Due to the need to reduce downtime as systems scale, a new role is taking shape in many organisations: the site reliability engineer (SRE). Site reliability engineering is a cross-functional role, assuming responsibilities traditionally siloed off to development, operations, and other IT groups. The role’s utility is quickly becoming apparent to those organisations that have adopted it. So, where does that leave you?
Whether you’re still figuring out how to create a site reliability practice at your company or trying to improve the processes and habits of an existing SRE team, the more you know about the subject, the better. Download this ebook to learn about the philosophies, habits, and tools of successful SREs, as well as New Relic’s definition, guidelines, and expectations for the role.