Difference between devops engineer and systems engineer?

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Difference between devops engineer and systems engineer?
Dec 11, 2018 in Career Counselling by Ali
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Devops' job is to collaborate on a high-level and ensure synergy in each section of the company. A sysadmin guy is more focused on configuring, keeping up and maintaining servers and computer systems.

answered Dec 11, 2018 by Laksha
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A DevOps Engineer is like a bridge between software development and deployment teams. He contributes in bringing these teams together whereas a System Engineer makes sure that different teams and departments work efficiently.
answered May 12 by Karan

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