The DevOps Tool Chain

The DevOps toolchain helps to automate the development and deployment of software.  It works hand-in-hand with the culture change of DevOps and the increased speed of delivery from Agile.  This week the Auspicious Agile Video blog takes a look at the DevOps toolchain.


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A useful reference on DevOps is the Phoenix Project by Gene Kim –

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3 comments on “The DevOps Tool Chain
  1. Brian says:

    Nice overview! And do you use any build status notification tool with the CI server? We used CCTray for a long time, but then switched to Catlight https://catlight.io

    When the team sees the status of the code in source control all the time, they tend to fix it much faster.

  2. Marco says:

    Would you like sharing the slides of “The DevOps Tool Chain” for video can’t be accessed?

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