This award-winning and bestselling business handbook for digital transformation is now fully updated and expanded with the latest research and new case studies!
Over the last five years, The DevOps Handbook has been the definitive guide for taking the successes laid out in the bestselling The Phoenix Project and applying them in any organization. Now, with this fully updated and expanded edition, it’s time to take DevOps out of the IT department and apply it across the full business.
Technology is now at the core of every company, no matter the business model or product. The theories and practices laid out in The DevOps Handbook are tools to be used by anyone from across the organization to create joy and succeed in the marketplace.
The second edition features fifteen new case studies, including stories from adidas, American Airlines, Fannie Mae, Target, and the US Air Force. In addition, renowned researcher and coauthor of Accelerate, Nicole Forsgren, PhD, provides her insights through new and updated material and research. With over 100 pages of new content throughout the book, this expanded edition is a must read for anyone who works with technology.
Nicole Forsgren, PhD, Partner at Microsoft Research and coauthor of the book Accelerate, provides updated research throughout based on the State of DevOps Reports, GitHub's Octoverse report, and more.
Fifteen new case studies have been added to show the continued and expanding success of DevOps principles and practices across the industry and the business. Case studies include Adidas, American Airlines, Fannie Mae, the US Air Force, Target, and more.
Updated tools and practices based on the latest learnings over the last five years are included in easy to identify call outs, including updated content around Team Topologies, supply chain security, remote work, and more.
A fully updated design and layout helps boost readability and usability of this classic handbook, making it easier than ever to apply the lessons within to your organization.
Expanded additional resource sections at the end of each part provide a wealth of new research, examples, and more from the latest podcast, industry presentations, articles, etc.
Overall, this fully updated and expanded edition features over 100 new pages of content, including new foreword from Nicole Forsgren, PhD, and new afterwords from the authors on the state of DevOps in the last five years, and what's next in the future of work.
“[The DevOps Handbook] remains a must-read for any organization seeking to scale up its IT capability and expand DevOps practices across multiple departments or lines of business.”
“It’s a practical roadmap to improving IT in any organization. It’s also the most valuable book on software development I’ve read in the past 10 years.”
The effective management of technology is critical for business competitiveness. High-performing organizations are 2.5x more likely than their peers to exceed profitability, market share, and productivity goals.
We introduce the underpinning theory and primer of Lean Manufacturing, as well as the broader principles of the Three Ways—the principles from which all of the observed DevOps behaviors can be derived.
We discuss where to start, who will be involved, and how to protect, organize, and enable your teams.
We sustain the fast flow of work from Dev into Ops without causing chaos and disruption to the production environment and customers.
We shorten and amplify feedback loops, radiating feedback and making information visible to everyone in the value stream.
We continually shorten and amplify our feedback loops, relentlessly creating ever safer systems of work.
“The DevOps Handbook is an amazing guide for anyone trying to improve their DevOps Kung-Fu in their companies. It literally covers everything you may need to know, and is filled with interesting case studies and real-life examples of how people have achieved success in their DevOps transformations.”