Sometimes in life it’s great to get as much “bang for your buck” as you can, especially when it applies to your work. If you’re a software developer, DevOps is a great method for you since it shortens the time it takes to make the software available. To learn as much as you can about it, you may want to pick up the Humble Book Bundle – DevOps by O’Reilly. Along with learning all you need to know about DevOps, you can pay what you want and only get the O’Reilly Media-published books you really need.
There’s also an additional reason to purchase this book bundle. The amount you pay will include a portion of the money going toward charity. The charities Humble Bundles support include Make-a-Wish, American Red Cross, Save the Children, and Code for America, and you can choose which charities you want to help. So far Humble has raised $136,000,000
Pay Just $1 or More
For as little as $1 you can get five great DevOps titles. Among these is Effective DevOps by Jennifer Davis and Ryn Daniels. This book will show you why DevOps is a professional and cultural movement and will deliver several approaches to improve collaboration, create affinity, promote efficient tool usage, and increase what works.
Pay at Least $8
If you pay $8 or more, you can unlock five more great titles. Of these additional books is Cloud Native Infrastructure by Justin Garrison and Kris Nova. They’ll teach you the practices, patterns, and requirements to create infrastructure that is capable of managing cloud-native applications, providing examples seen in existing tools such as Kubernetes.
Pay at Least $15
You only need to pay $15 or more to unlock an additional five books. One of these titles is The Site Reliability Workbook by the Google engineers who wrote the book on Site Reliability Engineering. This workbook is a hands-on companion that uses examples to show you how to put those principles discussed in the original book to work in your environment.
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