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  1. @johndud, it's safe, at least to date. But you could prove it yourself. Just download already shared files from the first post and compare their checksums with your copies.
  2. The next three books are very much a trilogy in Don and Jeff's approach to teaching PowerShell. Part 1 is their bestselling "Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches", the "pre-scripting" PowerShell book that covers the shell's inner workings, core patterns, and basic usage. Part 2 is "PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches", which covers the entry-level aspects of scripting, including the foundational narrative of "the right way" to build functions and tools. "The PowerShell Scripting and Toolmaking Book" picks up where they leave off, providing a rapid rundown of that "right way," and quickly moving into more "grown-up" scripting techniques, advanced approaches, data handling, and a lot more. Learn Windows PowerShell in a Month of Lunches (3rd edition) [Hidden Content] Learn PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches [Hidden Content] The PowerShell Scripting and Toolmaking Book (Forever Edition [2020-06-30]) [Hidden Content] See also: Adam Bertram - The Pester Book
  3. Added books 2.7 & 2.8, and a couple of bonuses. Take note that the 8th book is a work in progress. The authors have plans to add some other topics. Refer to the "this is not the end" section at the end of a book for more details.
  4. @vavik2007, you're welcome. As for part 3, unfortunately, I don't have it and didn't see it anywhere on public sites. Good luck in your search, and don't forget to share if you'd manage to find this course.
  5. The Pester Book: The All-in-One Guide to Understanding and Writing Tests for PowerShell [Hidden Content] See also: Don Jones & Jeff Hicks - PowerShell trilogy books
  6. @vavik2007 This iranian site used to be open for downloading by anyone. But you're the lucky one, as I didn't delete these files somehow. Updated links in my previous post.
  7. Copy the next string to your bittorrent client: [Hidden Content]
  8. Does anyone have this book, written by Dan McTeer & Bryan Krausen?
  9. Well, it wasn't easy, but I finally managed to download from these shitty file shares. Be quick and get it while this re-upload is alive. I'm now running out of free space, so I'll delete a local copy of this course once I'm done with it. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Added Ed Mastery & additional formats to several books
  11. CentOS isn't dead, more likely to become a beta for RHEL at the end of this year. Suitable for testing and labs, but a questionable choice in production environments. All hail Debian and its minions, "thanks" to greedy IBM.
  12. Could anyone help with re-uploading it to something more digestible, like Mega or torrent? [Hidden Content]
  13. Cloud Native with Kubernetes: Deploy, configure, and run modern cloud native applications on Kubernetes [Hidden Content]
  14. @Kamal007 Thanks for your efforts and sharing. But I do recommend cleaning up all personal data which could reveal your identity to Linux Foundation. Even the exam date could point copyright owners to you, and you would lose your precious cert. Read section 2 of the "Linux Foundation Global Certification and Confidentiality Agreement" for more info on possible consequences.
  15. That's it, folks. My Kubernetes posting spree is over for now. I've tried to amass here all worthy of note (in my opinion) books on the topic. Other publications either quite loosely coupled with Kubernetes or just too outdated to post them in this section. But I'll keep my eye on upcoming books. There're some tempting announcements from Manning & O'Reilly were made for spring and summer 2021.
  16. Books Note for books 2.0, 2.1, and 2.2 from Viktor's site: This book is based on very old technology and the code behind it is not maintained anymore. Note for books 2.4 & 2.6 from Viktor's site: This book was removed from sales and the repository with the manuscript (devops24, devops26) has been donated to the community. 2.0: Automating the Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Containerized Microservices [Hidden Content] 2.1: Docker Swarm [Hidden Content] 2.2: Self-Sufficient Docker Clusters [Hidden Content] 2.3: Kubernetes: Deploying and managing highly-available and fault-tolerant applications at scale [Hidden Content] 2.4: Continuous Deployment to Kubernetes [Hidden Content] 2.5: Monitoring, Logging, and Auto-Scaling Kubernetes [Hidden Content] 2.6: Jenkins X: Cloud-Native Kubernetes-First Continuous Delivery [Hidden Content] (2.7:) Kubernetes Chaos Engineering [Hidden Content] (2.8:) Catalog, Patterns, And Blueprints [Hidden Content] Book bonus: DevOps Paradox: The truth about DevOps by the people on the front line [Hidden Content] Videos Those aren't my but rutracker users' shares. Seed as long as you can to spread knowledge among the community. Kubernetes Chaos Engineering With Chaos Toolkit And Istio [Hidden Content] Canary Deployments To Kubernetes Using Istio and Friends [Hidden Content] DevOps Catalog, Patterns, And Blueprints Not yet leaked. Please, share if you have it. Video bonus: The DevOps Toolkit YouTube channel Visit: channel
  17. Jesse White & Jonathan Baier - Getting Started with Kubernetes: Extend your containerization strategy by orchestrating and managing large-scale container deployments (3rd edition) [Hidden Content]
  18. Added Beginning Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform
  19. Josh Patterson, Michael Katzenellenbogen, and Austin Harris - Kubeflow Operations Guide: Managing Cloud and On-Premise Deployment [Hidden Content]
  20. Narendranath Reddy Thota - Mastering Hyperledger Fabric: Master The Art of Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes [Hidden Content]
  21. Michele Sciabarra - Learning Apache OpenWhisk: Developing Open Serverless Solutions [Hidden Content]
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