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    What Does a DevOps Engineer?

    DevOps Engineers are responsible for building and maintaining the application on a deeper level.

    The role involves creating processes and methodologies and introducing tools to accommodate changes throughout and improve the software development life cycle.

    This work includes coding, deployment, maintenance, and updates. DevOps engineers also know a wide range of technologies, such as SQL, Python, Ruby, and JavaScript, in addition to infrastructure as code tools, cloud providers, application architecture, security, and networking concepts.

    It's not uncommon for a DevOps engineer to debug code and stumble upon a frontend error that may be preventing a successful deployment, therefore it's important to understand how an application works as a whole.
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    DevOps engineers reduce that complexity, closing the gap between actions needed to quickly change an application, and the tasks that maintain its reliability.

    Development teams and IT operations teams can have different skills and different goals. Developers want to introduce new features to an application, while operations teams want to preserve the stability of an application once it is released.

    DevOps is all about the unification and automation of processes, and DevOps engineers are instrumental in combining code, application maintenance, and application management. All of these tasks rely on understanding not only development life cycles, but DevOps culture, and its philosophy, practices, and tools.


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