DEVOPSdigest is an online publication and industry-wide blog that covers DevOps and related technologies and topics.
DEVOPSdigest is more than just an online magazine. It is a community in the DevOps space where analysts and consultants, users and vendors come together to discuss and debate the industry's hot topics, inform and educate each other, and ultimately strengthen and advance DevOps.
DEVOPSdigest covers the following topics:
■ Development Processes
■ Development Technology
■ Development Automation
■ Agile Development
■ Continuous Development
■ API (Application Program Interface)
■ Development Monitoring and Analytics
■ Application Performance and Quality Testing
The following is a guide to the different content sections DEVOPSdigest offers:
The BIZDEVOPS Blog: A DEVOPSdigest blog featuring content from non-vendor industry experts, such as analysts and consultants.
Vendor Forum: A DEVOPSdigest blog featuring content from technology vendors in DevOps and a variety of related technology markets.
Industry News: News from DevOps-related markets, including new product releases and other vendor announcements, analyst research, and general industry analysis.
White Papers: Downloads of white papers, eBooks, reports and other DevOps-related documentation supplied by APMdigest sponsors to the IT community.
Webinars: Upcoming and on-demand webinars supplied by APMdigest sponsors to educate the IT community on a variety of DevOps-related topics.
Free Tools: Downloads of free tools and free trials supplied by APMdigest sponsors.
Editor Blog: Pete Goldin's blog covering news about the DEVOPSdigest website such as new sponsors, new bloggers and new features of the site.
THE BIZDEVOPS BLOG
The BIZDEVOPS Blog features several of the industry's most respected experts in DevOps and all related areas. Bloggers on the BIZDEVOPS Blog include analysts and consultants, users, service providers, and DEVOPSdigest Editor and Publisher Pete Goldin, providing valuable insight into the industry and technology.
If you would like to join The DEVOPS Blog, Contact Pete Goldin. If you are a technology product vendor, however, please check out the Vendor Forum below.
THE VENDOR FORUM
The DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum was established to give vendors who sell DevOps-related technologies an opportunity to share their views with the IT community in an objective venue. All commentary in Vendor Forum blogs is intended to be objective, vendor-neutral and non-promotional content to educate and enlighten DEVOPSdigest readers.
All vendors in DevOps-related market spaces are welcome to blog on the Vendor Forum. DEVOPSdigest Sponsors are eligible to open multiple blogging accounts in the Vendor Forum. Non-sponsors are allowed to open and maintain one account per company at no cost.
Contact Pete Goldin to register for a blogging account.
DEVOPSdigest accepts contributed feature articles on all DevOps-related topics.
Contact Pete Goldin, Editor and Publisher of DEVOPSdigest, if you have a potential submission.
DEVOPSdigest maintains a sponsorship program that enables technology vendors to promote products, webinars, white papers and free tools, and drive traffic to their websites. Click here to find out how you can sponsor DEVOPSdigest
THE HISTORY OF DEVOPSDIGEST
DEVOPSdigest was launched in September 2015 as a partner publication to APMdigest. Click here to find out more about APMdigest.
Although funded by vendor sponsorships, DEVOPSdigest is completely independently owned and operated by Goldin Digital Publishing Inc. and Goldin Media.
ABOUT PETE GOLDIN
Pete Goldin, Editor and Publisher of DEVOPSdigest and APMdigest and owner of Goldin Digital Publishing Inc., has been a publications consultant, manager and editor; freelance PR and marketing writer; and journalist in a wide variety of technology fields for more than 20 years. He has written PR and marketing materials for more than 100 technology companies around the world, including Oracle, EMC, VMware, Salesforce, Red Hat/IBM, Acer and Magellan GPS. In addition, he has written extensively for open source leaders such as SpringSource (founders of the Spring Framework) and Elasticsearch (creators of the ELK stack).