Thursday, December 12, 2013

So, I wrote a book.

I wrote a book about OpenShift. I talked about it a little on twitter but didn't want to try and over sell it because I feel a little strange about too much self promotion. However, my publisher would really like to get some third party to feedback on it and requested that I post this so if you like reading tech books and writing your thoughts about it my publisher and I would appreciate the feedback.

Packt Publishing are offering free copies of Implementing OpenShift :  in exchange for a review either on your blog or on the title’s Amazon page.
Here’s the blurb:
  • Learn more about the cloud, it's different service models, and what each one means to their target audiences
  • Master the use of OpenShift Online through the command line, web interface, and IDE integrations
  • Understand the OpenShift architecture, breaking into how the open source Platform-as-a-Service works internally
  • Deploy an OpenShift Origin-based Platform-as-a-Service in your own environment using DevOps automation tools
Software Developers and DevOps who are interested in learning how to use the OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service for developing and deploying applications and doing much more with it, this is a good way to bag yourself a free guide (current retail price $12.74).
Limited number of Free review copies are available until 20th December 2013
If you’re interested, email Harleen Bagga at: