Doing Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) the right way - session 1

Doing Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) the right way - session 1

Creating the SRE organization and teams in your company

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is an expensive proposition for small and large organizations alike. You can mitigate the costs by:

  1. Setting up the right organizational structure for SRE
  2. Hiring for the right team composition
  3. Building the SRE culture

Piyush Verma, co-founder of Last9 Inc shares practical insights and wisdom, from accumulated successful and not-so-successful experiences.

Who should participate:
1. CTOs and VPs who are thinking of building SRE organizations.
2. Site Reliability Engineers themselves who have thoughts/opinions on org/team structures.

To make the most of this session:
1. Register in advance. Zoom link will only be shared with registered participants.
2. Post your questions/comments on the Comments tab on this page.

For details and inquiries, contact rootconf.editorial@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is an expensive proposition for small and large organizations alike. You can mitigate the costs by:

  1. Setting up the right organizational structure for SRE
  2. Hiring for the right team composition
  3. Building the SRE culture

Piyush Verma, co-founder of Last9 Inc shares practical insights and wisdom, from accumulated successful and not-so-successful experiences.

Who should participate:
1. CTOs and VPs who are thinking of building SRE organizations.
2. Site Reliability Engineers themselves who have thoughts/opinions on org/team structures.

To make the most of this session:
1. Register in advance. Zoom link will only be shared with registered participants.
2. Post your questions/comments on the Comments tab on this page.

For details and inquiries, contact rootconf.editorial@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020

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Doing SRE the right way: building organizational structures, team, capacity and culture

Piyush Verma

2 hours17 June 2020

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