The Site Reliability Workbook ( epub / PDF ) ↠ Betsy Beyer

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Wn SRE practice no matter what size your company isYou'll learnHow to run reliable services in environments you don't completely control like cloudPractical applications of how to create monitor and run your services via Service Level ObjectivesHow to convert existing ops teams to SRE including how to dig out of operational overloadMethods for starting SRE from either greenfield or brownfie. great book about site reliability i never have read any book which covers the best in this domain it s clearly that you can only write the best book about what you are doing and Google is doing greatI enjoy the most with Post mortem chapter the way how to build SRE team and how to design scalability system The Chapter about Confiuration Philosophy is also great as well as the importance of reliabilityThe best ist about SLA SLO and SLI and it s deserve the main pillar of Site reliability Thank you very much

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The Site Reliability Workbook

In 2016 Google's Site Reliability Engineering book ignited an industry discussion on what it means to run production services today and why reliability considerations are fundamental to service design Now Google engineers who worked on that bestseller introduce The Site Reliability Workbook a hands on companion that uses concrete examples to show you how to put SRE principles and practices. Solid 45 starsSurprisingly good supplement to the original SRE book BUT be warned it s a workbook it s practical but it doesn t mean it tech based in fact it s conceptual tech agnostic Filled with many good examples coming not just from Google but from various but all well known organizationsWhat did I like most That it s tight to real life practices there s a full chapter on SLO another one on On Call duties Post Mortems etc Some are uite specific data processing one felt almost like out of place but some can be easily related to any case like configuration one btw I didn t expect to learn anything new here but actually I really like some conceptual figures when approaching this topic ones I didn t use beforeAnything I didn t like 3 final chapters need some work it s not just about polish it s like that they are not selling their goal properly IMHO it was like some tangle of thoughts that was in general hard not to agree with but did lack the clarity natural flow of previous onesStill it s a very decent book Highly recommended additionally book is currently for a limited time available for free not using this opportunity to educate yourself would be a sin

Betsy Beyer ↠ 6 REVIEW

To work in your environmentThis new workbook not only combines practical examples from Google's experiences but also provides case studies from Google's Cloud Platform customers who underwent this journey Evernote The Home Depot The New York Times and other companies outline hard won experiences of what worked for them and what didn'tDive into this workbook and learn how to flesh out your o. Excellent read with a lot of interesting ideas on how to change your organization into an SRE oriented structure There are a lot of methodologies and guides on how to achieve this as well as real world case studies both of which make the book much approachable than the first SRE book with its theoretical approach I found the 3rd part of the book Processes the most useful one and I consider it reason enough to read this book I wish I could have read the Identifying and recovering from overload chapter from it 3 or 4 years ago I was very happy to see that this book puts a strong focus on the well being of the people working in this field and makes it clear that burnout is an issue that is directly correlated to organizational issues


10 thoughts on “The Site Reliability Workbook

  1. says:

    Solid 45 starsSurprisingly good supplement to the original SRE book BUT be warned it's a workbook it's practical but it doesn't mean it tech based in fact it's conceptual tech agnostic Filled with many good examples coming

  2. says:

    More of this Google tech writings in this zone I read redundancy I feel exceptional writing style and discuss approach are covering for lack of original thought comparing to the first bookStill recommended read in some of my coaching sessions modern and high uality approaches right from the source Could live without it tho 😀

  3. says:

    Written by a bunch of my coworkers I really enjoyed this book Arguably much practical than the original SRE book I find myself sending folks chapters from this book far than the first

  4. says:

    This is a great book for those who want to learn about how to build a SRE team and the main concepts that need to be taken into consideration f

  5. says:

    This is the second book that Google published about SRE The first one explains the theories and principles of SRE and this book shows you how to implement SRE at any company startup and giantWhat is SRE?SRE is a job role a set of practices we’ve found to work and some beliefs that animate those practices If you think of DevOps as a philosophy and an approach to working you can argue that SRE implement some of

  6. says:

    Excellent read with a lot of interesting ideas on how to change your organization into an SRE oriented structure There are a lot of methodologies and guides on how to achieve this as well as real world case studies both of which make the book much approachable than the first SRE book with its theoretical approach I found the 3rd part of the book Processes the most useful one and I consider it reason enough t

  7. says:

    great book about site reliability i never have read any book which covers the best in this domain it's clearly that you can only write the best book about what you are doing and Google is doing greatI enjoy the mo

  8. says:

    Similar to the first book it is a worthy read and covers a lot of the best practices including extensive techniues for dealing with toil It also comes over as product placement advertising write your software in Go deploy it to GCP Despite that it is worth your time if you are in the IT industry

  9. says:

    Great workbook for SRE practises I like last few chapters where authors explain how change management might be done to implement SRE

  10. says:

    This was actually pretty practical