DevOps is a philosophy that merges operations with development and demands a linked tool-chain of technologies to facilitate collaborative change. According to Gartner, organizations around the world are increasingly adopting the DevOps culture and by the end of 2016, 25 percent of top global 2000 organizations would have adopted DevOps as a mainstream strategy. This opens up myriad opportunities around DevOps careers. There are a variety of general and specialized job roles that one can take up, based on the DevOps philosophy. In this blog post let’s discuss DevOps Engineer career path and how to bag top DevOps jobs.
Even though it is still in infancy, DevOps has brought the entire software industry on the brink of a revolution. With fast changing dynamics of the IT industry, developers who have no idea about admin or ops and admins or ops people who don’t develop will become less and less valuable to the organization.
DevOps will transform a person with a single skill into a person with multidisciplinary skills that includes coding, infrastructure and configuration, testing, build and release. Since it is not confined to any specific technology, people working in DevOps environment continuously work with, integrate, and automating different technologies.