XebiaLabs Unveils Periodic Table of DevOps Tools v.2
June 14, 2016

XebiaLabs announced the release of The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools v.2, a major update of its free, industry recognized DevOps landscape tool.

The latest release of this popular tool provides an updated DevOps landscape and users can now dive deeper into each tool, finding tool descriptions, Twitter handles, plugins and related tools.

With its market overview and simple format, the Periodic Table of DevOps Tools has become a standard reference tool for IT professions.

“We have seen interest from hundreds of thousands of users across our website and in social media since we launched the first version of the Periodic Table of DevOps Tools,” said Gottfried Sehringer, CMO at XebiaLabs. “Version 2 has been highly anticipated and we are delighted to have had the help of the entire DevOps community to update this free tool, and provide an easy to understand overview of the complex and fast moving DevOps market.”

The second generation of the Periodic Table of DevOps tools adds some new members, provides a new look into the world of DevOps and adds more in-depth visibility into its various tools and categories therein. It also introduces new animations, a completely responsive platform for visibility on any device, and a tooling repository.

The Periodic Table of DevOps Tools v.2 has been updated based on the crowd-sourced interactive tool “DevOps Hot or Not”, as well as community and industry expert feedback.

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