SRE vs. DevOps: What are the Differences?
SRE and DevOps are closely related concepts, and many businesses can benefit from embracing both of them. Nonetheless, there are important distinctions between SRE and DevOps.
What is an SRE?
A comprehensive definition of SREs and Site Reliability Engineering, including what SREs do and what makes SREs different from other roles.
The Role of SREs in Observability
Although conversation about observability often ignores SREs, SREs have a central role to play in observability success.
You Do the Math: Reliability Issues Triggered by Math Errors
Even seemingly minor math bugs in software code can have outsize consequences.
Making Your On-call and Incident Management Program Stick
Maintenance of your incident management practice is as important as creation - find out what you can do to keep your engineering organization strong and consistent year over year.
How to Improve Upon Google’s Four Golden Signals of Monitoring
The Four Golden Signals of monitoring and observability get a lot of things right. But they could be even better.
Incident Management Goes to the Olympics
A look at outages and disruptions to the IT systems that power the Olympics, from 1996 to today.
The Unique Reliability Engineering Requirements of Microservices
Although the fundamental concepts of site reliability engineering are the same in any environment, SREs must adapt practices to different technologies, like microservices.
When You Do DevSecOps, Don’t Forget the SREs
It's time to break down the silos separating SREs from security engineers.