PORTLAND, Ore., September 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – IT Revolution, Independent Publisher and Event Organizer, Announces the Release of The DevOps Handbook, Second Edition (https://itrevolution.com/the-devops-handbook/), November 2021. This expanded and updated edition features new material from a renowned researcher Nicole forsgren, PhD, associate at Microsoft Research, one of the main researchers for the DevOps Status Reports, and co-author of the award-winning book Shingo Accelerate.
The second edition includes:
- New preface and material from Nicole forsgren, doctorate
- Postfaces updated by the five co-authors
- 15 new case studies including Fannie Mae, Adidas, American Airlines, US Air Force
- New resource sections at the end of each game
- Over 100 pages of new or updated content
- Completely redesigned interior
The original publication of The DevOps Handbook sold over 260,000 copies and received on DevOps.com DevOps Dozen Best DevOps Book of the Year price in 2016.
Since publication, data from the DevOps Status Reports and other research continues to show that DevOps improves business time to value and increases worker productivity and well-being. It also helps create nimble and agile businesses that can adapt to overwhelming change, as evidenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2021, it’s clearer than ever that every business is a technology company and that every leader is a technology leader. Technology can no longer be ignored or relegated to the basement. It should be seen as an essential part of the company’s strategic effort. This book shows the way forward.
Gene Kim is a successful author, researcher and multiple award-winning CTO. He is the founder and organizer of the DevOps Enterprise Summit and the host of The Idealcast podcast. His books include The Phoenix project, The Unicorn Project, and Accelerate.
Jez humble has co-authored several bestselling software books, including Jolt Award-winner Continuous delivery and winner of the Shingo Publication Award Accelerate. He works at Google and teaches at University of California, Berkeley.
Patrick Debois is Director of DevOpsRelations and Advisor at Snyk. Considered one of the founders of DevOps, he organized the first DevOpsDays in Ghent, Belgium, where the term “DevOps” was coined.
John willis is the Senior Director of the Global Transformation Office at Red Hat. He is co-author of Beyond the Phoenix project and host of the Profound podcast.
Nicole forsgren, PhD, is a partner of Microsoft Research, where she heads the Developer Velocity Lab. She is co-author of the award-winning book Shingo Publication Award Accelerate, and is best known as a principal investigator in the largest DevOps studies to date.
Computer Revolution (https://itrevolution.com/) hosts the industry-leading DevOps Enterprise Summit and publishes award-winning and best-selling technology leadership books, including The Phoenix project. Our goal is to elevate the state of tech work and help leaders lead.