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If you’re not a software developer, you may have never heard of the term ‘source control’ before. Although not as common as it once was, source control is more designed for a software creator rather than a software consumer, like many operations folks are. But, as operations is increasingly being pressured to do more with less, and with many businesses hopping on the DevOps train, operations is increasingly having to automate, automate, automate. The best way to do this is through code, and when you have code, you’re going to have source control.
Without going into an in-depth look at source control, it’s simply a way of controlling all of the changes that happen in code. One of the most popular source control products out there today is Git. Git allows developers (and some of you operations scripters) to check-in your code on a periodic basis to necessarily create a snapshot in time of where your code is. Then, when you screw it up, you can easily revert it back to a working state.
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