97 Things Every Sre Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts
Stolarsky, Emil, Woo, Jaime
- 出版商: O'Reilly
- 出版日期: 2020-12-15
- 售價: $1,430
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,359
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 252
- 裝訂: Quality Paper - also called trade paper
- ISBN: 1492081493
- ISBN-13: 9781492081494
When your system goes down, every minute means lost business and angry customers venting frustration on social media. You may be at wits' end, wishing you knew more about the problem. Enter site reliability engineering (SRE). This practical book takes you through actionable advice on a wide range of topics including how to adopt SRE, where DevOps and SRE overlap, and how monitoring and observability differ.
Editors Jaime Woo and Emil Stolarsky, cofounders of Incident Labs, have collected 97 concise and useful tips from various colleagues and fellow professionals to help you expand your SRE skills through trusted best practices and new approaches to knotty problems. You'll hone your SRE skills through sound advice, including how to ask thought-provoking questions that will drive the direction of the field.
- Learn how SRE relates to concepts including DevOps and resilience engineering
- Assess how SRE is implemented across companies of different sizes
- Implement foundational concepts of SRE, including SLOs, error budgets, incident response, game days, and post-mortems
- Build and scale an SRE team for your organization's changing needs
- Evaluate the progress of SRE adoption and strategies and relate them back to stakeholders
Emil Stolarsky is a site reliability engineer, who previously worked on caching, performance, & disaster recovery at Shopify and the internal Kubernetes platform at DigitalOcean. He is the program co-chair for SREcon EMEA 2019 and SREcon Americas West 2020, and contributed a chapter to the O'Reilly book "Seeking SRE."
Jaime Woo is an award-nominated writer, and is a frequent speaker at SREcon EMEA, Americas West, and Americas East. He spent three years as a molecular biologist, before working at DigitalOcean, Riot, and Shopify, where he launched the engineering communications function.