Autor: Tim Beattie
Broj strana: 812
ISBN broj: 9781800202368
Izdavač: PACKT PUBLISHING
Godina izdanja: 2022.
A practical guide to making the best use of the OpenShift container platform based on the real-life experiences, practices, and culture within Red Hat Open Innovation Labs
DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift features many different real-world practices - some people-related, some process-related, some technology-related - to facilitate successful DevOps, and in turn OpenShift, adoption within your organization. It introduces many DevOps concepts and tools to connect culture and practice through a continuous loop of discovery, pivots, and delivery underpinned by a foundation of collaboration and software engineering.
Containers and container-centric application lifecycle management are now an industry standard, and OpenShift has a leading position in a flourishing market of enterprise Kubernetes-based product offerings. DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift provides a roadmap for building empowered product teams within your organization.
This guide brings together lean, agile, design thinking, DevOps, culture, facilitation, and hands-on technical enablement all in one book. Through a combination of real-world stories, a practical case study, facilitation guides, and technical implementation details, DevOps Culture and Practice with OpenShift provides tools and techniques to build a DevOps culture within your organization on Red Hat's OpenShift Container Platform.
This book is for anyone with an interest in DevOps practices with OpenShift or other Kubernetes platforms.
This DevOps book gives software architects, developers, and infra-ops engineers a practical understanding of OpenShift, how to use it efficiently for the effective deployment of application architectures, and how to collaborate with users and stakeholders to deliver business-impacting outcomes.
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