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The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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- ASIN : B078Y98RG8
- Editora : IT Revolution Press; 3ª edição (6 fevereiro 2018)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 4036 KB
- Leitura de texto : Habilitado
- Configuração de fonte : Habilitado
- X-Ray : Habilitado
- Dicas de vocabulário : Habilitado
- Número de páginas : 583 páginas
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 38,861 em Loja Kindle (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Loja Kindle)
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Em fim. O livro é muito bom. Por se tratar de uma história de ficção com personagens interessantes a leitura flui muito bem. A fluidez da leitura é semelhante ao do livro "A meta", que eu também recomendo. Não é um livro que vai te dar detalhes de como resolver os problemas da TI. Muita das soluções adotadas no livro não são tão simples de serem adotadas na vida real. Mas mesmo assim o livro enche o leitor de motivação para ajudar no desafio de promover mudanças em seu local de trabalho!
From the technical side of things it is a regular one. It showcases some good practices in the industry, but does so in such a shallow way that you more get to know the practices name than how to minimally implement it.
As a novel it bombs in every way. All characters are one sided, Operations does all the work, every other organisation within the Parts Unlimited corp is working against them. Everyone that learns anything in the story, learns through Bill's (our egocentric main character) knowledge. Bill in the other hand learns everything from Erik, a guru too good to be true and to be credible to the story.
The author also keep forcing analogies with Marines which is more irritating the helpful.
I thought it would be a boring book with a lot of technical content, but actually it brings a very interesting story of a new IT VP that accept the challange of adapting the IT area to this new technology and business landscape. During the story there are a lot of challanges rise and the IT VP has to reinvent himselgf to overcome those challanges.
Very recommended to people who wants to understand about the challanges of digital, the agility that is now required by the business and that is actually possible to adapt to this new reality.
Quem trabalhar com TI, terá momentos de puro deleite.
Para quem depende de TI, poderá entender porque eles demoram tanto para entregar os projetos tão esperados.
E para todos que se preocupam com a competitividade da empresa que lideram ou em que trabalham, boas idéias para trazer agilidade nas respostas aos negócios.
Os ensinamentos do livro são excelentes!
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With these realistic problems that no doubt face most of us the Pheonix Project lays out a number of tools and approaches that will lead the reader to think "damn, that's a good idea" or "that's an amazing way of looking at it". There's a moment in the book (I got it on kindle first, but now I have a physical copy that's getting the highlighter treatment) where one of the executives more or less goes "well dur well done you've figured it out" to which another goes, "well why didn't you think to explain this to everyone?" we often assume that the obvious is obvious to everyone, it's like a person watching poker on TV who can see everyone's cards going "well that outcome was obvious" clearly it wasn't to the people playing who couldn't see the cards.
All in all this book should be a must-read for everyone in IT or work with IT, it sets out the groundwork for implementing lean principles in IT and I wish I'd read it years ago. To be honest I think anyone with aspirations to help improve workflow through an organisation should read this, and the Goal and then sit down and think about the lessons presented within.
The story follows the life of the newly promoted IT Manager who is tasked with solving these problems and while tackling the issues he learns about DevOps. I found the book itself to be a very entertaining read and the concepts introduced both made sense withing the context of the story and reflect the real world issues a lot of us face as well.
The book does have a somewhat "accelerated" rate of adoption within the company, most real world scenarios would probably take considerably longer and be much more of a struggle with considerable more meeting - however I doubt many people who be enthralled by that. The story pacing certainly benefits from this approach.
The comparisons between IT and a typical manufacturing plant makes understanding the concepts underlying DevOps easier than speaking about them in the usual IT language.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who works in an IT / DevOps environment and wants an enjoyable read that also helps with the daily job.
I'm not depressed at all, no I'm fine. Really. Thanks. *inaudible weeping*
From the frantic mess of the SAN upgrade (apparently) fighting the Payroll run in the opening section (we've all been there, done that, got the tee shirt <that is, if we are to be really honest with ourselves, folks, eh?>), to Brent and his knowledge of everything, with nothing documented.......
I grimaced at the developer who'd had to do a rushed change that broke, gone on holiday, and no-one knew. We all know that one.....
Its a gripping read, though understanding the mindset of Erik the guru is hard at times, and I'd have liked a little more domestic background.