What is DevOps
DevOps was intentionally left undefined (or loosely defined) at the first DevOpsDays event held in Ghent, Belgium. There are many good reasons for leaving it undefined. Back in 2009 in Ghent, no one could be sure how DevOps would impact the industry. But, the lack of a definition has left it available to be defined by anyone (myself included). This means a product can be DevOps and a business process can be DevOps. Neither of these is “wrong” but, one adheres to the spirit of DevOps more than the other.
DevOps leader Chris Short defines DevOps and helps organizations focus on implementation. It’s more than just tooling.
97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts
If you create, manage, operate, or configure systems running in the cloud, you’re a cloud engineer–even if you work as a system administrator, software developer, data scientist, or site reliability engineer. With this book, professionals from around the world provide valuable insight into today’s cloud engineering role.
These concise articles explore the entire cloud computing experience, including fundamentals, architecture, and migration. You’ll delve into security and compliance, operations and reliability, and software development. And examine networking, organizational culture, and more. You’re sure to find 1, 2, or 97 things that inspire you to dig deeper and expand your own career.
Ansible Automation for SysAdmins: A quickstart guide to Ansible
The Ansible Automation for SysAdmins guide is a primer to help you get started using Ansible to give you a better understanding of the capabilities and show you how to automate everyday sysadmin tasks.
The Ultimate DevOps Hiring Guide
Seeking a DevOps job? Hiring for a DevOps team? Get practical advice from your peers
DevOps Hiring Guide
This free download provides advice, tactics, and information about the state of DevOps hiring for both job seekers and hiring managers.
The Open Organization Guide to IT Culture Change
Open principles and practices for a more innovative IT department
DZone Guide to DevOps Continuous Delivery and Automation Volume IV
DevOps has emerged to be the “new normal” in software development, helping companies react to user feedback real-time and setting higher standards for rapid development. Since becoming a permanent topic of discussion, thought leaders, developers, and businesses have pushed to adopt the necessary DevOps tools and methodologies. In the DZone Guide to DevOps: Continuous Delivery & Automation, we explore the state of DevOps in 2017 including industry challenges, best practices, and solutions. Dive into the best mental model for implementing microservices, implementing unambiguous code requirements, best practices for microservices and containers, and Continuous Delivery anti-patterns.