What are DevOps communities?
DevOps development communities are online groups where DevOps engineers gather to discuss the latest happenings in the industry, as well as exchange advice on building and scaling infrasturcture and engineering processes. If you're an experienced DevOps developer, or someone looking to spin up your first production workload, this list of communities is for you.
About Communities Tagged with "Jobs"
These communities are typically centered around a particular profession, and want to make sure that their members get employed if they are looking for work. They will host a dedicated job board, or have some sort of service/channel for connecting with employers.
on slackYour DevOps Community. Find DevOps Jobs, Events, Articles or make connections with 19,038 members in our Slack Community
DevOps, SRE, & Infrastructure (DSI)
on discordDevOps, SRE, & Infrastructure, DSI, is an online community that includes anyone with a shared technical interest. The people who make up this community share a wide range of technical-related knowledge and experience in networking, databases, IT, software, security, programming, DevOps, site reliability engineering, infrastructure, systems administration, and much more. We have people here who are freelancers, entrepreneurs, and those who are employed at small companies to large companies such as Google, Facebook, Hashicorp, and Uber. We like to think that the people who work in these roles "keep the lights on". With a community, we are able to share the knowledge with others who have a desire to learn about their specific technical interests or even wanting that next fix to the project they are working on. If you have a passion for technology, this is the place to be. At DSI, our goal is to be the place with a wide range of technical-related topics and to share them with the world. Rather than just learning something and keeping it to yourself, DSI is the place to not only share it but to learn it. We strive to make people successful and to live their dream. We do that by providing information.
on slackSweetOps is a collaborative DevOps community for engineers of all skill levels.ForumChatJobs