Editor's Note: The newest salary report is now out! Read the 2016 DevOps Salary Report for the latest info. Plus, learn how to boost overall organizational performance, and help your team innovate in the 2016 State of DevOps Report.
The 2014 State of DevOps report delivered a compelling story about how DevOps practices can help organizations improve both their IT performance and overall performance with respect to their own targets and goals.
Along with other demographic data, we asked the 9,200-plus respondents about their salary ranges. We didn’t publish this data in the report last June, so recently we pulled out the salary information and analyzed it to see whether it told us anything interesting.
Peruse the new DevOps Salary Report, which covers the distribution of salaries across specific regions, industries and job titles. You may even find your own job title in the report graphs (note that we analyzed results only for demographic groupings with at least 200 people).
This year, we've added questions to delve more deeply into the evolution of DevOps. We invite you to read the 2015 State of DevOps Report and better understand how DevOps can boost overall organizational performance, and learn how it depends strongly on IT leadership for success.
- Download the DevOps Salary Report.
- Editors note: Download the 2015 DevOps Report, which amplifies these findings and adds a lot more about the relationship between DevOps, IT performance, and overall organizational performance.
- What is a DevOps engineer, anyway? And how can you find the highest-paying IT jobs? (Hint: It has something to do with DevOps.)
- Learn why Stanford University's digital library manager hired a DevOps engineer.