Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart Guide

Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart Guide For a while now there has been a buzz around the IT industry regarding continuous delivery and DevOps This book will provide you with some background information into these two new kids on the block

  • Title: Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart Guide
  • Author: Paul Swartout
  • ISBN: 9781849693684
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • For a while now, there has been a buzz around the IT industry regarding continuous delivery and DevOps This book will provide you with some background information into these two new kids on the block and how they can help you to optimize, streamline and improve the way you work and ultimately how you ship quality software Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart guidFor a while now, there has been a buzz around the IT industry regarding continuous delivery and DevOps This book will provide you with some background information into these two new kids on the block and how they can help you to optimize, streamline and improve the way you work and ultimately how you ship quality software Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart guide will provide you with a clear and concise insight into what continuous delivery and DevOps are all about, how to go about preparing for and implementing them and what quantifiable business value they bring Included within are some tricks and trips based upon real world experiences which may help you reduce the time and effort needed if you were to go it alone.

    One thought on “Continuous delivery and DevOps A Quickstart Guide”

    1. Very conceptual, there is not specific tools, only methods and concepts.Maybe is a good start for some managers, or some stakeholders. Contains a good philosophy and the analogies are clear. In some chapters I had to hold the reading because are long and if you left it maybe should to read from the beginning.In brief: the point is reached but maybe could be more concise.

    2. Tried a little too hard to be liked. Still, if you are new to DevOps and want to read something to learn about it, it gets the job done.

    3. It needs quite some editing, but I heard that a lot of Packt books are like that. Not a big deal for me.It is mostly oriented towards managers and people who want to get their feet wet with "this whole DevOps thing". Don't expect code, advanced techniques or tools, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It covers a lot of the soft processes and cultural changes needed to implement DevOps and continuous delivery.Good quick read overall.

    4. This book is really for managers or non technical people.There's a lot of explanation about what are the activities around CD and Devops, but nothing that worth to a technical person.

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