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Most Popular DevOps Interview Questions

4 Interview Questions for DevOps Engineers – Dice Insights Discuss your experience building bridges between IT Ops, QA and development.

What testing is necessary to insure a new service is ready for production?

Explain your understanding and expertise on both the software development side and the technical operations side of an organization you’ve worked for in the past.

 

http://www.edureka.co/blog/interview-questions/top-devops-interview-questions-2016/Top DevOps Interview Questions You Must Prepare For in 2016 | Edureka Blog DevOps is a philosophy, a cultural shift that merges operations with development and demands a linked toolchain of technologies to facilitate collaborative change. Since the DevOps philosophy is still at a very nascent stage, application of DevOps as well as the bandwidth required  to adapt and collaborate, varies from organization to organization, yet we can talk about a winning formula of skills that can present you as a perfect candidate for any type of organization.

Read more…  Q:The most important thing DevOps helps do is to get the changes into production as quickly as possible while minimizing risks in software quality assurance and compliance. That is the primary objective of DevOps. However, there are many other positive side-effects to DevOps. For example, clearer communication and better working relationships between teams which creates a less stressful working environment.

http://www.interviewquestionspdf.com/2016/01/top-20-devops-interview-questions.htmlTOP 20 DevOps Interview Questions Answers ~ INTERVIEWQUESTIONSPDF.COM DevOps is a newly emerging term in IT field, which is nothing but a practice that emphasizes the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other information-technology (IT) professionals. This diagram is showing DevOps as the intersection of development (software engineering), technology operations and quality assurance Explain Bimodal IT model? Bimodal IT is the practice of managing two separate, coherent modes of IT delivery, one focused on stability and the other on agility.

 

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http://linoxide.com/linux-how-to/devops-interview-questions-answers/30 Expected DevOps Interview Questions and Answers CI server function is to continuously integrate all changes being made and committed to repository by different developers and check for compile errors. It needs to build code several times a day, preferably after every commit so it can detect which commit made the breakage if the breakage happens.

https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-good-interview-questions-for-a-DevOps-positionWhat are some good interview questions for a DevOps position? – Quora Everybody is talking about DevOps, and everybody wants them. In simple words A DevOps guy would be a developer with some experience and knowledge as a system administrator, or possibly a system administrator with some experience and knowledge as a programmer. Keep an eye out for projects which use cloud services like Amazon EC2, You should also make sure your candidate has good source management practices.

 

https://www.upguard.com/blog/10-sample-devops-interview-questions10 Sample DevOps Interview Questions You finally got that interview for an awesome DevOps Engineering Job with Company X, congratulations! Company X is pretty smart (or at least, hopefully) for realizing they need a “DevOps guy” (or gal). Now that you have the interview, what kind of questions might they ask you?

1. How does HTTP work? How does a web page appear in a browser?
2. What are some examples of how you might scale a write/read-heavy application? Why?
3. Tell me about the worst-run/best-run outage you’ve been a part of. What made it bad/well-run?
4. How would you assess how “deployable” a system is?
5. How would you prepare for a migration from one platform to another?
6. What is the purpose of a post-mortem meeting?
7. How would you make key aspects of a software system traceable?
8. How do you handle interruptions?
9. How would you deploy software to 5000 systems?
10. What different types of testing need to be carried out on a software system, and what tools would you use to achieve this testing?

 

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What the “DevOps” is happening? Hiring Tech Trends

What the “DevOps” is happening? Hiring Tech Trends

The term may be controversial, but no matter what you call it, “DevOps” is topping the charts when it comes to the hardest jobs to hire for in 2016. Here is a compilation of articles and posts that we find useful.  Let us know your favorite interview questions.  

http://www.logicworks.net/blog/2016/06/devops-engineer-hardest-job-find-skills-shortage/DevOps Engineer: #1 Hardest Job to Fill – Logicworks Gathering Clouds

DevOps engineers are notoriously difficult to find. If you needed further proof of this fact, a new study by Indeed.com has revealed that DevOps engineer is the #1 hardest IT job to fill in North America, leading a list that includes software and mobile engineers. Via logicworks.net

 

“I’m on the front lines, you don’t need to show me an infographic to tell me that there is a tight candidate market in the DevOps space”, says Larry Hernandez with DevOpsDNA, a niche recruiting firm. Hernandez spent the last year immersed in DevOps sourcing and recruiting for ThoughtWorks as a consultant.

https://techcrunch.com/2016/03/02/are-site-reliability-engineers-the-next-data-scientists/Are site reliability engineers the next data scientists? | TechCrunch More recently, a buzzy new job title has emerged from the same group of companies: that of site reliability engineer, or SRE. Will SREs follow the same path of rapid growth that data scientists did before them? Before we dive into that question, let’s consider the context that has led to the creation of site reliability engineering.

 

The top 10 most difficult tech jobs for companies to fill

http://mashable.com/2016/05/12/top-ten-hardest-hires-tech/#vGhXVz3AGSq8The top 10 most difficult tech jobs for companies to fill Candidates that are perfect fits for job titles such as database engineer or software architect simply aren’t a dime a dozen. Often, there are more job listings for such roles than available candidates. Image: Mashable, Christopher Mineses Do any of these roles surprise you?

 

More from Larry Hernandez (@DevOpsLarry)

Recruiter Larry Hernandez

Hiring for DevOps Engineers is not always so difficult.  Some companies consider a Linux Admin who has experience with automation tools like Puppet, Chef, or Ansible a DevOps Engineer.  While other businesses, which are further along the road, require their DevOps Engineers to be Software Engineers who love automation, to put it simply.

Ultimately, you are looking for someone who has the “DevOps” mindset along with the tech chops to go along with it. It’s not all about the money.  The types of problems that need to be solved and the technology available to solve them can be way more valuable to a potential new hire than just money. 

 

https://www.linux.com/blog/open-source-pros-confident-europe-job-market

Open Source Pros Confident in Europe Job Market | Linux.com | The source for Linux information

“European technology professionals, government organizations and corporations have long embraced open source,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation, in a press release. “The impressive levels of adoption of and respect for open source clearly have translated into more demand for qualified open source professionals, providing strong opportunities for developers, DevOps professionals, and others.”

Here is a partial list of  job titles DevOpsDNA considers “DevOps”:

  • Infrastructure  Engineer
  • Site Reliability Engineer (SRE)
  • Automation Developer
  • Automation Engineer
  • Build & Release Engineer
  • Configuration Management Automation Engineer
  • BackEnd DevOps Engineer
  • Deployment Engineer
  • Linux Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Support Engineer
  • Linux Admin
  • Infrastructure Architect

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