OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook Paperback – 25 Sep 2012
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Kevin Jackson is married, with three children. He is an experienced IT professional working with small businesses and online enterprises. He has extensive experience with various flavors of Linux and Unix. He specializes in web and cloud infrastructure technologies for Trader Media Group.
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The book uses down to earth language in it's style and is easy to follow with no contradicting terms.
One word of warning.... everything written for an audience of Linux/Unix users, but don't let that put you off.
In the Slideshare presentation describing use of OpenStack at CERN Tim Bell recommends this book (slide 20 - Buy the book rather than Guru mentoring) .. and supplement by following mailing lists and participating in the OpenStack community .. and / or obtaining Enterprise support.
[...] That in my opinion is probably as good a recommendation as a book can get. I will, nevertheless, in this "little review" try and convey something of the "flavour" of the book and why I, in particular like it. The company I work for , First Technology Transfer, seems to be coping with the recession currently, despite the pathetic lack of help from the "Tory and Liberal public school and Oxbridge elite currently attempting to run this little island" for small and medium sized businesses, and even less help from the, oh so socially minded, banks, by being able to develop and deliver advanced highly tailored course that, typically, span multiple subjects e.g. in the case of OpenStack .. how might it be used together with Nginx and Python. [Well that's enough of the political soap boxing ... back to the book review]. Technical books such as those published by companies such as Packt are very helpful to us. They often can provide insights and ideas that we can merge with other reference materials and with some of our other course modules.Read more ›