1 - Course Introduction
Course GoalsCourse Agenda
2 - Module 1: SRE Principles & Practices
What is Site Reliability Engineering?SRE & DevOps: What is the Difference?SRE Principles & Practices
3 - Module 2: Service Level Objectives & Error Budgets
Service Level Objectives (SLO’s)Error BudgetsError Budget Policies
4 - Module 3: Reducing Toil
What is Toil?Why is Toil Bad?Doing Something About Toil
5 - Module 4: Monitoring & Service Level Indicators
Service Level Indicators (SLI’s)MonitoringObservability
6 - Module 5: SRE Tools & Automation
Automation DefinedAutomation FocusHierarchy of Automation TypesSecure AutomationAutomation Tools
7 - Module 6: Anti-Fragility & Learning from Failure
Why Learn from FailureBenefits of Anti-FragilityShifting the Organizational Balance
8 - Module 7: Organizational Impact of SRE
Why Organizations Embrace SREPatterns for SRE AdoptionOn-Call NecessitiesBlameless Post-MortemsSRE & Scale
9 - Module 8: SRE, Other Frameworks, The Future
SRE & Other FrameworksThe Future
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
The target audience for the SRE Foundation course are professionals including.
Anyone starting or leading a move towards increased reliability.
Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches.
Business Managers, Business Stakeholders, Change Agents, Consultants, DevOps Practitioners, IT Directors, IT Managers, IT, Team Leaders, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Software Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Integrators, Tool Providers.