In this tutorial, let’s take a look at some of the top useful open-source DevOps tools.
Jenkins is a continuous integration tool that is used to automate software activities like build, deploy, test, release, and monitor the application code. Jenkins supports a number of plugins to enhance the functionality of the continuous activities of the project.
Git is an open-source distributed version control system. Developers can push changes to source code and pull others’ changes to the application code.
Nagios is an open-source DevOps IT infrastructure monitoring tool. We can configure Nagios alerts for business-critical services in case of outages. Nagios can be configured for:
- Windows monitoring.
- Linux monitoring.
- Server monitoring.
- Application monitoring.
Docker is an open-source container platform. Docker allows us to create, build, deploy and run applications in containers.
Puppet is an open-source IT infrastructure automation and delivery DevOps tool. It can be used to automate infrastructure provisioning and deployment of applications in various environments.