Introduction to Site Reliability Engineering: How to Start & Practical Guidelines

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Stephanie Hippo explains the technical, business, and practical aspects of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) at the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Telework, remote education, eCommerce, entertainment, and other daily life activities increasingly depend on public cloud services. Traditional operational roles don't provide the combination of compute, storage, and networking architecture and instrumentation experience required to keep these shared infrastructures working at scale, so engineers at Google Cloud Platform coined the phrase "Site Reliability Engineer" to describe this new uptime-focused engineering discipline.

Now all major public cloud providers - including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure - employ SRE's to achieve their availability goals.

In this talk, you will learn what it is to be an SRE, how to get started as one, and what it looks like in practice. Whether you aspire to become an SRE, develop applications that run on public clouds, or just want to appreciate the work that goes into keeping these massive engineering marvels running, you'll want to join this talk.

Stephanie Hippo explains the technical, business, and practical aspects of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) at the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

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