Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

Create Ultra-Scalable and Highly Reliable Software Systems

Although performance and reliability are top priorities, IT Ops teams struggle to keep up with the complexity and scale of new modern software applications. They need help. Enter, the Site Reliability Engineer (SRE). SRE combines IT Ops roles of architect, tools developer, and operations into one.

The Latest SRE News & Info

Why SREs are Protectors of the User Experience

Being a site reliability engineer isn’t easy. As described by Andrew Widdowson, “it’s like being a part of the world’s most intense...

Site Reliability Engineering Is a Kind of Magic

A site reliability engineer (SRE) can be considered the IT equivalent of a wizard, or as Andrew Widdowson, an SRE at Google,...

What is SRE?

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a discipline that incorporates aspects of software engineering and applies that to IT operations problems. The main...

AIOps: Helping SREs Predict the Future?

As a kid I grew up reading a lot of science fiction. My forbearing parents used to let me take out from...

How AI is Helping Site Reliability Engineers Automate Incident Response

In this AIOps webcast, Kieran Taylor, Head of AIOps Product Marketing for the Enterprise Software Division at Broadcom is joined by...
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RACE to AIOps

RACE: Remediate. Automate. Correlate. Experience. This video highlights how AIOps can help our...
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How the New Role of Site Reliability Engineer is redefining Operations in a DevOps World

Kieran Taylor sits down with Todd Palino – Senior Staff Engineer, Site Reliability at LinkedIn. Watch Video

Fusing Dev and IT Ops Skills as an SRE for LinkedIn: Interview with Todd Palino

Most businesses might not have a Site Reliability Engineer now, but Todd Palino insists many companies will want...