DevOps has been steadily growing in popularity among engineering teams, boasting the ability to break down silos and facilitate cross-collaboration. But in order to harness the power of DevOps, teams must first decide on the tools they should use to get the job done.
With so many different tools to choose from, it can be difficult to make a decision. That’s why MayStreet DevOps Engineer Mike LaRocca recommends considering core objectives before diving into tool selection.
LaRocca and his team examined several key factors when choosing their tools: strong use case, stability and support, and cost-benefit analysis.
For LaRocca, it’s important to be continually tinkering with his team’s toolchain, as adaptation becomes the key to driving growth.