Sign up to get exclusive offers, the best in books & more. Or just overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the book? The DevOps Handbook digs into the three foundational principles underpinning DevOps known as The Three Ways: Flow, Feedback, and Continual Learning and Experimentation. Success in modern technical endeavors absolutely requires multiple perspectives and expertise to collaborate. He was founder and CTO of Tripwire for 13 years. Want to read The DevOps Handbook but don’t have the time? This book was a precursor to DevOps, written in … Whether you’re a seasoned IT technician or not, these DevOps theories and practices are designed to be utilized by anyone who influences or works within an organization’s IT value stream, agnostic to the underlying tech stack. All credit goes to the authors and founders of the DevOps movement: Gene Kim – Multi-award winning American entrepreneur, researcher, and author. I’ve read the book, filtered through the information, and have drawn all the key points together. Analyze traffic automatically reflected in technology organizations struggle to add to areas are unable to have struggled in. al. I’ve read it 3 times so far, and every time I pick up something new. It’s an invaluable reference to keep in your office as you begin building out your delivery pipeline. Increase profitability, elevate work culture, and exceed productivity goals through DevOps practices. Concerned it may be too technical? Here’s a glimpse of the upcoming chapters we’ll cover and links to each post: We’ll begin today with the summary introduction to The DevOps Handbook and an outline of what you can achieve. Enable product and feature releases in a controlled, predictable, and reversible manner. Currently, in many IT teams, developers and operations are still at odds with one another creating conflict and friction in the work process. Part I: Introduction The first part of the book is an introduction to the three ways: The First Way enables fast left-to-right flow of work from Development to Operations to the customer. DevOps is a shortcut for the compound words software development and IT operations. The DevOps Handbook. Promote rapid learning skills in your employees with automated testing which helps your team discover and correct mistakes quickly. The consequences of failure have never been greater-whether it''s the healthcare.gov debacle, cardholder data breaches, or missing the boat with Big Data in the cloud. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. No fear. It’s a great start that gives a great overview of DevOps. Ever-increased workloads, a growing number of production changes that do not fix root problems, and outages that directly impact the customer which require major firefighting sessions to correct. In Part I of The DevOps Handbook, we will explore how the convergence of several important movements in management and technology set the stage for the DevOps movement.We describe value streams, how DevOps is the result of applying Lean principles to the technology value stream, and the Three Ways: Flow, Feedback, and Continual Learning and Experimentation. When you’re directly involved in the IT value stream, it’s difficult to spot the downward spiral as it is happening. Explore a preview version of The DevOps Handbook right now.. O’Reilly members get unlimited access to live online training experiences, plus books, videos, and digital content from 200+ publishers. Plus, enjoy 10% off your next online purchase over $50. A great place to start. The DevOps Handbook (437 pages, 2016, Kim, Humble, Debois, Willis, Allspaw) is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand, explain and implement DevOps culture, process and tools for high performance development and operations. The DevOps Handbook was five years and over 2000 hours in the making to provide a guideline for organizations of all industries and sizes to achieve the transformative effects of DevOps. This book is the first one most DevOps professionals start with.