Free e-books for “Dummies” a comprehensive list for newbies.

This list has been the work of many of my colleagues and I wanted to share this list with people to start a growing list of free e-books that vendors have contributed to the IT eco-system. Thanks to all these talented engineers and vendors for sharing their internal wisdom.. I hope you guys benefit and let me know what you think.

Please be aware that views maybe slanted towards the vendor’s solution. So, have one eye toward skepticism and another on curiosity.

Advanced Threat Protection for Dummies

Advanced Evasion Techniques for Dummies

Agile for Dummies

Application Aware Storage for Dummies

Archiving for Dummies

Backup for Dummies

Big Data Analytics for Dummies

Cloud Architecture for Dummies

Cloud Services for Dummies

CRM for Dummies

DevOps for Dummies

Enterprise Agile for Dummies

Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure

Enterprise Mobility for Dummies

Flash Storage for Dummies

Hadoop for Dummies

HP Virtual Connect for Dummies

HP Virtual Connect for Dummies®

Hybrid Cloud for Dummies

IT Policy Compliance for Dummies

IT Security for Dummies

Modern Malware for Dummies

Network Security in Virtualized Data Centers

Next-Generation Firewalls for Dummies

Operational Decision Management for Dummies

PCI Compliance for Dummies

Process Intelligence for Dummies

Process-Driven Master Data Management for Dummies

Rapid Application Development for Dummies

SOA Adoption for Dummies

Server Virtualisation for Dummies

Service Virtualization for Dummies

Software Defined Data Centers for Dummies

Software Defined Storage for Dummies

Storage Virtualization for Dummies

Systems Engineering for Dummies

Unified Threat Management for Dummies

Unified Storage for Dummies

Virtual Learning for Dummies

Virtualization for Dummies

Vulnerability Management for Dummies

Web Application Security for Dummies

Powershell 4.0 for Newbies


Microsoft Free e-books

Microsoft Blogs for e-books

Rapid Application Development

Enterprise NoSQL

I’m sure there are more out in the wild and if you would like to contribute to this list please feel free to add a thread . I would prefer they point to the vendors or whomever the contributor is vs. a shared folder because we should give credit where credit is due.

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