on DevOps and Cloud jargon? In this article, I have covered 70+  DevOps and Cloud computing IT glossary from A to Z. It has definitions for most popular DevOps/cloud computing terms and acronyms. A Availability Zones Availability Zones are unique data…

Docker content trust 101

What is Docker Content Trust (DCT)? It basically allows the user to verify the integrity of the image and image provider before you pull or run them on your system. Meaning, It prevents a user from using a container image from…

List of useful docker commands

This is a selective list of useful Docker commands that’ll help in your day to day job. Docker is built around two concepts; Image and container. A Docker image is a compiled version of a docker file that is built up from…

Distroless Images 101?

Distroless images 101: What is it, why it is important?: Distroless is a Docker image that is published by Google, it basically allows you to eliminate the OS in the containers to the bare minimum application that needs to run. Basically,…

Is site reliability engineering same as DevOps?

Is Site reliability engineering (SRE) same as DevOps?: SRE and DevOps are usually discussed together, but they’re not the same thing. SRE is an engineering function within an organization that implement DevOps. Meaning that SRE is one of the methods to…

DevOps key takeaways – Part 5

Without Agile, we cannot end the talk of DevOps. Even though they are not similar but they are related to each other and describe completely different aspects of the software development Life cycle. In this article, you can find the key difference…

What skills does a DevOps engineer need?

DevOps engineers will collaboratively work with the Development team to deploy and operate the workloads. Their major roles and responsibilities are to help automate and streamline the operations, processes, build and maintain tools for deployment, monitoring, operations, maintenance, and troubleshooting, and…