- First of all, be sure to understand the importance of the cultural points: read more here The 15-point DevOps Check List
- You should master *nix systems and have a good understanding of how Linux distributions work.
- Pick one OS for your production set-up. No need to get master of every OS out there. It would make your job difficult down the line. Pick one and get a grip over it.
- Be at ease with Terminal. You may have GUIs to manage your servers but you have to LOVE the terminal no matter what’s the case, it is faster, secure and honestly it is easier once you master it.
- “man standing on brown field grass during daytime” by Fredrick Kearney Jr on Unsplash
- How to get the CPU/system info (cat /proc/version, /proc/cpuinfo, uptime, et. al.)
- How cron jobs works. Set cron jobs on specific days/time/month.
- How to know what OS you are running on your machine (cat /etc/lsb-release)
- Learn the difference between different *nix OSs and how to know what OS you are running on your machine (e.g. cat /etc/
|# LOCAL REBUILD|
|± zm |master → origin ✓| → pack build -p apps --builder cnbs/sample-builder:alpine zmackie/localtest|
|alpine: Pulling from cnbs/sample-builder|
|Status: Image is up to date for cnbs/sample-builder:alpine|
|alpine: Pulling from cnbs/sample-stack-run|
|Status: Image is up to date for cnbs/sample-stack-run:alpine|
|[detector] io.buildpacks.samples.hello-world 0.0.1|
FWIW: I didn't produce the content present here. I've just copy-pasted it from somewhere over the Internet, but I cannot remember exactly the original source. I was also not able to find the author's name, so I cannot give him/her the proper credit.
Effective Engineer - Notes
- By Edmond Lau
- Highly Recommended
What's an Effective Engineer?