10 DevOps Leaders to Follow on Twitter




Looking to get a grip on Twitter’s DevOps scene?

We’ve rounded up the 10 best DevOps personalities to follow, along with some of our favorite tweets. Don’t miss out of the list of “Honorable Mentions” at the end.




John Allspaw @allspaw
“CTO, Etsy. Dad. Author. Guitarist. Student of sociotechnical systems, human factors, and cognitive systems engineering.”




John Arundel @bitfield
“Helps with sysadmin, devops, Puppet & Chef. Automates stuff for you, because you haven’t got time. Ally.”




Damon Edwards@damonedwards
“DevOps and improving how businesses operate is my thing. SimplifyOps, DTO Solutions, my family get all of my time. Sometimes I write at http://dev2ops.org.”



Patrick Debois @patrickdebos

“Bridging the gap between creativity and technology with a #devops mindset.”


Gene Kim @RealGeneKim
“DevOps enthusiast, The Phoenix Project co-author, Tripwire founder, Visible Ops co-author, IT Ops/Security Researcher, Theory of Constraints Jonah, rabid UX fan.”



Jez Humble @jezhumble
“Co-author of Continuous Delivery and Lean Enterprise, lecturer @BerkeleyISchool. I tweet on software, innovation, social & economic justice.”


James Turnbull @kartar
“Australian author, CTO @Kickstarter, Advisor @Docker. Likes tattoos, wine, and good food. The Art of Monitoring – http://artofmonitoring.com”


Gareth Rushgrove @garethr
“Software developer, occasional sysadmin, general web, programming and technology geek and curator of Devops Weekly. Engineer at @puppetlabs. @gdsteam alumnus.”




Kris Buytaert @KrisBuytaert
“Everything is a Freaky DNS Problem, Devops Needs Sushi, Open Source, Infrastructure as Code, Cloud, Consultant, Speaker, Author.”




1376cb5f21451e488dca44d13c5c15b7DevOps Reactions @devopsreactions
“Say it with pictures. Describe your feelings about your everyday sysadmin interactions.”

Too numerous to choose.




Honorable mentions:












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