Poll: What Digital Tools Do You Use to Collaborate in a DevOps Environment?

Poll: What Digital Tools Do You Use to Collaborate in a DevOps Environment?

The need for developers and operations to work more closely together is a key part of DevOps. But how do you get everyone on the same page? Since the early days of groupware at Lotus there’s been an explosion of tools to help teams collaborate, some geared specifically at developers or IT, others meant for a more general purposes. Do you have cross-functional tools used by developers, system administrators, project managers, etc? If so, let us know what you use.

Please vote in our informal poll, and leave a comment. We’d also love to hear about non-digital collaboration – whiteboards, standing meetings, scrum, etc.

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Klint Finley

Klint Finley is a Senior Writer at SiliconAngle. His specialties
include IT services, enterprise technology and software development.
Prior to SiliconAngle he was a writer for ReadWriteWeb. He's also a
former IT practicioner, and has written about technology for over a
decade. He can be contacted at angle@klintfinley.com.


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1 Comment

  1. We develop our tool for collaboration and I of course think that we make the best tool. By the way we use it every day for day and it really help us maintain our knowledge base and we don’t use email any more. Our project is: http://rizzoma.com/
    I will be apriceate if you try and leave us feedback if you don’t like it.

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