What are the best DevOps tools?

  1. #1
    Written on October 29, 2017
    Bertha Córdova
    "Managing a production infrastructure can be complicated. Terraform takes the difficulty out of the equation and codifies the information into a workflow that can be shared by the entire team. It also takes any changes made to the infrastructure and refreshes the possible outcome. Definitely important information to know."
  2. #2
    Written on November 3, 2017
    Megan Allen
    "What I really appreciate about Chef is how open and helpful they are with their program. There are tons of how-to's and explanations for how everything works, and lots of tips and tricks too. That makes it really easy to get started and off the ground running without spending too much time on figuring out just the basics."
  3. #3
    Written on December 20, 2017
    James Wright
    "I remember the old days, loading my Linux boxen from 35 floppies. How the times have changed! Now, I can just create a quick config file with vi, with easily readable (anyone else remember PERL? augh!) sentences, and have a webserver and NFS share set up. Just like that. Awesome! I tried this when we went down to Haiti to help set up emergency infrastructure after the hurricane, and NixOps worked like a champ to let us quickly deploy IC centers."
  1. #4
    Written on November 1, 2017
    Joe Hart
    "I installed this, and couldn't understand how to use it. It should have been a hint when the website was just a bunch of marketing graphics, with no real content. How do I use "infrastructure as code"? We're a small organization of only 50 seats, and I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to deploy anything on a single system."
  2. #5
    Written on November 2, 2017
    Jeffrey Fox
    "Awesome for UNIX command reference. I only dabble with UNIX (my Raspberry Pi for one); I learned ZENIX because of the bowling alley I used to work at use this for the lane computers; fortunately most of the basic commands are the same, and this site has not only a great reference for the most used commands, but written explanations as well, which is great for finding the right command for the context you need it for."
  3. #6
    Written on December 14, 2017
    Sophia Xiong
    "Ansible works pretty well but I wish it was a bit more user friendly. It's sort of difficult to get the hang of it and even getting the product to begin with isn't as straightforward as most apps that I'm used to using. That being said, the product works fine once you're able to figure it out enough to start using it."
  4. #7
    Written on November 7, 2017
    Lawrence Alvarez
    "I was looking for some of the best DevOps tools and somebody told me about MS PowerShell. I figured it was worth a shot but after trying it I think there are some better options available on the market."
  5. #8

    $99 - month. Varies by plan. Free trial available.

    Written on November 5, 2017
    Stephen Gray
    "this tool set has been a real help for me and i say that it is the best one i found so use it!"

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Best DevOps tools
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Terraform Websites 114 Free
2 Chef Websites 105 Free
3 NixOps Websites 90 Free
4 Puppet Websites 81 Free
5 POSIX shell Websites 46 Free
6 Ansible Websites 36 Free
7 MS PowerShell Websites 29 Free
8 BlazeMeter Websites 2 Paid

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