Apparently process checking is critical. Yes, we already have tons of linux tools and tips available. Getting familiar with your weapons is actually the first step, and the easiest part.
More importantly, what questions you ask, what for, when approaching your critical process. Fortunately even with plain common sense, we can dig out lots of valuable information.
DigitalOcean is inexpensive to AWS EC2. Surprisingly Linode is even 30%-40% cheaper than Digtialocean. Certainly Linode is much less matured to them both. But with reasonable compromise, Linode could be attracting to small business and individuals.
Enclosed is a detail VPS comparison report, based on my hand-on experience.
Any serious systems can’t ignore server security, especially in public Cloud. No doubt there’re tons of tips and tutorials available on the Internet. Let’s focus on fundamental and general best practices first.
A List Of Security Improvements I Enforce After OS Provisioning.
Never Turn DevOps Interview Into Quiz. Find people who are positive and happy, with a focus on self-improvement, who have gratitude, are humble and comfortable with extreme transparency.
Here are some handy guidelines and open questions!
To break silos and improve availability, DevOps/Ops should be actively collecting useful feedback of prod env maintenance on a regular basis. Enable developers to easily access it and improve feedback loop together as a team effort.
The very first and most important part. What To Examine, Providing Developers Meaningful Feedback?