As there is no Site Reliability Engineering dedicated stackexchange, I found this to be closes one.
There are multiple great resources to use as inspiration for slidedeck about SRE principles [SRE slides].
Still I can't find :
- motivating spending resources to implement SRE in organisation.
Most what I experienced in my professional life were highly confidential cases and numbers. I am concerned that most numbers that SREs know, are to remain "internal" to be presented internally within corporations.
However, maybe you know some study, (preferably set of) nice examples of post-morthems (even one by one is good), from which we could make a strong arguments like "after introducing SRE model into organisation velocity of changes grown from n to m release pushes per x, with increase of availability by y and decrease of costs by z" (brainstorming) or other hard data points?
[SRE slides] - some examples:
- Site Reliability Engineering: An Enterprise Adoption Story (an ITSM Academy Webinar) by ITSM Academy, Inc.
- SRE From Scratch by Grier Johnson, Platform Engineer at Square
- GOTO 2017 • Site Reliability Engineering at Google • Christof Leng
P.S. If this question could be rephrased to fit better into this site guidelines, please provide me a suggestion in comment and give me a change to improve. Otherwise, I will appreciate other better platforms (However e.g. reddit.com/r/sre did not make great impression to me)