As DevOps continues to mature, various definitions and opinions emerge. Organizations adopting DevOps culture are looking into experts, customers, and vendors to help them achieve DevOps.

There are many blogs and articles which would help you to get a good insight on DevOps.

Also, the experience shared by the current practitioners will help you identify your organization’s current stand on DevOps. For this, we have a list of top books, blogs, and resources that will definitely help you on your DevOps journey.

If you are trying to become a DevOps engineer or want to keep up with current DevOps trends, this blog is for you.

List of Best DevOps Books

This list has books covering the DevOps cultural aspects to few key tools based books that are popular in DevOps domain.

Following are the list of popular DevOps books.

For Leaders & Managers & Engineers

  1. The Phoenix Project
  2. The DevOps Handbook
  3. Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation

Some Tool Based Books

  1. The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit
  2. The Docker Book
  3. Kubernetes eBook
  4. The Terraform Book
  5. The Art of Monitoring

I know what you are thinking now. “There are other cool tool based books that can be added to the list”

I agree, there are other good books related to Ansible, Jenkins, etc that can be added to the list. I just want to keep the list minimal with some important ones. I don’t mind adding a few more if you really think it is required in this list 🙂

List of DevOps Blogs and Resources

Following is the list of top DevOps blogs to get more insights into key DevOps trends.

Dzone DevOps

Dzone DevOps category contains great articles and blog posts from various industry experts and blogs. In this section, you can find theoretical to practical implementations of tools and practices from different industry verticals. Moreover, new articles and blog posts are added every day to keep you updated with the industry trends.

Devops.com

Devops.com is strictly about DevOps. It publishes news on strategies, insights, best practices, case studies, events, and much more, which would interest every DevOps enthusiast. Also, it is more focused on the enterprise and business side of DevOps.

DevOps on Quora:

Another interesting place to discuss and know more about DevOps. Here you can ask questions and answer other people’s queries.

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Medium DevOps Publications

You can find a ton of articles from medium publications related to DevOps. Most of the articles are from the DevOps community and organizations working on DevOps methodologies.

DevOps Sub-Reddit

The DevOps page in Reddit lists news and happenings in the DevOps domain. It also lists pure tech tutorials on DevOps tools for dev’s and ops persons to follow DevOps culture.

Linkedin DevOps groups:

Linkedin DevOps groups are the best source of DevOps resources. Here is the list of groups you should check out.

  1. DevOps
  2. DevOps discussions

DevOps Podcasts

If you are an avid podcast listener, here is the list you should have a look at.

  1. The ship show
  2. To Be Continuous
  3. DevOps Radio

DevOps Influencers

By following influencers you can keep yourself updated with the latest technology trends. Here are the list of DevOps influencers you can follow.

  1. Martin Fowler
  2. Jez Humble
  3. John Arundel
  4. Gene Kim
  5. Kelsey Hightower

DevOps Tools List

A blog post published by Skillslane contains the tools and technologies that could be used for your DevOps toolchain. Check it out here. The Ultimate List of DevOps tools

DevOps Courses

There are a plethora of online resources available for understanding DevOps and its related technologies. However, if you want guided coaching, you can prefer any one of the following options.

  1. Udemy DevOps Courses
  2. Pluralsight DevOps Courses
  3. Linux Academy Courses

DevOpsCube Blog Tutorials

In DevOpsCube, we have many interesting articles on DevOps tools, implementations, and designs. Check out our articles on different categories.

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White Papers & Reference Architectures

Reference architectures provide tons of information on standards and guidelines on using different cloud services. You can also learn how other organizations use cloud services for their use cases. Here are some resources you can start with.

  1. AWS reference architectures
  2. GCP Whitepapers
  3. Azure Whitepapers

Good Engineering Blogs

It’s very interesting to know about how big organizations architect their highly scalable applications.

You can read Engineering Blogs of big organizations to gain some insights on how they design systems and overcome several scalability and performance issues with open source tooling and their customized in-house tooling.

Plus these guys have created some awesome open-source projects that are worth looking at. Also, these blogs are not dedicated to DevOps, however, you will find a ton of useful information related to infrastructure and other development practices.

Here are my favorite engineering blogs.

  1. Netflix Engineering Blog
  2. Twitter Engineering Blog
  3. Capital One Tech
  4. Facebook Engineering
  5. Stackoverflow Engineering Blog
  6. Uber Engineering Blog
  7. Walmart Engineering Blog
  8. Linkedin Engineering Blog

Dedicated DevOps Forum

A dedicated forum for DevOps discussions and Q/A.

  1. DevOps Tech Discussions
  2. Stackexchange DevOps

Use Blog Syndication Tools

It is not easy to bookmark all the devops blogs and resources and check for content updates.

I hear you!

Use services like feedly.com to syndicate all your favorite blogs in one place. You can categorize the feeds as per your needs. I use Feedly personally for my reading.

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The list ends here. I hope these resources help you out with understanding DevOps, evolving methodologies, and tools around it.

I’d like to hear from you.

Which Devops blog or resource in the list do you like the most?

Are you going to try any book?

Or maybe you read from blogs!

Either way, let me know by leaving a quick comment below.

List of DevOps Blogs and Resources