Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as CodeIncroyable Livres, Infrastructure As Code Par Kief Morris C Est Tr S Bien Et Devient Le Sujet Principal Lire, Les Lecteurs Sont Tr S Takjup Et S Inspirent Toujours Du Contenu Du Livre Infrastructure As Code, Essai De Kief Morris Est Maintenant Sur Notre Site Web Et Vous Pouvez Le T L Charger En Vous Inscrivant Qu Est Ce Que Tu Attends S Il Vous Pla T Lire Et Faire Une Remise Pour Vous I would give this book to all the project manager and guys with control of the budgets Explains the rationale of why IT needs to put key pieces in play and collaborate across departments. Infrastructure as Code shows modern techniques to use the cloud The beginning chapters detailed the differences between the Iron Age of infrastructure and newer cloud based methods Scripts are shown often to show how you would actually setup some cloud based instances The author has a preference for Ruby and AWS.The middle portions of the book look at design patterns related to the cloud Often anti patterns are explored as well to show what not to do Templating servers and configuration management is detailed.Part III of the book was basically a summary of DevOps I found the information to be too general here, and sometimes not that relevant to Infrastructure To give an example, the author discusses Code Reviews where he says All too often, code reviewing becomes a wasteful activity that doesn t lead to improvements actually being made to code Pair programming is rigorous, with input from two people leading to better design and improvements made in real time.The author often states opinions like this, but does not back them up by anything but his opinion There was no evidence provided to show that code reviews are wasteful, while pair programming boosts productivity Maybe this has been the case for the author, but I would have liked to seen evidence for a lot of his claims A lot of the asides in the book were taken from the author s personal experiences and used to prove something.I found the stronger parts of the book where the author shows configurations and details Parts in which the author relied on personal experiences and generalizations were not as good Overall though, this was an informative book that is helping define the new rules for cloud based architectures. I found this book to be very informative as I am trying to shift from manual operations experience into automated operations Another thing that I really appreciated while reading this is I never saw the words X subject matter is outside the scope of this book Whenever a casual reference was made to a topic that wasn t intended to be discussed in detail, a footnote was provided that referred me to a specfic text, video or blog site. This book provides a nice overview of modern approach to build and run infrastructures However, it is little to be gained from it for an experienced developer Most things are common knowledge.Of course any reader would get something new from this book, but time can be better invested. This is well written and provides a good overview of some of the concepts benefits and high level methods of defining your infrastructure in text files, but honestly I didn t get anything out of this book I do security at a company where we use AWS and have one devops guy doing everything, so I decided to try to learn a little about what he does This book did not help me I already knew that defining what servers you have in text files that can be checked into git is a good thing I already knew that saving your configurations for how these servers should be set up is a good thing I was hoping to learn about best practices at a technical level, but this book is too high level for that.

[PDF / Epub] ☄ Infrastructure as Code ✓ Kief Morris –
  • Format Kindle
  • 250 pages
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Kief Morris
  • Anglais
  • 22 June 2018
  • 1491924357

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