1.Penguin Landscape

Which Linux tools are the most important for IT operations work? That depends on exactly which type of ITOps work you're talking about, of course.

ITOps teams that manage cloud-based microservices workloads need to master a somewhat different set of Linux tools from those who work with on-premises monolithic applications, for instance. 

Still, in general, there are a core set of Linux tools that every IT operations engineer should know. Here's a look at the top eight such tools. Some are tried-and-true utilities that have been around for decades. Others are newer, but are growing increasingly important to IT operations work.