9:30 AM CST/ 10:30 PM SGT/ 8:00 PM IST
In 2021, the term Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) has quickly been growing in the IT Services and DevOps domains. It might be the first time that you are hearing about SRE, you might want to learn something about the basic ideas and concepts. In this webinar, you will learn the best practices of SRE which are shared by industry experts. Introduction to the principles & practices that enable an organization to reliably and economically scale critical services.
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.
What you Will Learn in this Webinar:
1. Best practices for Site Reliability Engineer
2. How to increase customer reliability
3. What to avoid in Site Reliability Engineering.
4. Q&A Session with Indsutry Expert.
SRE, Customer Reliability Engineering
Following a global interest in technology, Yuri Grinshteyn has more than 20 Years of experience in Technology and is currently associated with Google as an SRE, Customer Reliability Engineering. He loves the way it solves business, customer, and world problems. And He works to help customers understand how it can be used to solve problems faced by their businesses.
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