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Posted on 3 years ago by Elle KElle K

If the overall intention of DevOps is to allow for more efficient collaboration across various teams involved in a project, then the tools an organization brings in must aim to foster DevOps principles at all levels – from initial planning to working environments, deployment schedules, and future issue reporting. Luckily, in the current tech climate, there are a number of tools readily available to suit the needs of almost any company or organization out there. These tools can often be grouped together based on their purpose and place in the project: Collaboration and project management tools, configuration management, source control and working environments, continuous integration and deployment tools, and monitoring solutions.