97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts (Paperback)
If you create, manage, operate, or configure systems running in the cloud, you're a cloud engineer--even if you work as a system administrator, software developer, data scientist, or site reliability engineer. With this book, professionals from around the world provide valuable insight into today's cloud engineering role.
These concise articles explore the entire cloud computing experience, including fundamentals, architecture, and migration. You'll delve into security and compliance, operations and reliability, and software development. And examine networking, organizational culture, and more. You're sure to find 1, 2, or 97 things that inspire you to dig deeper and expand your own career.
- Three Keys to Making the Right Multicloud Decisions, Brendan O'Leary
- Serverless Bad Practices, Manases Jesus Galindo Bello
- Failing a Cloud Migration, Lee Atchison
- Treat Your Cloud Environment as If It Were On Premises, Iyana Garry
- What Is Toil, and Why Are SREs Obsessed with It?, Zachary Nickens
- Lean QA: The QA Evolving in the DevOps World, Theresa Neate
- How Economies of Scale Work in the Cloud, Jon Moore
- The Cloud Is Not About the Cloud, Ken Corless
- Data Gravity: The Importance of Data Management in the Cloud, Geoff Hughes
- Even in the Cloud, the Network Is the Foundation, David Murray
- Cloud Engineering Is About Culture, Not Containers, Holly Cummins
About the Author
Emily Freeman is a technologist and a storyteller who helps engineering teams improve their velocity. As the author of DevOps for Dummies, she believes the biggest challenges facing developers aren't technical, but human. Her mission in life is to transform technology organizations by creating company cultures in which diverse, collaborative teams can thrive.Emily is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, and her experience spans both cutting-edge startups and some of the largest technology providers in the world. Her work has been featured in outlets such as Bloomberg and she is widely recognized as a thoughtful, entertaining, and professional keynote speaker. Emily is best known for her creative approach to identifying and solving the human challenges of software engineering. It is rare in the technology industry to find individuals equally adept with code and words, but her career has been defined by precisely that combination.