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Database Reliability Engineering: Designing and Operating Resilient Database Systems

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The infrastructure-as-code revolution in IT is also affecting database administration. With this practical book, developers, system administrators, and junior to mid-level DBAs will learn how the modern practice of site reliability engineering applies to the craft of database architecture and operations. Authors Laine Campbell and Charity Majors provide a framework for

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Kindle Edition, 294 pages
Published October 26th 2017 by O'Reilly Media
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Alex Lurthu
Jan 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Must read for anyone working on data stores and data platforms. A perfect blueprint to build a great DBSRE team.
Mattia Alfieri
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Must read for every Software Engineer working with databases. Running Database systems in production can be a daunting task, Charity Majors and Laine Campbell did a great job at pointing out good and bad practices.
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Jul 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
An excellent overview of the pointier parts of operations and possibility one of the best introductions on the topic. An easy read, with coherent and practical advice.
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I've only read a selection of chapters most relevant to me. While the breadth of those chapters is very complete, a few practical examples (e.g. versioning, ...) would add more depth to the content.
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Some great insights, recommended also for developers and other non-DBA/DBREs alike.
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