If you want to do the devops then you need to have a deep understanding of the principles, values, and concepts that drive it.

Devops may be a trendy topic, but it brings together important concepts that come from multiple sources.In this list, I recommend five books that help lay that conceptual groundwork.

All are highly influential and build an understanding of how you should think about scaled software delivery in large enterprises.[ What is devops? Discover how to transform software development. | Also: InfoWorld explains monitoring in the age of devops. ]
While The Phoenix Project, The Devops Handbook, and Continuous Delivery form the core building blocks of the devops movement, those books should already be on the bookshelf of any devops enthusiast, and they are covered well in other lists—such as George Hulme’s ”5 great books on devops.” Here, I focus on books that provide additional context to these fundamental books and help frame the core issues.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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