My Books

I love IT books. They’ve been a massive influence in my IT career. So it’s only right that I give something back…

Below you’ll find a list of books I’ve written.

Docker for Sysadmins

Docker for Sysadmins: Linux Windows VMware

 

Data Storage Networking

9 thoughts on “My Books

  1. kellock irvin

    Nigel, what’s going on – I work with Kaminario. Would love to chat –please shoot me back an email or a phone number when you get a chance

    Thanks!
    kirvin@launchsquad.com

  2. Subba Kodavalla

    Hi Nigel,
    I have just started to read your book and am impressed with the flow and content. I believe that this comes from experience.

    A small observation. In the RAID Concepts chapter, “Microsoft Storage Spaces” has been described – same content – in 2 places – on page 132 & 134. Was this intentional?

    With Best Wishes,
    Subba

  3. Arshad

    Enjoyed and learnt from your PluralSight Linux Storage Fundamentals. THANKS

  4. Seb

    Hi Nigel
    I just wanted to say that I love your book. Not only meaning the technical deepness and didactical awesomeness, no, I truly like the way you’re writing! (And that’s some big compliment, minding that I am not very versed with the english language)

    Things like this, make the whole book worth to read (technically and literary):

    “Snapshots are not backups! Take this statement, burn this into your brain, RAID protect it with at least double parity, and pin it to the high-performance cache of your brain so that it is always there for quick recall!”

    Such statements made me the first time really (and I mean really) enjoy a technical book! I had to laugh hard and I’m confident that i will never mistake a backup with a snaphot… 😀

    So I want to thank you for this great piece of work, I really appreciate it!

    Greez
    Seb

  5. Arrey

    Hello Nigel,

    I am a big fan of your Linux videos on pluralsight. I am like a super Linux guy at my job due to your awesome training. I was wondering though, will you be clobbering RHEL6 with RHEL7 ?

    I mean things like :

    1. systemd
    2. journald
    3. xfs
    4. Network Manager
    5. Grub2
    6. Rescue Modes
    7. NTP (chrony)
    8. Docker.

    It will be awesome to have this knowledge from you.

    Thanks always for the great courses.

  6. Bassem

    Hellooo Nigel,
    and great welcome to the great book Data Storage Networking to my life and bookshelf, it’s really a great book i’m reading Thank you storage very much -:)
    In addition to that all of your Pluralsight training videos are awesome.

    Thank you

  7. Sophia

    Hi Nigel
    I saw the “Red Hat Enterprise Linx Storage Fundamentals” and “Red Hat Enterprise 6 Booting and Run Level”.
    I must say I realy realy enjoyed them and the way you learn is very simple and when you explain about it , every body can underestand the meaning well.
    Thank you very much for your teaching well .

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