The people, processes, and tools of DevOps in 2018

Check out the 2018 DevOps dirty dozen—the 12 most popular articles from the year.
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I could not be happier with the band of merry DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), and agile folks that have formed under the Opensource.com DevOps banner. Folks from around the globe have assembled to write about the people, processes, and tools they've encountered along their DevOps journeys. It is heartwarming to see so many people willing to share their experiences. This is what DevOps is all about! Better outcomes don't come from inside an organization. Better outcomes arise from shared continuous learning.

The presence of presents under trees in many homes means 2018 is wrapping up like a department store gift wrapping station. This time of year, it's worthwhile to reflect on the past and consider what lies ahead. Take a moment to thank your team for their efforts this year. Also, take the time to sit back and review the Opensource.com 2018 DevOps dirty dozen. These are the top 10 most viewed articles, plus two that Jason Hibbets and I think are worth your attention. They cover everything from observability, to serverless, to logging, to CI/CD, and beyond.

2018 DevOps dirty dozen

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Chris Short
Kubernetes | Voice of Hybrid Cloud on openshift.tv, Red Hat | CNCF Ambassador + @KubeWeekly | devopsish.com | Disabled Veteran | He/Him/His | Views solely mine

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