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Questions tagged [sre]

For questions about Site Reliability Engineering (=SRE).

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How can I convince someone that 100% reliability is not the right target for anything?

It's a fundamental principle of DevOps and SRE that failure is normal and setting a goal of perfect reliability is misguided. But sometimes IT execs and business leaders push back on the idea. They ...
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SRE Role at Google [closed]

I want to work at Google some day. What are the tools an SRE should really know before applying at Google? What are the things to expect on an SRE interview? System Design knowledge is required? Do I ...
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How do you write an SLO for a service when higher reliability is needed only during special events? [closed]

Special events such as BFCM (Black Friday / Cyber Monday).
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Datapoints motivating introduction of SRE in organisation

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 ...
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DevOps vs SRE vs Production Support Engineers

DevOps primarily focuses on Delivery Speed and SRE focuses on Reliability in production but where does Production Support Engineers fit who also focuses on production monitoring, alerting, performance,...
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Who is responsible for running and maintaining shared services in DevOps

As a member of a small agile development team developing an application heavily relying on Kafka I wonder what implications the DevOps paradigm of You build it, you run it has regarding running and ...
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What is the difference between the traditional Development and Operations Model and Site Reliability Engineering?

"SRE is what happens when you ask a software engineer to design an operations team." – Site Reliability Engineering Since Google's Site Reliability Engineering Book was released, on more than one ...
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What processes or tools enable Segregation of Duties when engineers both deploy and run code?

In highly regulated environments, such as the Financial Services sector, Segregation of Duties is an essential mechanism for avoiding collision amongst individuals with development responsibilities ...
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What is the difference between SRE and DevOps?

What is the difference between SRE and DevOps? Site Reliability Engineering and Development Operations seem to overlap a lot in detail. How do I know which group is responsible for what, and how do I ...