IT News - DevOps

Human skills, among others, have always been important; now more than ever. Empathy, diversity, creativity, personal commitment have been put to the test

"The increase in remote work tends to challenge individuals in unique ways, and these human skills are becoming critical," writes Eveline Oehrlich in

"Top 5 Skill Domains for 2021

This year, 69% of respondents to the Upskilling 2021: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report told DevOps Institute they consider human skills a 'must-have or very important' skill for the DevOps human, among other priorities, around skill domains as seen below:..."

DevOps Trends To Watch In 2021, April 21st, 2021
Engineers at fast-paced startups often wear both Dev and DevOps hats. Early in my career, as a developer at a sentiment-analysis startup, I was tasked with writing scripts to spin up servers, configure them, install necessary software and deploy the code we wrote.

"My custom shell scripts, Python scripts and cron jobs did all the heavy lifting so that we could reliably deploy software and scale resources on AWS," writes Ashish Kakran in

"Fast forward to today, and that problem of confidently building and securely deploying software has become an even more enormous challenge at scale.

The Cloud-Native Application Stack

A simple looking e-commerce app today can easily be a big set of coordinating microservices that are powered by containers, orchestrated using Kubernetes and hosted on multi-cloud/hybrid cloud. This combination enables faster delivery of code, cheaper hosting bills and more efficient use of server resources..."

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