The Complete DevOps Developer RoadMap — Your Guide to become DevOps Engineer

DevOps is quite trending at the moment, and the majority of my friends, coworkers, and experienced developers I know are working hard to become a DevOps engineer and project themselves as DevOps champion in their organization. While I understand the advantage of DevOps, which is directly linked to improved software development and implementation, from my minimal experience, I can state that it’s not a very easy work. It’s tough to choose the right course in the mind with numerous tools and technologies around. Most o readers also ask me this question, how to become a DevOps Engineer, which means should I learn? Which techniques should I follow? Does learning Virtuoso and Jenkins is a must for a DevOps Engineers?

How about Docker and Kubernetes? Does the infrastructure automation part of DevOps? should learn Chef, Puppet, or Ansible are simply some of the questions keep coming to me.

I have my best to answer these with my minimal experience. Still, I couldn’t write down in the fashion which is simply outstanding and reusable but not to worry, today I am going to share with you’ll an amazing source that will help you to become the DevOps Engineer you always wanted to be, the complete DevOps RoadMap.

I was casually surfing through the net the other day when I come across this outstanding GitHub web page by Kamranahmedse, which shows various helpful roadmaps to become front-end designer, back-end programmer, a full-stack web developer and DevOps Designer.

This RoadMap is great in any sense as it not only about what is the role of a DevOps engineer but it also tells which tool you need to learn to land in your dream job role.

To complete the roadmap, I have also shared some useful on-line programs to make sure that you learn and enhance the tool or technology you want.

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