If you are reading this update, you are probably getting a keyword hit.

 

I've been thinking out loud on a few other internal blogs. One of those threads involved the buzz word soup / bingo of DevOps.

 

Below are roughly grouped DevOps keywords (not exhaustive!!!) that could be considered to be associated with references to composite applications (composed):

 

 

  •   Application Languages: Django, R, Ruby (on Rails), Scala, Go, PHP, Node.js

 

  •   Supervisory, Monitoring, Alerting, and Rendering Toolkits (SMARTs): LLDP 802.1ab, Monit, runit, capistrano, statsd, logstash, sysdig, Kibana, Supervisor, god, Blue Pill, bcfg2, graylog, iperf, Upstart, systemd, Nagios, Cacti, Icinga, Graphite, Ganglia, Sensu Core, snort, tripwire, Rancher

 

  •   Virtual Machine and Minimal Application Environments: KVM, Vagrant, Cobbler, Fully Automatic Installation (FAI), Docker, LXC, Garden, rkt, kubernetes, CoreOS, NixOS, Razor/Hanlon, xCat, RackHD

 

  •   Configuration Managers and Test Build Environments: Puppet, MCollective, Chef , Foreman, Ansible, CFEngine, StackStorm, SaltStack, RANCID, Ubuntu Juju, Solano , Jenkins, Gerrit, Maven, Ant, Gradle

 

  •   AMQP and Queue Environments: Apache ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, memcached, squid

 

  •   Java Application Servers and Web Presentation Layers: Liberty Profile, JBoss, Tomcat / tc server, Jetty, Glassfish, Websphere, Weblogic, Apache Webserver, nginx, Lighttpd, HAproxy, Tornado, Varnish

 

  •   Open Source Relational, NoSQL Databases, and Key Value Stores: SQLite, Hive, DataStax, Percona, Riak, MySQL, XAP, AllegroGraph, Apache Drill, MariaDB, CouchDB, FlockDB, Gemfire, Neo4j, Solr, Elastic Search, Cassandra, HBase, PostgreSQL, OpenLDAP, TimesTen, MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis

 

A great infographic was recently suggested as well: https://xebialabs.com/periodic-table-of-devops-tools/

 

What would you add?

 

Thanks,

Jay

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Jay Cuthrell, Director, Global Office of the CTO

EMC Converged Platforms Division (VCE)

Twitter: @JayCuthrell GitHub: https://github.com/JayCuthrell