Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

Time:2019-10-6

Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

Original address:https://medium.com/faun/10-great-books-for-aspiring-devopssre-engineers-76536c7c4909
Author:Aymen El Amri
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The following books are a list of good books recommended for DevOps or SRE engineers to learn or enhance the necessary skills. We found the Chinese version of the English version of the original list, which we hope will help.

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1. DevOps Practice Guide

Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

This book is one of the most famous books on this list. The DevOps Practice Guide is the author’s rich practice guide and the result of years of learning. It is also one of the most influential books in the DevOps community. If you’re looking for historical and business cases for careful research, try this book. It is a reference book for the DevOps world. I like it very much and strongly recommend it to developers, operations engineers and IT managers.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you are interested in the DevOps field: team organizational design, DevOps culture and related technologies.

2. Microservice Design

Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

Microservice Design is a book with a good reading experience. It is written in depth and easy to understand. Some of the basic topics, such as team building, version control, logging, monitoring and so on, will help you find a very good introduction to micro services. The author is knowledgeable and has considerable experience in micro-services. At the same time, the book is very friendly to beginners.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
Friends who want to learn how to build applications based on micro-service architecture.

3. Infrastructure as Code

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This book is an overview of cloud automation, infrastructure, and DevOps industry best practices. It’s comprehensive, and you can enjoy a clear explanation of concepts and methods and good wording in comparison with similar technical books.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you are interested in the successful experience of Netflix, Amazon and Etsy, you want to strengthen your management skills.

4. Effective DevOps (Chinese version).

Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

This book is not only a technical guide, but also a cultural and management guide. DevOps is about teamwork and cultural challenges. This book focuses more on these aspects of humanity. By describing failure and success stories, DevOps links technology and culture in an excellent way.

This book sums up what DevOps is: “a professional cultural movement that emphasizes continuous efforts to break the relationship between information islands and monitoring, and to correct the misunderstanding within the organization team.”

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you want to implement and maintain the team’s EvOps culture.

5. SRE: Revealing the Secrets of Google Operations and Maintenance

Enthusiastic DevOps and SRE engineers must read a list of good books | Benefits at the end of the article!

How do we run the production system? The book answers this question with a good structure. I like this book because readers do not need to read in any particular order, each chapter is an independent theme. This book is one of Amazon’s best sellers and probably the best on this list.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you want to understand the theory and practice of SRE’s daily work (from building to operating large-scale distributed systems) and explore how Google’s management approach can be used for training, communication and meetings.

6. Actual Operations and Maintenance of Micro Services (Volume 1)

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This book is the process of building a complete and stable CI/CD pipeline and supporting modern distributed applications built on a micro-service architecture. It is a very interesting book in the field of DevOps, covering a variety of modern technologies: Docker, Kubernetes, Ansible, Ubuntu, Docker Swarm, Docker Compose, Consul, etcd, Registrator, confd and so on.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you want to get the technical basics of DevOps through specific examples and demonstration cases.

7. Continuous Delivery: A Systematic Approach to Releasing Reliable Software

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This book is a guide to quickly release software while reducing risk and improving quality. It lists best practices and fast and simple technologies for release and production deployment management. It also includes many other practices, such as production monitoring and tracking, dependency management, and effective use of virtualization. This book will teach you the basics of continuous delivery, the techniques for creating efficient deployment pipelines, and the vision of delivery ecosystems.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
If you’re looking for step-by-step guidelines to manage new software versions faster while reducing risk and increasing value.

8. The Law of Construction: Modern Software Engineering

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The author systematically collates the knowledge points and skill requirements of software engineering to form this textbook. At the same time, it describes the latest practice methods in the industry. This is a panoramic book, but also a practical book, covering all aspects of modern software engineering, each chapter or even each paragraph can be taken out as a guide in practice. It will give you a better understanding of the industry and make the people who are going to work less surprised and unexpected in the process of getting familiar with the industry.

It is especially suitable for the following readers:
Students in software related industries want to have a general understanding of software engineering as a whole.


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