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How to learn DevOps best way for novices simplified

The DevOps is basically a Software development system and most popular in Cloud computing. On-device software and storage may not be passe just yet, but it’s getting there, as more and more computing processes are taking place in the cloud. Many companies are also preferring distributed computing, which allows multiple computers to network with one another to solve a task (and, unlike the cloud, gives companies control over the actual hardware involved).

Many of the skills involved with cloud computing and distributed computing are related, so the two are often grouped together:
Skills to learn include SQL for database management, programming languages like Ruby, JavaScript, and Python for building cloud-based applications, and DevOps (a software development system popular in the cloud computing field). Specific in-demand programs include Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
AWS and Devops Learning Tips
AWS and Devops Learning Tips

Also Read: 2017 Fast Growing IT Skills 

For instance, Agile, Scrum, Continuous Integration, Test-Driven Development (TDD), Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) and Kanban were some of the top-rated processes and methodologies

The other related skill is Cloud computing - Cloud computing platform, Microsoft Azure, and competitor, Amazon Web Services, ranked second and third respectively in terms of seeing the biggest surge in interest from employers.

Other top gaining skills included Office 365, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS).

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