Video descriptionVery practical approach to patterns and practices for DevOps!
Foster Haines, J2 Interactive
Operations Anti-Patterns, DevOps Solutions shows how to implement DevOps techniques in the kind of imperfect environments most developers work in. Part technology tutorial, part reference manual, and part psychology handbook, this practical guide shows you realistic ways to bring DevOps to your team when you don't have the flexibility to make sweeping changes in organizational structure.
about the technology
To some extent, all organizations—even yours—suffer from poor development practices, garbled communications, and outdated legacy systems. The good news is DevOps can help you improve your processes. First, however, you'll need to recognize the core issues holding you back. This book empowers you to deliver DevOps with limited resources while navigating the office politics and entrenched mindsets that are all too common in actual workplaces.
about the book
Operations Anti-Patterns, DevOps Solutions offers clear steps for transforming development and communication. Using jargon-free language, this book describes incremental techniques that pay off immediately. Streamline your workflow, manage unplanned time, and build operational metrics. Whatever your issues, this book holds the keys to organizational success.
- Turn failure into opportunity
- Drive change through culture
- Break down knowledge silos
- Settle middle management turf wars
about the audience
For team leaders and managers.
about the author
Jeffery D. Smith has been in the technology industry for over 15 years. He has managed DevOps transformations at the ad-tech firm Centro and the online ordering platform Grubhub.
A pragmatic guide to adopting DevOps practices progressively in every organization.
Zhuo Hong Wei, Indeed
A comprehensive guide to getting started with DevOps and integrating this culture in your company in the right manner.
Roman Levchenko, Microsoft Azure MVP
A truly inspiring book with real-world use cases and solutions. Really helpful for managers and technical leaders who want to drive change in their company.
Michele Adduci, OpenLimit SignCubes GmbH
NARRATED BY JULIE BRIERLEY
Table of contents
- Chapter 1. The DevOps ingredients
- Chapter 2. The paternalist syndrome
- Chapter 3. Operational blindness
- Chapter 4. Data instead of information
- Chapter 5. Quality as a condiment
- Chapter 6. Alert fatigue
- Chapter 7. The empty toolbox
- Chapter 8. Off-hour deployments
- Chapter 9. Wasting a perfectly good incident
- Chapter 10. Information hoarding: Only Brent knows
- Chapter 11. Culture by decree
- Chapter 12. Too many yardsticks
- Title: Operations Anti-patterns, DevOps Solutions
- Release date: October 2020
- Publisher(s): Manning Publications
- ISBN: None
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