DevOps and SRE
Step into the cultural movements that of DevOps and SRE to more quickly deliver reliable and healthy software solutions.
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Manning Publications is releasing one of their liveProjects for free. This is a great resource for those who are starting to use git for their projects.Looking to begin your adventures in Git? Getting Started with Git is a liveProject by Rafiullah Hamedy, which will help you master the basics of Git by completing the kind of day-to-day tasks done by professional programmers.Get it here: http://mng.bz/l97B
Calling all Cloud Natives..this is an amazing interactive resource from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
https://landscape.cncf.io/This is an amazing, interactive, and simple tool to better understand the Cloud Native Landscape. Kudos to the team over at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation for creating this. Take a quick peek on the features and functionalities and then bookmark it as it is open sourced and updated by their community all of the time. My favorite two features...the filters on the left to change the landscape views and the data and information served up when you click on each company’s tile in the trail map. JB
If you are interested in getting your hands dirty as you learn more about modern SRE principles, Google recently posted a great series of content, tutorials, and hands-on for SRE classroom training. Here is the abstract on it: SRE Classroom is a collection of workshops developed by Google's Site Reliability Engineering group. The goals of this workshop are to (1) introduce participants to the principles of non-abstract large systems design (NALSD), and (2) provide hands-on experiences with applying these principles to the design and evaluation of these systems. We consider NALSD a concept fundamental to SRE, and understanding its principles provides a basis for having meaningful conversations about the design and operation of large software systems. Here is the actual post: https://sre.google/classroom/
This article from YourDevOpsGuy aims “to take you from zero to hero in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in just one article.”It covers:Get started with a GCP account for free Reduce costs in your GCP infrastructure Organize your resources Automate the creation and configuration of your resources Manage operations: logging, monitoring, tracing, and so on. Store your data Deploy your applications and services Create networks in GCP and connect them with your on-premise networks Work with Big Data, AI, and Machine Learning Secure your resourcesCheck it out and upvote it if you think we should feature it on our Learn resource collection.
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