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Tracking Down 'DevOps' System Management Tools

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Tracking Down 'DevOps' System Management Tools

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One of the most bewildering things about the DevOps community is all of the small libraries and obscure open source tools that are mentioned by various practitioners.  That's why leaders like Patrick Dubois have made entire series of articles explaining where these tools fit in the 'DevOps' ecosystem.  Sure you may remember tools like Puppet, Chef, and Nagios, but do you know about other tools like Graphite, Vagrant, and Noah? 

Ben Haines is trying to combat this ignorance by creating a simple shared document with a large number of open source management system tools, big or small.  I added a few obscure ones myself, but you should definitely take a look and see if there's anything you can add, subtract, or re-categorize.  Categories and taxonomies are always very important when trying to get a handle on new developer or sysadmin topics.

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