Adam Bertram

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Adam Bertram is an automation engineer, blogger, independent consultant, freelance writer, author, trainer, and presenter. Adam focuses on DevOps, system management, and automation technologies as well as various cloud platforms. He is a Microsoft cloud and data center management MVP, a passionate learner, and efficiency nerd that enjoys teaching others a better way to leverage automation.

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SaltStack Enterprise 5.0 draws on high-speed messaging for superior scalability and control, but the web UI is still catching up

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From IDEs to test frameworks, these tools bring devops power to the world of Windows

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Ansible 2 eases configuration management, while boosting playbooks, modules, and Windows support

Review: Chef 12 fires up devops

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A rich dev and test toolchain, collaborative end-to-end workflow, and improved Windows support put Chef in a league of its own

The Three Ways: Core principles of devops

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If devops has a foundation to build upon that foundation would probably be called The Three Ways. Originally developed by Gene Kim, these three principles underpin what devops is about. From here, many other principles are built but...

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Tap the power of PowerShell and Azure Automation to automate your troubles away

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7 signs you're doing devops wrong

Misconceptions and flawed implementations may have you missing the true upsides of devops

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