Some DevOps books I find enlightening:
🔹Accelerate - presents both the findings and the science behind measuring software delivery performance.
🔹Continuous Delivery - introduces automated architecture management and data migration. It also pointed out key problems and optimal solutions in each area.
🔹Site Reliability Engineering - famous Google SRE book. It explains the whole life cycle of Google’s development, deployment, and monitoring, and how to manage the world’s biggest software systems.
🔹Effective DevOps - provides effective ways to improve team coordination.
🔹The Phoenix Project - a classic novel about effectiveness and communications. IT work is like manufacturing plant work, and a system must be established to streamline the workflow. Very interesting read!
🔹The DevOps Handbook - introduces product development, quality assurance, IT operations, and information security.
What’s your favorite dev-ops book?
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