Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise
Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise is a quick, easy-to-read guide that helps structure those improvements by providing a framework that large organizations can use to understand DevOps principles in the context of their current development processes and gain alignment across the organization for successful implementations.
The book illustrates how to analyze your current development and delivery processes to ensure you gain positive momentum by implementing the DevOps practices that will have the greatest immediate impact on the productivity of your organization, with the goal of achieving continuous improvement over time.
The book Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise by Gary Gruver provides a DevOps based approach for continuously improving development and delivery processes in large organizations. It contains suggestions that can be used to optimize the deployment pipeline, release code frequently, and deliver to customers.Read more
While the “DevOps Handbook” is definitely worth your time, you should first grab a copy of Gary Gruver‘s new 94-page book, “Start and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise,” and plow through it before doing anything else. ...Read more
Hey there Gary – quick note before I go on vacation this week to the coast. I read through your book again and thought it was terrific.
I did a review on Amazon.com, and another on my blog. I love your pragmatic approach and I’ll continue to sing your praises with my clients and contacts. Hope it sells like hotcakes!
People who're working at large organizations often find the claims of DevOps, cloud, and agile preposterous. What seems to work well on small teams that have complete control of their products seems impossible in 100 to 1,000+ plus companies. ...Read more
As one of the people who had chance working under Gary's DevOps initiative in a large retail company, I found this book familiar as well as refreshing. ...Read more
Excellent, outstanding book. I've never seen such detail when it comes to drilling into exactly what ails an organization - Gary splits it into one of five categories - and specific questions you can ask to pinpoint the exact pain point. ...Read more