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This ticket will describe some details about a future bcc/eBPF book.
Q) Who will write it?
Q) What will it cover?
Q) Who is the audience?
Q) What is the current status?
Many of you already know what's going on as I've spoken about it at conferences and in meetings (there are also 40 people involved in this book: thanks for all the help). To provide a quick update here:
Author: Brendan Gregg
Since bpftrace has been the winning higher-lever front-end, it must cover it as well, however, we're still finalizing the API. We can't publish until that's in good enough shape to commit to print.
Title: TBD. It's about using BPF for performance analysis and observability.
Looking forward to it…
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