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Summary

Are we doing DevOps or SRE? There are many blogs, videos, and Quora posts discussing the similarities and differences in both the practices. SRE was developed by Google for internal consumption and overlaps with the DevOps culture and philosophy.

Now let’s see a definition of DevOps and SRE!

  • DevOps is more of an organizational culture that fills the gap between coder and the operation person and aligns them to the overall organizational goal.
  • SRE is what happens when a software engineer is entrusted with operations!

This audiobook explains both of them in length and also covers relevant case studies and success stories and implementation strategies.

This audiobook can be used by a beginner, technology consultant, business consultant, project manager, or any member of the project team trying to figure out SRE and DevOps. The structure of the audiobook is such that it answers the most asked questions about DevOps and SRE. It also covers the best and the latest case studies with benefits. Therefore, it is expected that after going through this audiobook, you can discuss the topic with any stakeholder and take your agenda ahead as per your role.

Here is your chance to dive into the DevOps and SRE role and know what it takes to implement best practices.

The DevOps, continuous delivery, and SRE movements are here to stay and grow; it's time you to ride the wave! So, don’t wait; take action!

©2019 Stephen Fleming (P)2019 Stephen Fleming

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Hmmm ok

Just riding the wave of buzz words and no insight or practical knowledge. Sorry but I did not like it.

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Inch deep YouTube like good for beginners

DevOps part is inch deep, YouTube like with no added value to me, while SRE is a bit better due to some short case studies. Overall not recommended unless you want to learn a few conversational buzz words.

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not enough detail

overall informative, but there was not enough detail and the narrator failed to pronounce some words correctly

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Really excellent coverage of practical DevOps.

Really excellent coverage of practical Dev Ops. We run both in-house and SaaS development operations groups, and the experiences in this book should be required listening.

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This book is transforming the way

This book is transforming the way I work and manage my teams... Implementing as many tools as possible.

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As DevOps becomes more

As DevOps becomes more of a buzzword in tech circles, this book clearly articulates what the movement actually is.

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Essentially comprising of thoughts and strategy

Essentially comprising of thoughts and strategy of DevOps which is moving yet not pertinent from a product point of view.

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Loads of extraordinary contextual investigations

Loads of extraordinary contextual investigations on DevOps. Great introduction for new DevOps specialists and educational for experienced individuals too

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A standout amongst the best books

A standout amongst the best books I've at any point purchased. Not as much a course reading style, however an astounding stream up until now.

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Great listen for Software Engineers

Great listen for Software Engineers of any dimension in any tech association, will give you many 'a ha' minutes and solid contextual analyses to empower specialized answers for your organizations achievement.

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  • 29-03-19

Save Your Money

Many disconnected, unsupported statements. I am not sure if the language issue are odd choices by the author or mistakes by the narrator. I have over 30 years in the industry. I hoped to get some kind of insight through this book but there was nothing of substance.

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  • CB
  • 04-04-19

Horrible Narration & Basic Content

I wanted to turn this off - the narration is the worst. The narrator couldnt pronounce words correctly and also misplaced syllable emphasis - it was very distracting and made this a rough listen. Also, the content is very, very basic - especially from the DevOps/Agile side. Basically, if you have never heard of these terms, you could benefit; otherwise, pass.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-05-19

Too many lists

I have not finished this book because the narrative has lots of lists. that when read were frustrating.

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  • Kelly K Mattos
  • 06-03-19

If you only listen one book about DevOps

If you only listen one book about DevOps it should be this one.This is great non-programmers guide.

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  • Josefina Hoppe
  • 05-03-19

This is an excellent guide.

This is an excellent guide.From this book you will gather information on what DevOps is, and how you can use it to improve your processes.You will also identify the different roles that are linked to DevOps.

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  • Ralph Gilbert
  • 05-03-19

This book is highly informative guide.

This book is highly informative guide. The author explains this book very well, which is very helpful in promoting business.

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  • Xeek
  • 07-10-20

Monotone and of order and oversimplified

The first thing I became frustrated with was that it seemed the intro and first few chapters were actually the narrator literally reading the table of contents. It seems Chapter 5 is actually Chapter 1. The narrated is reading without much emotion; it sounds like a late 90s corporate training tape but with modern audio recording; the audio is also a bit tinny too. I regret using a credit for this one.

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  • Carlo Cardella
  • 07-01-20

Dry

It's like listening to someone reading a shopping list... A couple of concepts are interesting but get lost in the dry writing and reader's performance

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  • Mel L.
  • 31-12-19

Too many lists

Too many lists for everything. Wanted to like the book more but feel it could have been summed up in 15 minutes.

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  • Mr A Francis
  • 25-12-19

basic

very basic summary of the concepts, not worth buying if you are able to do a few hours of reading online