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Web Operations: Keeping the Data On Time: John Allspaw, Jesse Robbins

Web Operations: Keeping the Data On Time

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A web application involves many specialists, but it takes people in web ops to ensure that everything works together throughout an application's lifetime. It's the expertise you need when your start-up gets an unexpected spike in web traffic, or when a new feature causes your mature application to fail. In this collection of essays and interviews, web veterans such as Theo Schlossnagle, Baron Schwartz, and Alistair Croll offer insights into this evolving field. You'll learn stories from the trenches--from builders of some of the biggest sites on the Web--on what's necessary to help a site thrive.

Learn the skills needed in web operations, and why they're gained through experience rather than schoolingUnderstand why it's important to gather metrics from both your application and infrastructureConsider common approaches to database architectures and the pitfalls that come with increasing scaleLearn how to handle the human side of outages and degradationsFind out how one company avoided disaster after a huge traffic delugeDiscover what went wrong after a problem occurs, and how to prevent it from happening again
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Better: A Surgeon's Notes on Performance - Atul Gawande - Books - Review - New York Times

Better: A Surgeon's Notes on Performance - Atul Gawande - Books - Review - New York Times | Reading List | Scoop.it
Why the best doctors are so good, and how the rest can learn to improve.
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Book review: The Phoenix Project

Book review: The Phoenix Project | Reading List | Scoop.it
Read about an IT department that is constantly putting out fires and putting out spaghetti code, while the business is consistently falling behind their competitors. And then see what they did to turn it around.
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