The Unique Reliability Engineering Requirements of Microservices
Although the fundamental concepts of site reliability engineering are the same in any environment, SREs must adapt practices to different technologies, like microservices.
When You Do DevSecOps, Don’t Forget the SREs
It's time to break down the silos separating SREs from security engineers.
De-Siloing Incident Management: How to Make Reliability Engineering Everyone’s Job
4 best practices for breaking down silos and establishing a culture of shared responsibility toward reliability.
Rootly Announces $3.2 Million in Seed Funding from XYZ Venture Capital, 8VC, & Y Combinator
Rootly is on a mission to create a world where maintaining reliability is frictionless, delightful, and accessible to anyone. Making resolving and learning from incidents every organizations superpower.
The Incident Review: 4 Incidents in Outer Space
From network problems to computer failures, a variety of incidents can disrupt operations for systems in outer space.
7 Essential Tools for SREs
From chaos engineering to monitoring and beyond, SREs rely on several key types of tools to do their jobs.
Practical Guide to SRE: Incident Severity Levels
Incident severity levels are a measurement of the impact an incident has on the business. Classifying the severity of an issue is critical to decide how quickly and efficiently problems get resolved.
The Incident Review: 4 Times When Typos Brought Down Critical Systems
Sometimes, as these 4 incidents highlight, major failure results from a mere typo or configuration oversight.
Incident Management vs. Incident Response - What's the Difference?
What are the differences between incident management and incident response? The answer varies widely depending on whom you ask.