Introduction to DevOps for networking engineers.
Linux Foundation course about, well, DevOps for network engineers. The course is approximately 30 hrs in total and walks through the basics of DevOps and then applies the skillset to an example networking project. Head’s up: course is paid (as of this listing the price is $300 USD but pricing may vary over time).
Video from 17 Feb 2019 -> using Ansible automation with Cisco IOS.
A lunchtime read (~30 min) about DevOps and networking, including exploring both how engineers can bring about the cultural transformation as well as mid to upper level management.
Discusses the pain points of troubleshooting issues pre-DevOps, and how introducing DevOps practices improved the team’s situation.
Defines and discusses the what and why of DevOps.
Discusses three pain points of transitioning to DevOps, and how they resolve.
This first part (in a three part series) describes the immediate benefits of DevOps. Subsequent posts discuss blameless post mortems / incident management (part 2) and shift left testing (part 3). Each part in the series is a 5-10 min read.
First of a 5 part series about DevOps, breaking down the acronym CALMS as applied to DevOps: Culture, Automation, Lean, Measurement, and Sharing.
Remaining links for convenience: Part 2 - Automation -> https://www.appdynamics.com/blog/engineering/keep-calm-embrace-devops-automation/ Part 3 - Lean -> https://www.appdynamics.com/blog/engineering/keep-calm-and-embrace-devops-lean/ Part 4 - Measurement -> https://www.appdynamics.com/blog/engineering/keep-calm-and-embrace-devops-measurement/ Part 5 - Sharing -> https://www.appdynamics.com/blog/engineering/keep-calm-and-embrace-devops-sharing/