- Häftad (Paperback)
- Antal sidor
- Addison Wesley
- Hogan, Christina J. / Chalup, Strata R.
- Volume 1
- 234 x 184 x 50 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1442 g
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The Practice of System and Network Administration
Volume 1: DevOps and other Best Practices for Enterprise IT
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Whether you use Linux, Unix, or Windows, this new edition describes the essential practices previously handed down only from mentor to protg. This wonderfully lucid, often funny cornucopia of information introduces beginners to advanced frameworks valuable for their entire career, yet is structured to help even experts through difficult projects.
Other books tell you what commands to type. This book teaches you the cross-platform strategies that are timeless!
- DevOps techniques: Apply DevOps principles to enterprise IT infrastructure, even in environments without developers
- Game-changing strategies: New ways to deliver results faster with less stress
- Fleet management: A comprehensive guide to managing your fleet of desktops, laptops, servers and mobile devices
- Service management: How to design, launch, upgrade and migrate services
- Measurable improvement: Assess your operational effectiveness; a forty-page, pain-free assessment system you can start using today to raise the quality of all services
- Design guides: Best practices for networks, data centers, email, storage, monitoring, backups and more
- Management skills: Organization design, communication, negotiation, ethics, hiring and firing, and more
Have you ever had any of these problems?
- Have you been surprised to discover your backup tapes are blank?
- Ever spent a year launching a new service only to be told the users hate it?
- Do you have more incoming support requests than you can handle?
- Do you spend more time fixing problems than building the next awesome thing?
- Have you suffered from a botched migration of thousands of users to a new service?
- Does your company rely on a computer that, if it died, cant be rebuilt?
- Is your network a fragile mess that breaks any time you try to improve it?
- Is there a periodic hell month that happens twice a year? Twelve times a year?
- Do you find out about problems when your users call you to complain?
- Does your corporate Change Review Board terrify you?
- Does each division of your company have their own broken way of doing things?
- Do you fear that automation will replace you, or break more than it fixes?
- Are you underpaid and overworked?
No vague management speak or empty platitudes. This comprehensive guide provides real solutions that prevent these problems and more!
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Thomas A. Limoncelli is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and system administrator with more than twenty years of experience at companies like Google, Bell Labs, and StackOverflow.com. Christina J. Hogan has more than twenty years of experience in system administration and network engineering, from Silicon Valley to Italy and Switzerland. She has a master s degree in computer science, a doctorate in aeronautical engineering, and has been part of a Formula 1 racing team. Strata R. Chalup has more than twenty-five years of experience in Silicon Valley, focusing on IT strategy, best-practices, and scalable infrastructures at firms that include Apple, Sun, Cisco, McAfee, and Palm."
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Part I: Game-Changing Strategies 1
Chapter 1: Climbing Out of the Hole 3
1.1 Organizing WIP 5
1.2 Eliminating Time Sinkholes 12
1.3 DevOps 16
1.4 DevOps Without Devs 16
1.5 Bottlenecks 18
1.6 Getting Started 20
1.7 Summary 21
Chapter 2: The Small Batches Principle 23
2.1 The Carpenter Analogy 23
2.2 Fixing Hell Month 24
2.3 Improving Emergency Failovers 26
2.4 Launching Early and Often 29
2.5 Summary 34
Chapter 3: Pets and Cattle 37
3.1 The Pets and Cattle Analogy 37
3.2 Scaling 39
3.3 Desktops as Cattle 40
3.4 Server Hardware as Cattle 41
3.5 Pets Store State 43
3.6 Isolating State 44
3.7 Generic Processes 47
3.8 Moving Variations to the End 51
3.9 Automation 53
3.10 Summary 53
Chapter 4: Infrastructure as Code 55
4.1 Programmable Infrastructure 56
4.2 Tracking Changes 57
4.3 Benefits of Infrastructure as Code 59
4.4 Principles of Infrastructure as Code 62
4.5 Configuration Management Tools 63
4.6 Example Infrastructure as Code Systems 67
4.7 Bringing Infrastructure as Code to Your Organization 71
4.8 Infrastructure as Code for Enhanced Collaboration 72
4.9 Downsides to Infrastructure as Code 73
4.10 Automation Myths 74
4.11 Summary 75
Part II: Workstation Fleet Management 77
Chapter 5: Workstation Architecture 79
5.1 Fungibility 80
5.2 Hardware 82
5.3 Operating System 82
5.4 Network Configuration 84
5.5 Accounts and Authorization 86
5.6 Data Storage 89
5.7 OS Updates 93
5.8 Security 94
5.9 Logging 97
5.10 Summary 98
Chapter 6: Workstation Hardware Strategies 101
6.1 Physical Workstations 101
6.2 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 105
6.3 Bring Your Own Device 110
6.4 Summary 113
Chapter 7: Workstation Software Life Cycle 117
7.1 Life of a Machine 117
7.2 OS Installation 120
7.3 OS Configuration 120
7.4 Updating the System Software and Applications 123
7.5 Rolling Out Changes . . . Carefully 128
7.6 Disposal 130
7.7 Summary 134
Chapter 8: OS Installation Strategies 137
8.1 Consistency Is More Important Than Perfection 138
8.2 Installation Strategies 142
8.3 Test-Driven Configuration Development 147
8.4 Automating in Steps 148...