ONLINE: Site Reliability Engineering Part 1
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a ‘SRE-ious’ movement that breaks down the traditional barriers and ends the age-old battles between Development & Operations teams. SRE essentially creates a hybrid role that tries to maintain an equilibrium between developing new features and running production systems reliably.
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This is a 3 part webinar series that attempts to explore SRE from its origins, an insight into its specific terminology to its current evolution as a standard to maintain or run production systems. Each part either tries to answer a series of questions or explores a set of inter-related topics – in an attempt to go in-depth and provide an overall picture
Part 1 – SRE – Introduction ? This part aims at introducing SRE fundamentals by answering a series of questions
- What is SRE? Is SRE different from DevOps? Are they competing standards?
- Reliability vs Availability? How are they measured?
- What are the essential tools of SRE? What is toil?
- How to calculate toil and how to eliminate toil? How does Automation fit into SRE?
- Measuring vs Monitoring vs Alerting – How are they different?