No matter how you define it, the Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) role is clearly expanding into more and more companies. To be effective in this new role, SREs must possess a depth of understanding of how different systems work together, how they fail, how they can be improved, and how they can best be designed and monitored.
Whether you’re still figuring out how to create a site reliability practice at your company or you’re trying to improve the processes and habits of an existing SRE team, join New Relic’s Sr. Software Engineer, Beth Long, as she discusses:
The principles and philosophy behind Site Reliability Engineers
How you can be a successful Site Reliability Engineer
What tools and processes to use
How we define the SRE role at New Relic