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DevOps icons set: Tools, Loop, Release, Value, Integration
from deck DevOps Know-How Presentation Toolbox (PPT diagrams)

Outline Icons for DevOps Concepts

Slide Content

The slide displays icons representing various DevOps concepts such as DevOps Tools, Loop, Release, Value, and Integration. Each icon corresponds to one of the concepts: the two interconnected circles imply an infinite loop, referencing continuous processes; the rocket suggests deployment or release processes; the checkmark inside a box indicates successful completion or verification, possibly of a task or test; the diamond shape may symbolize value or quality; the four squares could represent various stages of development or integration; and the network of dots and connections hints at interconnected systems or integration.

Graphical Look

  • A gentle gradient blue background sets a calm tone for the slide.
  • The title of the slide is positioned at the top in a large, bold, sans-serif font.
  • A teal banner on the top right corner with the text "Fully editable icons" emphasizes that the icons can be customized.
  • A set of six outline icons, arranged in two rows and three columns, forms the centerpiece of the slide. These icons are simple and line-based.
  • The icons are grey, except for the checkmark icons on the right, which are highlighted—two in grey with one each bordered in yellow or green, and the third is fully colored in teal with a circle around it.
  • The text descriptions paired with each icon are in a smaller font below the icons, maintaining a clean and organized look.
  • On the bottom right, there is a tagline "More icons available. Check our website" with a web address below it for additional resources.

The slide is minimalistic and uses neutral colors combined with subtle highlights to draw attention to specific icons. The consistent outline style of the icons provides a uniform and professional appearance.

Use Cases

  • To visualize and explain different components or concepts in DevOps during a training or educational presentation.
  • In a sales pitch for a DevOps tool or service, to showcase how the product integrates with various DevOps practices.
  • As part of a project management meeting, this slide can illustrate the stages of software development life cycle or workflow touchpoints.
  • During workshops or brainstorming sessions with software development teams to discuss improving existing DevOps practices or implementing new ones.

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