Book Review: Web Operations: Keeping the Data on Time

For my kickoff of systems engineering book reviews I have chosen this book. While not being technical in the strict sense of the term (if you are looking for code snippets or ready-to-use architecture ideas, look elsewhere), this collection of 17 essays provides a birds-eye view of the relatively new principle of Web Operations. As you will see from the short TOC below, no stone is left unturned and broad coverage is given to a range of subject ranging from NoSQL databases to community management (and all the points in between). This is what you will be getting: Web Operations: The career How Picnik Uses Cloud Computing: Lessons Learned Infrastructure and Application Metrics Continuous Deployment Infrastructure As Code Monitoring How Complex Systems Fail Community Management and Web Operations Dealing with…
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