DevOps vs. SRE? 4 Important Differences | Scalyr

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If you happen to know what SRE is, you might be wondering how it relates to DevOps. Well, let’s not beat around the bush. There’s no “versus”—there’s only a different approach for how to deliver better software faster.

Site Reliability Engineering – Wikipedia

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en.wikipedia.org Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a discipline that incorporates aspects of software engineering and applies them to infrastructure and operations problems. The main goals are to create scalable and highly reliable software systems. According to Ben Treynor, founder of Google‘s Site Reliability Team, SRE is “what happens when a software engineer is tasked with…

DevOps Versus SRE – DevOps.com

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devops.com Sunny Raskar Consider the following scenario. An Independent Software Provider (ISV) developed a financial application for a global investment firm that serves global conglomerates, leading central banks, asset managers, brokerage firms and governmental bodies. The development strategy for the application encompassed a thought through DevOps plan with cutting-edge agile tools. This has ensured zero…

10 Things You Need to Know About Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

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blog.newrelic.com If you want to be a site reliability engineer—or SRE, for short—it would certainly help to know exactly what people in that role actually do. Yet understanding that simple question can be a bit fuzzy even for veteran SREs, because the definition of the term is still so malleable. That’s actually a good thing,…

What Is a Site Reliability Engineer? Should You Become One?

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scalyr.com Although site reliability engineering has been around for a while, it has only recently gained fame in general software circles. But there are still a lot of questions as to what a site reliability engineer (SRE) is and does. Much of what we know comes from the book Site Reliability Engineering from Google. And…