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by gnat
The Goal also inspired my favourite tech business book, The Phoenix Project[1]. As in The Goal, the protagonist has a mentor who asks pointed questions that are the slow-burning fuse which later unlock understanding. Easy to read, wise, and useful at work. I've caused at least ten people around me to read it, and they've all been grateful.


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by beaker52
The Phoenix Project is a really inspirational novel, good for 'getting' the devops mindset and also as a tool to get other people in your organisation on board.

The DevOps Handbook is a sister book to The Phoenix Project which is more technically oriented around the practicalities of closer integration between Dev and Ops.

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by bsnape
The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win

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by WestCoastJustin
Read The Visible Ops Handbook [1], implement what they talk about, it is an easy read too. On the tools site: puppet [2]. Puppet allows you to bake these controls into your infrastructure and monitor if things change.

p.s. I also read "The Phoenix Project" [3] a couple days ago and it give some good ideas on how to stop in insanity.




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