I’m sure you need a resolution for 2014 to read more books about technology! If that happens to be one on your list, here are few that might interest you.
- FREE eBook – Introducing Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Technical Overview by Mitch Tulloch with Symon Perriman and the System Center Team. Read more about it at the Microsoft Press blog. This is also available in print format from Amazon, but you’ll need to pay for that.
- Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators by Edward Horley. Due out by the end of December, you can currently pre-order this title. The Kindle version should be available in January.
- In early Spring, look for the release of Networking for VMware Administrators, by Chris Wahl and Steven Panto. While geared toward folks who work with VMware vSphere, I think it’s valuable to be able to understand virtual networking concepts and how they are used by various vendors, even if you aren’t a VMware shop. Estimated at about 350 pages, this isn’t going to be very light reading!
Do you have any reading recommendations? What’s on your list for 2014?