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Top 10 DevOps Tools to Use in 2019

Here is the list of Top 10 DevOps Tools to Use in 2019

Ansible
Ansible is also a configuration management tool similar to Puppet
Performs same like Puppet in all the terms except it uses YAML syntax whereas Puppet uses its own language
It is an open-source software provisioning configuration management tool built for deployment and management
It is also more secure and delivers faster outputs similar to Puppet
Docker
Docker is a tool that helps to run on any Linux server in a virtual container as many as possible
Offers portability through unique containerization technology
Eases configuration management, control issues and scaling
Minimizes RAM and hard disk usage
Automates setup and configuration
Isolates apps in containers to eliminate conflicts and increase security
ELK
Elasticsearch, Log Stash, Kibana stack for Log Analysis
Elasticsearch for deep search and data analytics
Kibana offers data visualization
Log Stash collects and sends log data to the Elasticsearch engine
GitHub
GitHub is a staging platform allowing developers to edit and build upon each other’s code, share prototypes and collaborate on projects
Offers good forking and pull request features
Offers plugins that can connect with Jenkins to facilitate integration & deployment
Gradle
Gradle is one of the DevOps tools build for automation systems with fully open source by using Apache Maven and Apache Ant
Offers to write code in any programming languages like C++, Java, Python etc.,
It supports best IDEs like Eclipse, Netbeans, and Intellij IDEA etc.,
It uses Groovy-Based Domain-Specific Language instead of XML
Gradle is a official build tool for Android Studio
Icinga
Icinga was created as a fork of Nagios
Offers Nagios features with additions
Offers optical reporting module with improved SLA accuracy
Provides additional database connectors for PostgreSQL & Oracle
Maintains plug-in compatibility with Nagios
Offers Monitoring, Notification, Visualization and reporting features
Jenkins
Jenkins is an Open Source standard for managing DevOps
Offers an extensible automation server that can be used as a simple CI server into the CD hub for any project
Offers a great ecosystem of plugins and add-ons
Allows delivering code to production to source code management
Kubernetes
Kubernetes is an open source automation application used for deployment, management and scaling
It helps to automate the process of managing several number of containers to scale your resources
It contains two different types of nodes named as Master Node and Worker Node
Master Nodes makes the decisions and deploys the containers to Workers Nodes
Nagios
Nagios Core is a free server monitoring software
Solves you from critical infrastructure incidents that may debilitate the system
Offers users the ability to integrate with in-house or third-party apps and community-developed add-ons
Enables users to schedule network downtime during maintenance & upgrades
Puppet
Puppet is also one of the DevOps tools runs on Unix systems or Microsoft Windows
It is a cross-platform configuration management tool allows to automate infrastructure management
Delivers more secure and faster outputs
While dealing with the large infrastructures it delivers real-time reports, node management and role-based access control
As it contains more than 5000 modules, it is easily integrates with more DevOps tools.
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