DevOps & Microservices Handbook: Non-Programmer’s Guide to DevOps and Microservices

DevOps & Microservices Handbook: Non-Programmer’s Guide to DevOps and Microservices

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Are you a non-coder looking for insight into DevOps and Microservices Architecture?  

As the industry is moving towards maximum digitization there is a consensus that DevOps practices help you deliver software faster, more reliable, and with fewer errors.

You may be a consultant, Advisor, Project Manager or a novice into IT industry; after going through this guide you would be able to appreciate DevOps, Microservices and other related concepts like Kanban, Scrum, Agile, SOA, Monolith Architecture, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes etc.

You would also get to know about the leaders in DevOps and Microservices adoption and impact it had on the overall agility and hyper-growth of the adopters. This book covers the complete lifecycle for your understanding like Integrating, Testing, Deploying DevOps and Microservices architecture and the Security concerns while deploying it.

I am confident that after going through the book you would be able to navigate the discussion with any stakeholder and take your agenda ahead as per your role. 
Additionally, if you are new to the industry, and looking for an application development job, this book will help you to prepare with all the relevant information and understanding of the topic.

** I am also providing additional booklet containing all the relevant news, trends, and resources for DevOps and Microservices Architecture.

"Grab your copy today along with DevOps and Microservices Booklet"


"One of the best Kubernetes books for beginners" - BookAuthority

Title:DevOps & Microservices Handbook: Non-Programmer’s Guide to DevOps and Microservices
Edition Language:English
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    DevOps & Microservices Handbook: Non-Programmer’s Guide to DevOps and Microservices Reviews

  • Carlo Martinello

    Good as introduction...

  • AsliEralp Tezcan

    Full of typos, bad printing. The whole text feels like copy-pasted from somewhere else and then edited. I will see if I can still ask for a refund for this. ...