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Code Ownership Is Key to Accelerate Debugging

Content By Devops .com App stability is a fundamental part of every app experience. Broadly speaking, app stability is a measurement of the number of total app sessions that are crash-free or the percentage of daily active users who do not experience an error. End...

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Survey Reveals Slight Decline in Level of SRE Toil

Content By Devops .com The amount of routine toil that site reliability engineers (SREs) perform declined slightly in the last year even though IT environments in general are becoming more complex to manage. An annual survey of 300 SREs conducted by Catchpoint, a provider of...

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Using Chaos Engineering to Build Resilient Systems

Content By Devops .com Over the past decade, chaos engineering has become one of the most popular approaches in DevOps. It’s uniquely adapted to complex cloud-based systems and has the potential to succeed where more conventional approaches may not. Chaos Engineering Explained Traditionally, DevOps teams...

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CloudBolt Adds Cloud Cost Tool to Hybrid Management Platform

Content By Devops .com CloudBolt Software this week added cost management capabilities for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure public clouds along with codeless integrations with additional platforms to its hybrid cloud management platform. Grant Ho, chief marketing officer for CloudBolt, said the Spring...

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Chicken Soup for the SLO

Content By Devops .com Since time immemorial, humans have struggled to communicate. From myth to the modern era, our most memorable stories often involve individuals or groups seeking to be understood in order to avoid conflict. Be it the biblical allegory of Babel to the...

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The Evolution of SRE and Developer Roles

Content By Devops .com As an industry, we’ve seen cultures and roles shift throughout IT teams — specifically, the role of ITOps site reliability engineers (SREs), various developer roles and the culture of DevOps. Most of these roles operated – or still operate – in...

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How to Spot SRE Adoption Barriers

Content By Devops .com It’s no secret that site reliability engineering (SRE) adoption is growing. The operating model, it seems, is pivotal for digital transformations across the enterprise. According to the Upskilling 2021: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report, 22% of respondents (up 7% from last year)...

Report: The State of DevOps Automation

Content By Devops .com In the race to accelerate digital transformation initiatives, organizations are encountering more incidents, more downtime, and longer resolution times. In fact, 90.4% of organizations saw an increase in incidents since the pandemic began, according to a recent Transposit report. In a...

Why Developers Should Care About Resilience

Content By Devops .com Recently, a friend reminded me of a joke we used to have when we were both developers at a huge software corporation (we won’t mention names, but back when printers were a thing, you probably owned one of theirs). We didn’t...

How the SRE Role Is Evolving

Content By Devops .com In recent years, site reliability engineering (SRE) has garnered much interest. In 2019, LinkedIn listed site reliability engineer as the second most promising job in the United States. Now, in 2021, the role continues to grow and evolve within many organizations....