Literature references for “Designing Data-Intensive Applications”
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Designing Data-Intensive Applications

Literature References

This repository accompanies the book Designing Data-Intensive Applications by Martin Kleppmann, published by O'Reilly Media.

The book contains a large number of references to further reading material for anyone who wants to go into more depth, ranging from books and research papers to blog posts, bug reports and tweets. Many of the references are freely available online.

The purpose of this repository is to maintain up-to-date links to the full text of online resources, where available. If you are reading the print edition, you may find it quicker than using a search engine to find the material. If you are reading an ebook edition, we have included links directly in the ebook, but unfortunately links tend to break frequently due to the nature of the web.

If you find a broken link or any error in the references, please submit a pull request to fix it. For academic papers, you can search for the title in Google Scholar to find open-access PDF files.

Chapters

  1. References for Chapter 1
  2. References for Chapter 2
  3. References for Chapter 3
  4. References for Chapter 4
  5. References for Chapter 5
  6. References for Chapter 6
  7. References for Chapter 7
  8. References for Chapter 8
  9. References for Chapter 9
  10. References for Chapter 10
  11. References for Chapter 11
  12. References for Chapter 12

Maps

As an additional special touch, the book has a graphical table of contents for each chapter, drawn in the style of a geographic map. Each chapter is represented by an island in the sea of distributed data. We have also assembled the archipelago into a poster which you can download here:

License

Copyright (c) 2017 Martin Kleppmann.

Creative Commons License

You may freely use the material in this repository under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Thank you to Shabbir Diwan, Edie Freedman, Ron Bilodeau, and Marie Beaugureau for designing the maps, and to O'Reilly Media for supporting the project.