Site Reliability Engineering is not a new concept nor a new term or role within the IT domain; born in 2003 by engineering teams at Google.  However, its significance has become critical in the age of DevOps and the Continuous Integration and Delivery methodology.  Wikipedia Defines Site Reliability Engineering As...
Previously we discussed the concept of Site Reliability Engineering, why it’s critical to Development Operations (DevOps) teams and how its impact will only grow given the new realities we’re all facing with COVID-19. In this instalment, let’s review how the current pandemic will only accelerate the need for automation. And, advancement...
As demand for greater and more flexible technology features has grown, so too has the pressure to meet the requests of an ever-demanding business and consumer culture – hungry for faster cycle times with greater feature sets.  As a result, the pressure to employ new methodologies such as Agile and Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) has replaced tried and...