GoodReads Summary: All complex computer systems eventually break, despite all of the heavy-handed, bureaucratic change-management processes we throw at them. But some systems are clearly more fragile than others, depending on how well they cope with stress. In this O’Reilly report, Dave Zwieback explains how the DevOps methodology can help make your system antifragile.
Not really a book, just a paper. But a badly constructed paper.
It doesn't describe what an "antifragile system" is in deep (ok, it's a paper); lists only two examples of antifragile systems; focus too much on devops.
Sadly, nothing useful -- something you can take with you and use when building your own system or leading your team -- in this.