A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
if a question is related to centos, the community version of RedHat
A release or releasing is the act of making features or bug fixes available for consumption. A release is not necessarily the same as a deployment, with the latter being the promotion of code into an…
Jinja2 is a full featured template engine for Python. It has full unicode support, an optional integrated sandboxed execution environment, widely used and BSD licensed.
if a question is about ansible-inventory
PowerShell is a command line and scripting utility for use with Windows.
Docker Hub is a cloud-based registry service developed by Docker Inc in order to distribute Docker images.
Questions about versioning, e.g. should semantic versioning be used and how to increment it
For questions describing a process, method or a way of doing things in general. An ordered set of steps to be implemented as procedure to follow or in software, governing how an organization solves a …
for questions about DevOps and Security
if a question is about Istio, which can be used to connect, secure, control, and observe services.
if a question is about ssh
If a question is about preventing that a service goes down if one node is shutdown and needs to keep on running then this tag could be used.
For question about workflows, which are orchestrated business activities, eg to process information.
For questions about IT operations - the Ops portion of DevOps - which typically covers installing, configuring, upgrading/downgrading, monitoring, etc. and in general maintaining IT computing infrastr…
For questions about the interaction between software engineering and DevOps. For pure software engineering questions with little relevance to DevOps, consider asking at Software Engineering Stack Exch…
When a question is about Sonatypes Nexus then this tag could be used.
for questions about the agile methodology, which describes a set of principles for software development.
For question about branches in revision/version control systems
Google Compute Engine (GCE) is Google's offering for Infrastructure-as-a-Service(IaaS) model.
The command line and other Unix-like aspects of Apple's macOS
if a question is about minikube