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Short Answer It depends on the organisation if you are a dedicated infrastructure specialist without any software development experience, you are unlikely to be writing feature code. However, if you are a Software Engineer who also knows Terraform, you might be called on to do both on the same day. Long Answer DevOps is not strictly a job title; in the most ...


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The best answer to DevOps vs SRE is here What's the Difference Between DevOps and SRE ? From the above series, you will understand Class SRE implements DevOps and both are working on a similar ground and it's pretty align goal for both of them. As a production support, you will be doing the task which you have mentioned in the question, apart, you need ...


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I don't want to nit pick, but I respectfully disagree with the idea that DevOps is about speed while SRE is about reliability. I understand this is an easy thing to think -- especially because SRE has "Reliability" in its name -- but it a'int so. :-) SRE is all about velocity. We think that over the long run you'll go much much faster if you recognize ...


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Take a look at OpenShift container platform (https://www.openshift.com/products/container-platform/). They seem to provide on-premise options. You might want to start with OpenShift Origin - the community edition (https://github.com/openshift/origin) to test for free if it fits your plan.


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This is a good question and it is worth bearing in mind that that Ops can mean different things in different organizations. There is a) what you might call SysOps which is to do with the reliable running of the systems and which SRE effectively replaces in a DevOps context and b) what one might call Application Support which deals with manual intervention of ...


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That should work. If preserving the history is not important, collaborators can just re-clone the repo "fresh" from the new URL. If you want to preserve the history you can use the git remote set-url command from inside a current repository clone. That will switch the remote repository name from the old (deleted) account to the new one.


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Although I like the idea, based on what I know while working with Gitlab, Bitbucket and Github I do not believe that it is currently possible as I cannot remember that such integrations were available. Also Googling: github bitbucket pull request approvals integrated did not return any positive results. I think that the users should always be part of the ...


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I don't think "Managed Kubernetes" is reserved for AWS (EKS), there is Microsoft's Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) also, besides Red Hat's OpenShift. Those work as SaaS (or KaaS if you will). OpenShift has an on-premise version you can try called MiniShift in the OpenShift.org site, while there are other alternatives as ...


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DevOps doesn't mean your admins should be doing QA and your testers should be developing. They rather should be aware of what other team members are doing and work as a team instead of just throwing responsibility over the wall and not caring about what other team members will do with it. You will probably benefit from having someone on the team that knows ...


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DevOps is a combination of two roles Development and Operations, CI & CD are the main role a DevOps must be doing. Continuous Integration (CI) is a part of developer's role and Continuous Deployment/Delivery is a part of operation/infra/release-management role. In the agile methodology of development we've combined these two different role to a new ...


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