Creating Chaos to Achieve Reliability
How can creating chaos achieve better reliability? Chaos and reliability might seem mutually exclusive, but through the use of Chaos Engineering, SREs can bring about meaningful changes to system resiliency.
Should You Be an SRE or a DevOps Engineer?
SREs may have better long-term job prospects, but DevOps might be an easier career to pursue.
How Would an SRE Conduct a Postmortem on the Suez Canal Incident?
The Suez Canal has been big news over the last couple of weeks. We wondered how a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) might conduct a postmortem on what happened with the Ever Given, and what that might mean if a comparable incident occurred at a modern tech company.
How SREs Can React to COVID-19's Impact on Incident Management
By adding new complexity to reliability engineering and making physical war rooms a thing of the past, COVID-19 has imposed permanent changes on incident management. Here’s how SREs can respond.