The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations

Book review by Deane Barker tags: tech, programming

A very complete look at all the steps necessary to manage devops in a software shop. Some of it was lost on me, because it’s exactly what it purported to be: a comprehensive review of everything you might do to manage the process of releasing and supporting software.

Of interest was some emphasis on humanity. The book makes the point that human failures and frailties are inevitably part of the process and they have to be managed and accounted for like everything else.

So, if you want a total overview of devops – what you’re doing, and what you might improve or do in the future – this is your book.

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