Tag: Site Reliability

Kia Ora from New Zealand

A forest scene showing vibrant moss in the foreground on a bright day, with dappled light from the trees in the background.

This month’s postcard is from Dunedin, where Cameron Kerr diagnoses client issues while advising on and implementing solutions that increase site resilience and performance. Read on to learn more about life in South Island, New Zealand, and what inspires and…

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Olà from Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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This month’s postcard is from a friendly town in Brazil where Site Reliability Consultant Joao Assis delivers request, conflict, and resolution assistance to cloud customers. Read on to learn more about his role, what he’s reading, and life in Brazil….

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Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving – Part Two

In part one of this mini-series, I wrote about how the old ways of systems administration is broken and shared a story from my personal experiences. Today I’ll be talking about how it’s evolved with Site Reliability Engineering (also known…

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Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving – Part One

The world of systems administration is changing, and it’s affecting everyone involved. Today’s blog post is the first of two in mini-series dedicated to Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving. The days of formulas that tell us, You need…

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