Categorizing the challenges and duties of your trusted friend, the site reliability engineer (SRE). From Snyk Ambassador Keith McDuffee, DevSecOps and founder of StackRef.com. “What’s the difference between a DevOps engineer and a site reliability engineer?” It’s a question I hear all the time — and one I’ve heard (and sometimes asked) in job interviews. But is there a correct answer? It all depends on who you ask.
Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) face very complicated problems every day. Our team at Bionic has recently been speaking with a lot of SRE leaders and learning about the ongoing challenges they face daily such as: A common response in these situations is that documentation needs to be more complete and up to date, which is not the best answer. Keeping documentation manually updated in a modern CI/CD pipeline does not scale.
A new API integration for Humio and Fylamynt helps joint customers improve the efficiency of their cloud operations teams by automating repetitive and manual operations tasks. Fylamynt, a low-code platform that delivers a developer’s approach to ITOps with site reliability engineering (SRE), works with Humio to empower faster response times to critical operational issues, reduce human error and increase productivity so DevOps teams can focus on adding value through innovation.