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@squadcast shared a post, 6 days, 8 hours ago

Ensuring System Reliability: How DevOps Observability Tools Empower SRE Practices

This blog post explores Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and its role in maintaining reliable and scalable IT infrastructure. It emphasizes the importance of DevOps observability tools in empowering SRE practices.

Key takeaways:

SRE is a discipline that merges software engineering principles with IT operations to ensure highly reliable systems.

Core SRE principles include embracing calculated risk, setting clear objectives (SLOs), automation, and continuous monitoring/observability.

DevOps observability tools provide data and insights crucial for informed decision-making, automation, and troubleshooting within SRE practices.

Benefits of using DevOps observability tools include improved visibility, faster incident resolution, proactive problem identification, data-driven decision making, and enhanced collaboration.

Implementing DevOps observability tools requires careful planning, including identifying needs, selecting appropriate tools, establishing data management strategies, and integrating with existing workflows.

By adopting SRE practices and leveraging DevOps observability tools, organizations can achieve significant improvements in system reliability, performance, and overall IT operational efficiency.

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@squadcast shared a post, 3 weeks, 3 days ago

DevOps Automation Triumphs: Real-World Implementations for Streamlined Workflows

This blog post discusses DevOps automation and its benefits for streamlining workflows, reducing errors, and expediting software delivery. It explores real-world use cases such as CI/CD pipelines, Infrastructure as Code (IaC), and automated monitoring & alerting. The blog also addresses challenges like cultural resistance and skills gaps, providing solutions to overcome them. Here are the key takeaways:

DevOps automation automates software development, IT operations, and delivery tasks.

Benefits include faster deployments, fewer errors, and improved resource utilization.

Common use cases involve CI/CD, IaC, and automated monitoring & alerting.

Challenges include cultural resistance, skills gaps, and tool selection.

To succeed, continuously assess tools, prioritize learning, and embrace experimentation.

By adopting DevOps automation, teams can become leaders in delivering high-quality software faster and more efficiently.

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@squadcast shared a post, 3 weeks, 6 days ago

DevOps Automation Triumphs: How to Streamline Workflows and Boost Efficiency

This blog post talks about the benefits of DevOps automation and how to implement it. It covers what DevOps automation is and the common use cases for it, including continuous integration/delivery, infrastructure provisioning, and monitoring/alerting. The blog also acknowledges challenges faced during implementation and provides solutions for overcoming them. Finally, it highlights the role of automation in DevOps incident management and concludes by emphasizing that DevOps automation is a strategic investment for improving efficiency.

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@squadcast shared a post, 1 month ago

Demystifying SRE Tools: How They Empower Reliability Engineers

This blog post explores the role of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and how SRE tools empower engineers to achieve reliability goals. It clarifies the differences between SRE, DevOps engineers, software engineers, and cloud engineers. The key takeaway is that SRE tools provide monitoring, automation, infrastructure management, and communication functionalities to ensure application uptime and performance.

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@squadcast shared a post, 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Building and Maintaining a Strong SRE Team in Your Company: 7 Key Tips

This blog post offers guidance on building and maintaining an SRE team. It emphasizes the importance of SRE in today's world and outlines seven key tips to achieve success. Here's a summary of those tips:

Start small and focus internally: Begin by assigning staff from existing departments to focus on maintaining service reliability.

Recruit the right people: Look for SRE professionals with problem-solving skills, automation expertise, and a commitment to continuous learning. They should also be excellent team players with a broad perspective. Consider using SRE tooling to improve team efficiency.

Define your SLOs: Establish clear and achievable performance indicators for your systems.

Establish a holistic incident management system: Implement a system for tracking on-call duties and streamlining the incident resolution process. SRE tooling can be helpful here.

Accept failure as inevitable: Recognize that failures are part of the development process. Focus on creating a minimum viable product and improving over time.

Conduct incident postmortems to learn from mistakes: Analyze incidents to identify root causes and develop solutions to prevent future occurrences.

Maintain a user-friendly incident management system: Choose an incident management system that is easy to use, fosters communication, and integrates with other relevant tools.

By following these steps and leveraging SRE tooling, you can establish a strong SRE team that keeps your systems reliable and your customers satisfied.

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@rusychokshi shared a post, 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Technical Writer, Cloudraft.io

Demystifying DevOps: Key Insights Every Developer Needs to Thrive?

Understand DevOps principles clearly if you are a developer. This article outlines the DevOps concepts for a developer's understanding

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@vmihailenco shared a post, 11 months, 4 weeks ago
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Getting started with Kvrocks and go-redis

Learn how to use go-redis client to get started with Apache Kvrocks, a distributed key-value NoSQL database.

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@vmihailenco shared a post, 1 year ago
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Monitoring CPU/RAM/disk metrics with OpenTelemetry and Uptrace

OpenTeleletry Collector is an open source data collection pipeline that allows you to monitor CPU, RAM, disk, network metrics, and many more.

Collector itself does not include built-in storage or analysis capabilities, but you can export the data to Uptrace and ClickHouse, using them as a replacement for Grafana and Prometheus.

When compared to Prometheus, ClickHouse can offer small on-disk data size and better query performance when analyzing millions of timeseries.

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@mohammad_zaigam shared a post, 1 year, 2 months ago
Technical Solutions Specialist, Logiq.ai

THE 5 STAGES OF THE OBSERVABILITY MATURITY MODEL

The unprecedented growth of data in recent years has led to a demand for evolution in traditional monitoring practices.

The current observability maturity model is a good solution but needs further augmentations.

The widely accepted model includes the following stages:

1) Monitoring (Is everything in working order?)

2) Observability (Why is it not working?)

3) Full-Stack Observability (What is the origin of the problem, and what are its consequences?)

4) Intelligent Observability (How to predict anomalies and automate response?)

LOGIQ is supporting the next stage in the model i.e, Federated Observability. In other words, data availability for consumers with on-demand convenience.

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@squadcast shared a post, 1 year, 3 months ago

Strategies for Kubernetes Cluster Administrators: Understanding Pod Scheduling

As the complexity of a Kubernetes cluster grows, managing resources such as CPU and memory becomes more challenging. Efficient pod scheduling is critical to ensure optimal resource utilization and enable a stable and responsive environment for applications to run in. In this blog, we will delve into the intricacies of pod scheduling, including optimization of resource allocation and balancing workloads.

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