- Paperback: 552 pages
- Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA (8 April 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781491929124
- ISBN-13: 978-1491929124
- ASIN: 149192912X
- Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 2.8 x 23.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
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About the Author
Niall Murphy leads the Ads Site Reliability Engineering team at Google Ireland. He has been involved in the Internet industry for about 20 years, and is currently chairperson of INEX, Ireland's peering hub. He is the author or coauthor of a number of technical papers and/or books, including "IPv6 Network Administration" for O'Reilly, and a number of RFCs. He is currently cowriting a history of the Internet in Ireland, and is the holder of degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Poetry Studies, which is surely some kind of mistake. He lives in Dublin with his wife and two sons.
Betsy Beyer is a Technical Writer for Google Site Reliability Engineering in NYC. She has previously written documentation for Google Datacenters and Hardware Operations teams. Before moving to New York, Betsy was a lecturer on technical writing at Stanford University.
Chris Jones is a Site Reliability Engineer for Google App Engine, a cloud platform-as-a-service product serving over 28 billion requests per day. Based in San Francisco, he has previously been responsible for the care and feeding of Google's advertising statistics, data warehousing, and customer support systems. In other lives, Chris has worked in academic IT, analyzed data for political campaigns, and engaged in some light BSD kernel hacking, picking up degrees in Computer Engineering, Economics, and Technology Policy along the way. He's also a licensed professional engineer.
Jennifer Petoff is a Program Manager for Google's Site Reliability Engineering team and based in Dublin, Ireland. She has managed large global projects across wide-ranging domains including scientific research, engineering, human resources, and advertising operations. Jennifer joined Google after spending eight years in the chemical industry. She holds a PhD in Chemistry from Stanford University and a BS in Chemistry and a BA in Psychology from the University of Rochester.
From the Publisher
This book is divided into four sections:
- Introduction—Learn what site reliability engineering is and why it differs from conventional IT industry practices
- Principles—Examine the patterns, behaviors, and areas of concern that influence the work of a site reliability engineer (SRE)
- Practices—Understand the theory and practice of an SRE’s day-to-day work: building and operating large distributed computing systems
- Management—Explore Google's best practices for training, communication, and meetings that your organization can use
How to Read This Book
This book is a series of essays written by members and alumni of Google’s Site Reliability Engineering organization. It’s much more like conference proceedings than it is like a standard book by an author or a small number of authors. Each chapter is intended to be read as a part of a coherent whole, but a good deal can be gained by reading on whatever subject particularly interests you. (If there are other articles that support or inform the text, we reference them so you can follow up accordingly.)
You don’t need to read in any particular order, though we’d suggest at least starting with Chapters 2 and 3, which describe Google’s production environment and outline how SRE approaches risk, respectively. (Risk is, in many ways, the key quality of our profession.) Reading cover-to-cover is, of course, also useful and possible; our chapters are grouped thematically, into Principles (Part II), Practices (Part III), and Management (Part IV). Each has a small introduction that highlights what the individual pieces are about, and references other articles published by Google SREs, covering specific topics in more detail. Additionally, there’s a companion website mentioned in the book that has a number of helpful resources.
We hope this will be at least as useful and interesting to you as putting it together was for us.
— The Editors.
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This is the direction that infrastructure teams should be heading in terms of skill levels too.
En este libro se ve que la cultura de Google es "blameless" y que no hay una línea entre devs y ops, existe el concepto de SRE que podría decirse que es parecido al actual de devops, aunque con más funciones.
Libro que debería leer toda persona que trabaja en IT y también a toda la
This book is very interesting because shows different tips & tricks to resolve and manage communication problems between departments and of course reliability problems.
I suggest it to every IT professional, ITIL experts, DevOps wannabe and of course CTO.