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The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit: Automating the Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Containerized Microservices Paperback – February 6, 2016
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1) It provides a *Complete* beginning to end automation system with code that you can use and adapt to your own purposes.
2) The style of the book starts from first principles for each area, starting with the problems you are trying to solve, and working through the design process.
3) The decision process for tool selection is fully explained. In one case the solution is worked out twice, using etcd once and then with consul.
In addition, when I found a bug, the author responded within 24 hours and has been very helpful on the message board.
Enough said! Just get this book if you want to get your fundamentals of DevOps right. Core concepts that make up DevOps need to be understood really well and this helps you do that exactly.
Other than that, I don't know of another place to get this much information across so many topics and technologies for such an important field,
Yet still, if you have to pay for a book, why can't it be proofread by a person with English as a first language?
The book did to me exactly what author's intention was - it connected a lot of different dots. While I heard about almost all the tools mentioned in the book, I could never draw a comprehensive picture in my mind about how to connect them all effectively. Author not only did that but also presented them in a way, when pure-windows guy (I know, I have to do better than that) can run them. It opened the door into the linux world for me.
There are not so many "sit-in-front-of-PC-and-do-stuff" books out there. This one is comprehensive, with good explanations and most importantly, all examples are actually working :) It does not jump to complicated stuff, but it tells a story and actually walks the reader through, what I believe, a very natural evolution.
I definitely recommend it.
Warning: if you just want to get a couch-literature and are not willing to sit in front of a computer and run all the examples, then this book is probably not for you. It is very hands-on and this is what I liked most!
This is by far on of the best current-practice books on the Fast-moving Container Ecosystem and subsequent Continuous DEPLOYMENT (read: not Delivery).