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The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools v.2 is here

This post is from the XebiaLabs blog and has not been updated since the original publish date.

Last Updated Jun 13, 2016 — DevOps Expert

The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools v.2 is here

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Periodic Table of DevOps Tools Version 3 - Coming Soon!

You've submitted your favorite tools, you've voted on what's Hot or Not, and finally the wait is over. Today Digital.ai, formerly XebiaLabs, launched the second version of The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools.

Since the launch of The Periodic Table of DevOps v.1 in July of 2015, the table has taken the IT world by storm. Organizing the DevOps tooling landscape had been a major pain point for anyone in the IT industry. The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools has not only alleviated this problem but has become an industry standard as a reference tool for all IT professionals. Over the past six months, our team has been working diligently on updating the look and feel of the table, not to mention a cornucopia of new features.

Users now have the ability to dive deeper into each tool, finding tool descriptions, Twitter handles, plugins, and related tools. Users will also find the table to be completely responsive in addition to some fun new animations. Below the fold, users are able to leave comments, as well as vote for their favorite tools using our Hot or Not DevOps tools game. If you can't find your favorite DevOps tool on the table, check The Ultimate DevOps Tool Chest or feel free to submit it yourself.

Version 2 of The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools gave users a voice into which tools stayed and which tools were added using our DevOps Hot or Not game. With tens of thousands of votes and hundreds of tool submissions it was a tough choice, but we have been able to update our tooling landscape with the most popular tools on the market today. Additionally, every tool submitted over the past year has been given a place in the Ultimate DevOps Tool Chest, with new tools being added daily.

Finally, we would like to say thank you to all of our friends who have voted, submitted, and shared. This table wouldn't exist without the continued support of the IT community and all of our friends around the world.

 

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