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Seth McCombs Nov 8
Hey everyone, due to issues in and out of my control, I am winding down my employment and looking for something ASAP. I know I'm posting this a lot but lemme know!
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Sahil Nov 3
So what do you need to know to be in or team: * Polyglot * Kafka * AWS/GCP * Kubernetes * Hashicorp tools * Jenkins * Elasticsearch * MySQL/PostreSQL/MariaDB * (ba)sh * EFK * Ansible * Networking * Redis/Memcache * Nginx/HAProxy * and everything falls in-between..
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VictorOps 👩‍💻👨‍💻 Nov 5
See how the four golden signals of are leading to principles that help teams build more resilient services quickly:
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NSA/CSS Aug 19
We recently sat down to discuss development, creativity, and the moonshot that is .
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Benjamin Pannell Oct 15
Come talk with the next generation of engineers at O'Reilly's Pub in Dublin, 19:00 Wednesday 15/10. Trinity College students would love to hear what you do and how to develop their skills to enable the same.
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Rafael Jesus Oct 17
I've recently changed the paging alert rule from the traditional "error rate >= threshold" to the "multiple burn rates" and I've noticed the page alert would have go off at least 4x last night w/ former method, pls change it now for better on-call shifts
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Jaakko Pallari Oct 24
The first Finland meetup will be in January in the offices. Feel free to join us!
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Emily Labram Oct 31
We've been using guidance from to get more proactive about reliability. Today we sat with developers to figure out the risks to our error budget *before* agreeing on a goal. FEELS GOOD. Thanks Liz!
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Rafael Jesus Oct 26
If you're heading an ops team, consider assembling a observability team. Don't underestimate the workload of providing and maintaining infrastructure for logs, monitoring, alerts, and traces
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NordcloudPL Oct 11
Yesss, we're hiring!📢 ➡️ Managed Cloud ➡️ Tech Lead ➡️ Data Engineer ➡️ DBA ➡️ Cloud-Native Developers ➡️ AWS/Azure/GCP Architects
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Alex Yates Oct 21
✅ Phoenix Project ✅ DevOps Handbook ✅ Accelerate ✅ Site Reliability Engineering What's the next most important book about / that I should read over Christmas?
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Jaakko Pallari Oct 18
A couple of colleagues of mine and I are starting a new meetup group for Site Reliability Engineering in Helsinki. Come join us! 😎
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Suhas Sreenivas 4h
Thanks for the low down on and to for making it happen! +1 to my winter reading list.
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prakya 3h
So, this happened! Yaay! Thank you, ! This was fun!
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Marco F. D. Oct 31
First law of SRE thermodynamics: complexity is not created nor destroyed, only transformed.
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Rinny Oct 22
EPA says they will NOT do partial SREs for 2019. So they will release FULL SRE’s worth of into 2020 market but proposed a rule to only compensate 2020 RVO with PARTIAL volumes. The definition of half-a$$ed! And will be interpretted DELIBERATE sabotage.
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Techopedia 11h
and are both widely used methods of software development. While they have a lot in common, they also have some important differences.
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Dean Wilson 22h
Blog Post: Magic Numbers and second guessing - why is 96% better than 95%?
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DevOps NG Oct 31
🤩🤩 8 days to go to the biggest conference in Nigeria. You can still join the waiting list on meetup just incase you missed out on a chance to save a seat.
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nathenharvey Oct 16
Has your team adopted Error Budgets? What are the consequences of overspending that budget?
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