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Lists of prominent DevOps automation tools:
Apache Maven: This tool is used in the development of Java-enabled projects
Gradle: It is also one of the vital open source tools. It supports multi-language like Java, Kotlin, and built automation
Jenkins: tool that helps in the automation of multiple processes like implementation, enabling CI/CD, deployment, and testing. It's plugins can easily integrate with Git, Maven, Amazon EC2, etc.
Bamboo: Bamboo is a continuous integration (CI) server that can be used to automate the release management for a software application, creating a continuous delivery pipeline.
Nagios: it's used to monitors host resources and regulates alarm, temperature, etc. It supports multiple protocols like HTTP, FTP, SMTP, SNMP, etc.
Prometheus: it's used to analyze data and support data visualization like tables, graphs, etc.
Terraform: An open-source SCM platform for conveniently managing clusters, services, and cloud-based infrastructure aspects via IaC.
Ansible: Ansible eradicates tasks, It removes the need to write scripts and custom code to deploy applications and doesn't require remote agents.
Docker: it implement and deploy code through containers. Instead of using a VM, usage of containers is the best option.
Puppet: Puppet is an automated system administration tool that handles administrative tasks based on a centralized specification.
Splunk: it platform enhances robust solutions for security purposes.
Vagrant: Vagrant helps reduce the time needed to set up a development environment and boost the production parity.
Jira: Jira helps teams plan, assign, track, report, and manage work and brings teams together for everything from agile software development and customer support to start-ups and enterprises.
Git: Its main function is to track software management and enhance data integrity for distributed workflow.
Kubernetes: Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
Chef: Chef is a systems integration framework built to manage configurations across an organization's entire tech stack.
Phantom: it can be used to provide a self-service interface for users to provision and manage their own infrastructure, without the need for manual intervention from IT staff.
ELK: ELK is a powerful tool for managing and analyzing log data. It can help you troubleshoot issues, identify trends, and gain insights into your system.
Gitlab: With Gitlab CI/CD, you can manage your code repositories, build and test your code, and deploy your applications with ease.
Salt stack: It uses a central repository to provision new servers and other IT infrastructure, to make changes to existing ones, and to install software in IT environments, including physical and virtual servers, as well as the cloud.
Sensu: It is an exclusive open-source tool where it monitors different cloud environments.
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