As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, here are 30 popular DevOps tools that are widely used. Please note that the DevOps landscape is constantly evolving, and there may be newer tools available since then. Nonetheless, these tools have been widely recognized and used by DevOps professionals:
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An open-source automation server for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD).
A platform that allows you to automate the deployment and scaling of applications using containerization.
An open-source container orchestration platform that automates the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
A distributed version control system widely used for source code management and collaboration.
An open-source automation tool that enables configuration management, application deployment, and task automation.
A configuration management tool that automates infrastructure provisioning and deployment.
A declarative language-based automation tool for infrastructure management and application deployment.
An infrastructure-as-code tool that allows you to define and provision infrastructure resources across multiple cloud providers.
9. AWS CloudFormation
A service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) for provisioning and managing AWS infrastructure resources.
10. Azure DevOps
A suite of development tools provided by Microsoft for CI/CD, version control, project management, and more.
A web-based DevOps lifecycle tool that provides version control, CI/CD pipelines, and collaboration features.
A CI/CD server by JetBrains that supports a wide range of build and deployment automation scenarios.
A cloud-based CI/CD platform that automates software builds, tests, and deployments.
14. Travis CI
A hosted continuous integration platform that integrates well with GitHub and supports multiple programming languages.
A web-based Git repository management solution that offers Git code management, CI/CD pipelines, and collaboration features.
A popular project management and issue tracking tool by Atlassian that integrates well with other DevOps tools.
17. New Relic
An application performance monitoring (APM) tool that helps identify and troubleshoot performance issues.
An open-source monitoring and alerting toolkit for containerized environments.
An open-source analytics and monitoring platform that allows you to visualize and analyze metrics from various sources.
A log management and analysis tool that provides real-time insights into machine-generated data.
21. ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana)
A combination of open-source tools used for log management, analysis, and visualization.
22. Jenkins X
An open-source tool for automating CI/CD for cloud-native applications on Kubernetes.
An open-source continuous delivery platform that provides multi-cloud deployment and canary release strategies.
An open-source testing framework for web applications that allows you to automate browser actions.
An open-source platform for continuous code quality inspection and static code analysis.
A universal binary repository manager that helps manage artifact storage, versioning, and distribution.
An open-source tool for secrets management, encryption, and identity-based access control.
A popular team collaboration tool that enables real-time communication and integrations with other DevOps tools.
An incident management platform that provides real-time alerts, on-call scheduling, and response orchestration.
A monitoring and analytics platform that provides visibility into cloud infrastructure, applications, and services.
Remember to stay updated with the latest tools and trends in the DevOps ecosystem as new tools emerge and existing tools evolve over time.