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The ebook “DevOps Adoption Strategies: Principles, Processes, Tools, and Trends” is a guide for anyone who wants to adopt DevOps. Also, The ebook is a guide to help IT professionals adopt DevOps in their organizations.

What is DevOps?

DevOps is an organizational culture that emphasizes communication between developers and IT operations staff. The goal of this collaboration is to reduce friction during software delivery by improving visibility into the process of making changes or deploying new code onto production servers.

Why does my organization need Devops?

The main reason for implementing a devops strategy at your company is because it can help you achieve faster time-to-market with high quality products as well as improve agility in response to changing customer demands due to shorter development cycles.

Every organization wants to adopt DevOps and as an IT professional, it is important to understand the fundamentals of DevOps and how it can contribute to the success of your organization. This book provides complete coverage of the steps needed to implement the culture, people, and process aspects of DevOps.

The author provides an introduction to the principles of DevOps and then share insights from their own experience. They also offer detailed guidance on how best to implement these principles in your organization’s unique context. This includes advice for assessing your readiness for change and deciding what process changes will have the greatest impact. Then they discuss tools that can help you measure performance and support continuous improvement efforts, including metrics dashboards, configuration management systems, code quality analysis tools, automated testing frameworks such as Selenium WebDriver or Appium plus Jenkins CI server; cloud-based infrastructure automation services such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure,; etc.

The authors of this book is Martyn Coupland. He has experience with implementing DevOps practices in different organizations from both the IT side as well as the business side. Martyn Coupland is the head of DevOps at Transparity, a UK-managed service provider of Microsoft Azure and modern workplace services. He is responsible for the cloud management platform product and the development of DevOps within the organization. Martyn is a Microsoft MVP, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and a DevOps Ambassador for the DevOps Institute.

Who this book is for

This book is for IT professionals such as support engineers and systems engineers and developers who are looking to learn DevOps and for those who are going through DevOps transformation. General knowledge of IT and business processes will be helpful. If you are in a business or service role within IT, such as service delivery management, this book will also be useful for you.

What this book covers

  • Chapter 1, Introducing DevOps and Agile, introduces the concepts of DevOps and Agile, explaining what DevOps sets out to achieve and how Agile plays a part in DevOps.
  • Chapter 2, Business Benefits, Team Topologies, and Pitfalls of DevOps, demonstrates the benefits of DevOps and looks at the team topologies used for DevOps adoption.
  • Chapter 3, Measuring the Success of DevOps, shows how to use metrics to measure success in DevOps and use the correct metrics for the right scenario.
  • Chapter 4, Building a DevOps Culture and Breaking Down Silos, examines the culture of DevOps in more detail and looks at how to build a successful culture and break down
    organizational silos.
  • Chapter 5, Avoiding Cultural Anti-Patterns in DevOps, covers the challenges of building a DevOps culture.
  • Chapter 6, Driving Process Change with Value Stream Maps, goes into what value stream maps are and how to use them in your organization.
  • Chapter 7, Delivering Process Change in Your Organization, looks at how to manage and deliver process change in your organization in order to be successful.
  • Chapter 8, Continuous Improvement of Processes, introduces techniques for continuous feedback and how to iterate process changes.
  • Chapter 9, Understanding the Technical Stack for DevOps, looks at the pros and cons of the DevOps toolchain.
  • Chapter 10, Developing a Strategy for Implementing Tooling, shows how to develop an effective strategy for implementing tooling and addressing the training needs of your organization.
  • Chapter 11, Keeping Up with Key DevOps Trends, explores the latest XOps trends and their relationship to DevOps.
  • Chapter 12, Implementing DevOps in a Real-World Organization, puts together everything we have learned to look at the implementation of DevOps in the real world.

By the end of this DevOps book, you will have gained a clear understanding of the connection between culture, people, and processes within DevOps, and learned why all three are critically important.

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