Moving from monolith to microservices, it is necessary to build a successful SRE organization that will help to obtain a high goal of 5 nines for the organization’s services. It is impossible to make this journey successful without taking extra steps and without building an additional set of tools.
Bringing his experiences from RingCentral, a telephony company offering multiple types of communication-as-a-service products, Yuri will walk through the transformation of RingCentral’s services from “monolith application” to multiple micro services while maintaining service reliability.
Hi talk will address the company’s DevOps culture and how it impacts everyday activities like monitoring and log collection, API traces and mesh control, alert processing and change requests, and NOC.
Yuri will join us at IMPACT on February 21stfrom 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm PT.
Yuri Ardulov, Principal System Architect, RingCentral
Yuri Ardulov a Principal System Architect who works with all of the technical leaders to move forward with the new technologies, maintain current state of the art and evolve company to the new level. After spending last 20+ years working in different SAAS companies, Yuri knows how to organize service with five nines availability, how to make it efficient, manageable and reliable and how to organize effective collaboration between engineering and operations.
Yuri has garnered SAAS offerings in the many famous companies in Silicon Valley, including WebEx, Cisco, eBay and Ringcentral.
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