Today we talk with a real-live SRE, or Site Reliability Engineer, who works in an IT group that delivers applications using DevOps principles as part of their day-to-day work.
Our guest is James Quigley, SRE at Bloomberg. He and his team builds infrastructure and tooling for application and infrastructure teams to develop for the public cloud.
- Building a center of excellence with an IT organization
- DevOps as a corporate culture rather than just a title
- The relationship between SREs and software development
- Why you still need team members with deep, specialized expertise
- Walking through a project’s lifecycle
- Site reliability and responsibilities for business continuity and disaster recovery
- Whether Kubernetes is hype, real, or somewhere in between
- Favorite open source tools and scripting/programming languages
- Make life easier for application teams.
- Create self-service tooling for the application teams.
- Continuously improve your process based on feedback.
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@Quigley_Ja – James Quigley on Twitter
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