A Division of MediaOps
Launched in 2014, DevOps.com has quickly established itself as an indispensable resource for DevOps education and community building. We make it our mission to cover all aspects of DevOps—philosophy, tools, business impact, best practices and more.
Our site is the largest collection of original content related to DevOps on the web and one of the top result for DevOps-related search terms. Our content includes in-depth features, bylined articles, blog posts and breaking news about the topics that resonate with IT readers interested in DevOps: teamwork through improved IT culture, continuous integration, automated deployment, agile development and infrastructure-as-code among them.
Would you like to contribute to DevOps.com? Whether as a one-time byline contribution or as a regular contributor, we are always looking for quality content. We only have a few rules to publishing on DevOps.com. They are:
- Must be vendor neutral – no ifs, ands or buts, all contributions must be vendor neutral, as well as non-disparaging of others
- All contributions must be transparent as to authorship – no anonymous postings. Our readers need to know who wrote the article, where they work and what their positions are.
- Length should be 600 to 1500 words
- Original – if it has already been published somewhere else, we will not run it. All of our content is original
So if after you read this, you would like to contribute, please contact us at email@example.com.
DevOps.com is comprised of thought leaders who understand both DevOps and how to create compelling, informative content. The team behind DevOps.com has real-world experience in technology, cloud, online media, DevOps, IT and startups. The DevOps.com management team and board of advisors is made up of world-class talent, including:
|Alan Shimel, Founder and Editor-in-Chief|
|Martin Logan, Founder and CTO|
|Parker Yates, Business Manager|
|Saleem Padani, Chief Operating Officer|
Board of Advisors: Rajat Bhargava-JumpCloud, Brad Feld-Foundry Group, David Cohen-Techstars, Gene Kim-IT Revolution and DevOps leader, Sean Charnock-DH Capital and co-founder of SoftLayer, Dean Mann-DH Capital, Rich Mogul-Securosis, Tony Bradley-Bradley Strategy Group, George Hulme-Respected Technology Journalist, Ericka Chickowski-Respected Technology Journalist.
An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.
Ericka has made it her specialty to explain how technology trends affect real people, engagingly and using plain English. Her perspectives have appeared in dozens of trade and consumer magazines, including Entrepreneur, CIO Insight, Dark Reading and InformationWeek.
Tony is a respected authority on technology. He has authored or co-authored a number of books, including Unified Communications for Dummies, Essential Computer Security, and PCI Compliance. Tony’s work has appeared in PCWorld, CSO Online, Forbes, TechRepublic, and other print and online media sources.
Pete Chestna has more than 25 years of experience developing software and leading development teams, and has been granted three patents. Pete has been developing web applications since 1996, including one of the first applications to be delivered through a web interface. He led his company from Waterfall to Agile, and finally to DevOps, in addition to taking the company from a monolithic architecture to one based on microservices. Since 2006, Pete has been a leader in the application security (AppSec) space and has consulted with some of the world’s largest companies on their AppSec programs. In addition to his role as a contributing editor at DevOps.com, he now shares his experience by speaking internationally at both security and developer conferences on the topics of AppSec, Agile and DevSecOps. Buy him a whisk(e)y and he’ll tell you all about it.