A pragmatic introduction to the Site Reliability Engineering implementation of DevOps
Red Hat Transformational Learning: Introduction to Pragmatic Site Reliability Engineering (TL112) teaches the vocabulary, concepts and cultural considerations required to prepare to adopt an implementation of DevOps referred to as Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). In this course, the history, definitions, and Red Hat specific take on this practice will be explored as the student prepares to continue the learning path of joining or implementing an SRE team.
Who should attend
- DevOps Practitioners
- System Administrators
- Software Developers
- There are no prerequisites for this course.
Impact on the organization
Organizations moving toward DevOps transformation may consider implementing practices defined in Site Reliability Engineering. This course provides the fundamental concepts and terminology required for teams to speak a common language and gain a shared understanding of how to implement SRE within their teams.
Impact on the individual
After successfully completing this course, a student will gain an understanding of Site Reliability Engineering and how it relates to their understanding of the role and fit within an organization. The student will be prepared to continue the Transformational Learning path.
- Introduction to Site Reliability Engineering
- Determining Operational Readiness
- Describing Toil and Implementing Automation
- Explaining and Calculating Error Budgets
- Explaining Incident Management
- Implementing Site Reliability Engineering