Rootconf 2019

On infrastructure security, DevOps and distributed systems.

SRE Approach to Supporting Products as a PaaS Internally

Submitted by Akshat Goyal (@aksg) (proposing) on Jun 12, 2019

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Section: Birds Of Feather (BOF) session Technical level: Intermediate Session type: Discussion Section: Birds Of Feather (BOF) Session Technical level: Intermediate Status: Confirmed & scheduled

Abstract

Open discussion on solving the challenge of building common SRE principles and tools to support multi dozen uniquely configured product environments.
We’ll discussion about implementing correlation and principles to improve automation and the quality of products. Building everything-as-a-service internally to homogenize workloads and toolchain. Comparing the short term and long term tradeoffs of this approach.

Outline

Open discussion on solving the challenge of building common SRE principles and tools to support multi dozen uniquely configured product environments.
We’ll discuss about implementing correlation and principles to improve automation and the quality of products. Building everything-as-a-service internally to homogenize workloads and toolchain. Comparing the short term and long term tradeoffs of this approach.

Requirements

While the discussions would be intermediate in nature and fairly generic, it’ll help the discussion if the participants meet atleast one of the following criteria:

  1. Are currently working in an SRE function at their current company
  2. Have experience working on software deployments/operations and/or DevOps
  3. Have hands on experience with maintaining large scale software systems

The participants don’t need to bring their machines. Just their attention would be enough.

Speaker bio

Piyush Verma, Jaideep Khandelwal, Mohan Dutt

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