Hi developer, DevOps and VMware community!
I wanted to take a moment and announce a fresh new book to the DevOps tech- and business community. The new published book “DevOps for Networking” by Steven Armstrong and published by Packt Publishing, is great content if you are totally new or partial new to the DevOps space and if you want to know more about how automation, orchestration and especially the right infrastructure and networking can help your DevOps and Continuous Delivery initiative and strategy. I’m honored to announce this great book to our developer and Vmware social channels, as I also had the opportunity to work together with Steve and Packt Publishing on this project. If you are interested to learn more, visit the following link:
If you decide to purchase the book, please use the VMWARE SPECIAL discount code for 30% discount on the eBook for “DevOps for Networking” is YGKKSQ30. This code is valid till 15th December
What this book is about:
…Frustrated that your company’s network changes are still a manual set of activities that slow developers down? It doesn’t need to be that way any longer, as this book will help your company and network teams embrace DevOps and continuous delivery approaches, enabling them to automate all network functions.
This book aims to show readers network automation processes they could implement in their organizations. It will teach you the fundamentals of DevOps in networking and how to improve DevOps processes and workflows by providing automation in your network. You will be exposed to various networking strategies that are stopping your organization from scaling new projects quickly. You will see how SDN and APIs are influencing DevOps transformations, which will in turn help you improve the scalability and efficiency of your organizations networks operations. You will also find out how to leverage various configuration management tools such as Chef, Ansible, etc. to automate your network. The book will also look at containers and the impact they are having on networking as well as looking at how automation impacts network security in a software-defined network.
Please let me know if you have any questions, Daniel J. @ Vmware – email@example.com