Course Outline

Course Introduction

  • Course Goals
  • Course Agenda

Module 1: SRE Principles & Practices

  • What is Site Reliability Engineering?
  • SRE & DevOps: What is the Difference?
  • SRE Principles & Practices

Module 2: Service Level Objectives & Error Budgets

  • Service Level Objectives (SLO’s)
  • Error Budgets
  • Error Budget Policies

Module 3: Reducing Toil

  • What is Toil?
  • Why is Toil Bad?
  • Doing Something About Toil

Module 4: Monitoring & Service Level Indicators

  • Service Level Indicators (SLI’s)
  • Monitoring
  • Observability

Module 5: SRE Tools & Automation

  • Automation Defined
  • Automation Focus
  • Hierarchy of Automation Types
  • Secure Automation
  • Automation Tools

Module 6: Anti-Fragility & Learning from Failure

  • Why Learn from Failure
  • Benefits of Anti-Fragility
  • Shifting the Organizational Balance

Module 7: Organizational Impact of SRE

  • Why Organizations Embrace SRE
  • Patterns for SRE Adoption
  • On-Call Necessities
  • Blameless Post-Mortems
  • SRE & Scale

Module 8: SRE, Other Frameworks, The Future

  • SRE & Other Frameworks
  • The Future

Additional Sources of Information

Exam Preparations

  • Exam Requirements, Question Weighting, and Terminology List 
  • Sample Exam Review

Requirements

PREREQUISITES

An understanding and knowledge of common DevOps terminology and concepts and related work experience are recommended.

 

AUDIENCE 

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
 14 Hours

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