ITSM and ITIL

ITIL 4 Foundation Certification Book in the Works

Before the end of the year, you will be able to access my new book that I am currently working on – on ITIL 4 Foundation certification.

Since the ITIL 4’s launch, I have received several emails asking for an upgrade to my ITIL V3 Foundation book – Become ITIL Foundation Certified in 7 Days. I didn’t think I was going to refresh it, but when my publisher approached me, I changed my mind.

The new book will be called Become ITIL 4 Foundation Certified, going with my theme of getting a certification in 7 days while doing a full time job.

The book, although it clearly falls in a study guide category, it has two bonus chapters which is unique to books in this category.

  1. A chapter on DevOps which runs through all the major concepts including continuous integration and continuous delivery is included.
  2. A chapter on career advice and FAQs on ITIL based careers, especially in the age of DevOps and Digital.

I started writing this book earlier this month and I am working full steam to get this book out by August/September.

In the meantime, if you have any questions on ITIL 4 or its certification, fire away.

Just to let you know, ITIL V3 is not dead (yet). You can still get a certification and the framework by itself is evergreen as long as the area is pure service management and for DevOps projects, there’s always my book on adapting ITIL V3 for DevOps projects – Reinventing ITIL in the Age of DevOps.

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