DevOps Engineer is an IT professional who works with system operators, software developers, and other production IT staff to administer code releases.
DevOps engineer understands the software development lifecycle and various automation tools for developing digital pipelines.
DevOps have hard as well as soft skills to communicate and collaborate with development, testing, and operations teams.
DevOps engineers need to code occasionally from scratch, and they must have the basics of software development languages.
The DevOps engineer will work with development team staff to tackle the coding and scripting needed to connect elements of code, like libraries or software development kits.
A bachelor's degree in computer science or related fields is generally required for DevOps engineers. Many companies prefer those who have a master's degree and at least three to five years of work experience in this field. HTTP, HTML, CSS, SSL, XML, Linux, Java, Amazon Web Services (AWS), NoSQL technologies, DNS, and web app development.
DevOps Engineer Roles and Responsibilities
DevOps engineers work full time. They are responsible for the production and continuing maintenance of a software application platform.
Below are some roles, responsibilities, and skills which are expected from DevOps engineers, such as:
DevOps Engineers Salary
The DevOps Engineers salary estimates are based on two reports of salaries, wages, bonuses, and hourly pay.
Here is a list of DevOps engineers salary according to the most recent DevOps engineer salary report, such as: