Effective DevOps with AWS

ISBN: 1786466813

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Posted on 2017-09-12, updated at 2018-03-06, by nokia241186.


Effective DevOps with AWS by Nathaniel Felsen
English | 31 July 2017 | ISBN: 1786466813 | ASIN: B01N4EREO3 | 400 Pages | AZW3 | 6.97 MB

Key Features

Implement DevOps principles to take full advantage of the AWS stack and services
Take expert look at solving problems faced by real developers and operation teams and learn to overcome them
Learn from expert insights of the author who has worked with Silicon Valley's most high-profile companies

Book Description

The DevOps movement has transformed the way modern tech companies work. AWS which has been on the forefront of the Cloud computing revolution has also been a key contributor of this DevOps movement creating a huge range of managed services that help you implement the DevOps principles.

In this book, you'll see how the most successful tech start-ups launch and scale their services on AWS and how you can too. Written by a lead member of Mediums DevOps team, this book explains how to treat infrastructure as code, meaning you can bring resources online and offline as necessary with the code as easily as you control your software. You will also build a continuous integration and continuous deployment pipeline to keep your app up to date. You'll find out how to scale your applications to offer maximum performance to users anywhere in the world, even when traffic spikes with the latest technologies, such as containers and serverless computing. You will also take a deep dive into monitoring and alerting to make sure your users have the best experience when using your service.

Finally, you'll get to grips with ensuring the security of your platform and data.

What you will learn

Find out what it means to practice DevOps and what its principles are
Build repeatable infrastructures using templates and configuration management
Deploy multiple times a day by implementing continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines
Use the latest technologies, including containers and serverless computing, to scale your infrastructure
Collect metrics and logs and implement an alerting strategy
Make your system robust and secure

About the Author

Nathaniel Felsen is a DevOps engineer who started working on DevOps engineering concepts over 10 years ago, before the term was even coined. He worked in several companies ranging from small start-ups to enterprises, including Qualys, Square, and more recently, Medium.

Outside of work, Nathaniel lives a fabulous life where he enjoys running after his very active kids and spending a fortune on occasional date nights with his wife. Although Nathaniel is French, he prefers exploring local stout beers with friends than drinking wine. He holds a MS degree in system, network, and security from Ecole Pour l'Informatique et les Techniques Avancees (EPITA), a top CS engineering school in France.

Table of Contents

The Cloud and DevOPS Revolutions
Deploying your first web application
Treating your infrastructure as code
Adding Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
Scaling your Infrastructure
Running Containers in AWS
Monitoring your infrastructure and services
Hardening the security of your AWS environment
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