As for the current IT market, the DevOps domain is one of the best options for IT folks in salary and career growth. One common question I get quite often is, “How to become a DevOps engineer?”
In this blog, I will try to answer this with my own experiences in practicing DevOps in different organizations.
Many people argue (including me) that there is nothing like a “DevOps Engineer” or a “DevOps Team” because it is not a thing. However, everyone in the industry now got used to the term “DevOps engineer,” As long as you understand the DevOps philosophy, these titles don’t matter much.
Having said that, there are few misconceptions about what DevOps really means. One such misconception is “Automation is DevOps.” Developing skills related to automation is not enough to become a DevOps Engineer.
DevOps (a clipped compound of development and operations) is a culture, movement or practice that emphasizes the collaboration and communication of both…