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The Best Known DevOps tools that are commonly used - Sprintzeal

The Best Known DevOps tools that are commonly used

Oct, 31st 17

Businesses across the globe are incorporating DevOps Practices to optimize daily system administration and software development tasks. DevOps engineer apply tools to reduce the deliver time, improve quality, efficiency and productivity in the development of new software products.

 

DevOps is changing the way organizations deliver the apps to the market. It combines the software development and information technology operations, or the processes used by the IT team, as well as their internal and external clients to fulfill their business duties.

 

This process involves intensive work. DevOps engineers required of multiple tools in each stage to perform the operation successfully.

 

Here is the list of the most reliable, relevant, secure and useful DevOps tools that organizations are using the most:

 

Nagios:

 

Helping DevOps engineer daily, Nagios is a powerful monitoring system that enables organization to identify and rectify IT infrastructure problems.

 

Key features:

 

  • Capabilities to monitor applications, services, operating systems, network protocols, system metrics, and infrastructure components using single tools.
  • Fast detection of infrastructure outages.
  • Event handlers allow automatic restart of failed applications and services.
  • Multi-user access to web interface allows stakeholders to view the infrastructure status.

 

Cost:

 

  1. Nagios X1: Pricing starts at $1995.
  2. Nagios Log Server: Pricing starts at $3995.
  3. Nagios Network Analyzer: Pricing starts at $1995.
  4. Nagios Fusion: Pricing starts at $2995.

Jenkins:

 

The leading open source automation server, Jenkins is a DevOps tools for monitoring executions of repeated jobs. It helps the DevOps team to integrate project changes more easily and access outputs for quickly identifying problems.

 

Key Features:

 

  • Java based program and ready to run out of the box with windows, MAC OS, and other UNIX operating system.
  • Continuous delivery and continuous integration.
  • Easily installation and easily configured via web interface.
  • Parts of Jenkins can be extended and modified and easy to create new Jenkins plugins.

 

  Cost: Free

Docker:

 

An infrastructure-neutral platform, Docker integrates into any environment and provides full stack portability for apps. Docker is a tool that enables users to quickly assemble apps from components and work together. The framework comes with certified containers that organization can use to build secure and safer application.

 

Key Features:

       

  • Work with any stack.
  • Isolates apps in containers to eliminate conflicts and improve security.
  • Streamline DevOps collaboration to get fixtures and fixes into production more quickly.

 

Cost:

 

  1. Community Edition: Free
  2. Enterprise Edition Basic: Pricing starts at $775/year
  3. Enterprise Edition Standard: Pricing starts at $1500/year
  4. Enterprise Edition Advanced: Pricing starts at $2000/year

Chef:

 

Chef is a platform designed to help organization manage their infrastructure. Chef is a DevOps tool for achieving speed, scale and consistency. Chefs turns infrastructure into code so that users easily and quickly can adapt to changing business needs.

 

Key Features:

 

  • Accelerate cloud adoption.
  • Manage data center and cloud environments.
  • Maintain high availability.

 

Cost: Free trials available

 

  1. Chef basics: Free
  2. Chef Automate: $137node/annual
  3. Hosted Chef: $72 node/annual
  4. AWS ops Work with chef automate: $0.0155 node/annual

 

Ansible:

 

Ansible is a DevOps tools for automating your entire application lifecycle. Simple to adopt, simple to use, and simple to understand. Ansible is designed to collaboration and makes it easier for DevOps engineer to scale automation, manage deployments, and speed productivity.

 

Key features:

 

  • Apps Deployment.
  • Manage system
  • Avoid complexity.

 

Cost: Free Trial available

 

  1. Red hat Ansible Engine: standard $5000/year up to 100 nodes.
  2. Red hat Ansible Tower: standard $ 10000/year up to 100 nodes. 

 

Puppet:

 

Puppet is an open source software management DevOps tool. It enables DevOps teams to deliver the technology changes quickly, release better software and do it more frequently.

 

 Key Features:

 

  • Deploy changes with confidence.
  • Recover more quickly from failures.
  • Increase reliability by decreasing cycle times.
  • Make your business more agile and responsive to business needs.

 

Cost: Free trial available

 

12 month puppet enterprises subscription for up to 500 nodes: $3000/ year, standard support and maintenance.

 

 Did we miss something that your organizations are using the one which is popular? Let us know by commenting below if we missed one of your favorite DevOps tools!

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