Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) in the old-school kindergarten

Middle School

Elementary School

Figure 1. Dev, Ops, and DevOps.
Figure 2. Dev, Ops, DevOps, and SRE.

Kindergarten — Takeaways

  1. Allocate reliability requirements and concerns in a dedicated team, the SRE team;
  2. Use simple apparatus to handle reliability, namely SLO, error budget, and SLI;
  3. Use error budget to enact the capacity to influence the direction of the given organization, process, and product by the four teams, namely DEV, OPS, DEVOPS, and SRE. Recall the direction of the forces exerted by each team.





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