Session Name: SRpfE - Site Reliability principles for Everyone
Site Reliability doesn't need to be a mysterious, black art practiced by mythical unicorns at the end of a rainbow. The principles of SRE practices can help all software engineering teams to deliver higher quality, more reliable software even without having a specialist team. This talk will cover the key principles involved in SRE work with the intent of enabling every engineer to understand and use them.
Kurt Andersen is the head of strategy for Blameless.com. Prior to that he was one of the leads for the Product-SRE organization at LinkedIn. Across the full spectrum of IT-influence, he is strongly committed to developing the best engineers and teams, and enabling them with the right ideas, tools, and connections at the right time. Kurt has been active in the anti-abuse and IETF standards communities for over 20 years. He has spoken at multiple conferences on various aspects of reliability, authentication, and security. He also serves on the USENIX Board of Directors and as liaison to the SREcon conferences worldwide.