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ONLINE: SRE Part 3
April 14, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a ‘SRE-ious’ movement that breaks down the traditional barriers and ends the age-old battles between Development & Operations teams. SRE essentially creates a hybrid role that tries to maintain an equilibrium between developing new features and running production systems reliably.
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This is a 3-part webinar series that attempts to explore SRE from its origins, an insight into its specific terminology to its current evolution as a standard to maintain or run production systems. Each part either tries to answer a series of questions or explores a set of inter-related topics – in an attempt to go in-depth and provide an overall picture
Part 3 – SRE – Processes and Best Practices → This part discusses SRE best practices and the various management challenges involved in introducing SRE as a consistent culture within an organization. This includes dealing with challenges such as:
- On-boarding Site Reliability Engineers
- Managing and recovering from operational load
- Effective communication and collaboration in SRE
- Defining SRE Engagement Model
Sessions in this series…
- Mar 31 – Site Reliability Engineering Part 1
- Apr 9 – Site Reliability Engineering Part 2
- Apr 14 – Site Reliability Engineering Part 3
About the Presenter
Sandeep Madamanchi is currently working as Director in R&D division at Manhattan Associates and heads the Productivity Engineering & Tooling team. Sandeep has been with Manhattan Associates from 2007 and worked in various capacities as a Business Analyst, Design Lead, Development Manager and Performance Engineering Lead. Sandeep is currently passionate about cloud technologies and he is a certified GCP & AWS Architect. In his current role, Sandeep is responsible to provide cloud platform infrastructure support to R&D team for internal development, automate repetitive tasks and innovate new tools to increase productivity. Sandeep is also passionate about sharing knowledge and has published articles on topics related to Docker, Kubernetes, GCP services etc. with popular publications on medium. You can follow Sandeep’s articles on medium at https://firstname.lastname@example.org and also follow on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandeep-madamanchi-51aaa810