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  1. Introduction to Digital Business Transformation
  2. Automation Glossary
  3. Blogs
  4. Podcasts
  5. Training
    1. Spanish
  6. Automation anxiety
  7. State of DevOps. Google’s DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA)
  8. AIOps
  9. Configuration Drift
    1. Drift Detection Tools
  10. DevOps Docs
  11. DORA metrics
  12. DevOps Roadmap
  13. Multicloud
  14. Serverless DevOps
  15. DevOps as a Service (DaaS)
  16. IaC Infrastructure as Code
  17. Xebia Labs and DevOps
  18. DevOps Tools
  19. Netflix and DevOps
  20. Public Cloud DevOps
    1. AWS DevOps
    2. Azure DevOps
    3. Google Cloud Platform
  21. NoOps
  22. NetOps
  23. PlatformOps
  24. GPT 3 Tools
  25. Data as Code
  26. DevOps for SAP
  27. Youtube Playlists
  28. Platform Engineering
  29. Bunch of Images
  30. Slides
  31. Videos
  32. Tweets

Introduction to Digital Business Transformation

Automation Glossary

Blogs

Podcasts

Training

Spanish

Automation anxiety

  • Sysadmins and engineers may have personal fears about adopting automation, as much of their typical day revolves around the manual tasks and processes that automation promises to eliminate. Automation anxiety is the fear that if these tasks can be handled by automated tools, there will no longer be any reason to keep a person in that role. Nobody likes being automated out of a job.
  • Automation anxiety is largely unfounded, however, as automating manual tasks frees up people’s time that can instead be used to work on more innovative, more strategic and higher value projects.

State of DevOps. Google’s DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA)

AIOps

Configuration Drift

Drift Detection Tools

DevOps Docs

OCP 4 Pland and Deploy

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DORA metrics

DevOps Roadmap

Multicloud

Serverless DevOps

DevOps as a Service (DaaS)

IaC Infrastructure as Code

Xebia Labs and DevOps

DevOps Tools

Netflix and DevOps

Public Cloud DevOps

AWS DevOps

Azure DevOps

Google Cloud Platform

NoOps

NetOps

PlatformOps

GPT 3 Tools

  • dzone: 3 GPT-3 Tools for Developers, Software and DevOps Engineers, and SREs This article will explore GPT-3 applications in the developer space to discuss how GPT-3 can help DevOps Engineers, SREs, technical customer support, and developers.
    • Zebrium Monitoring detects problems, Zebrium finds root cause Resolve your software incidents 10x faster
    • Debuild Debuild is a tool that lets you generate functional web apps from a simple English description.
    • seekwell SeekWell helps write SQL requests and synchronizes the results to the apps your team operates in.

Data as Code

DevOps for SAP

Youtube Playlists

Platform Engineering

Bunch of Images

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Devops containers strategy

Dynamic kubernetes config

DevOps culture

Programmer Move

DevOps Gene Kim

DevOps to no ops

DevOps Ken Mugrage

DevOps wikipedia

DevOps today

DevOps dilbert

DevOps vs Agile

DevOps capgemini

DevOps practices

DevOps qbp

DevOps patterns

What-is-DevOps

automation

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8 devops trends

devops lifecycle

devops tools declarative imperative

Slides

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Videos

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Tweets

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