SRE in Practice

DevOps Lisbon
DevOps Lisbon
Public group

OLX Group

Ed.Atrium Saldanha, nº1, piso 6. 1050-094 Lisboa Portugal · Lisboa

How to find us

Entrance to the building is on Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo. It's the door between "Active Bank" and "Women Secret".

Location image of event venue

Details

What is SRE (Site Reliability Engineering)? Do you need to follow all of the Google practices (landing.google.com/sre) to call yourself SRE?

What better way to start digging into SRE than to hear two talks from people who work as SRE? What is their everyday job like? What's similar or different from Google's approach?

Join this meetup to find out!

As always, you can expect interesting chats with other members of the community, beers and something to bite after the talks!

The event starts at 19:00 and the talk will start at 19:15 sharp, please be on time.

We will have our usual book raffle among those who arrive on time ;)

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TALK 1: "SRE is Devops or Devops is SRE?"
Speaker: Julia Lamenza, SRE at Hostelworld

I will help you to understand this buzzword and show my SRE routine inside HostelWorld, let's go!

Julia is a DevOps enthusiast, +8 Years working with infrastructure, cloud computing, containers and cool stuff. But more than that with a community mindset focused on sharing knowledge and helping people and companies to reach their goals.

TALK 2: "SRE is pretty much what you make of it"
Speaker: Luís Rodrigues, SRE at OLX Group

A personal overview of a journey through SRE principles, ideas and best practices and how this is actually working across several teams. Presented by an old linux sysadmin guy. This should be good.

Luis Rodrigues is a veteran networking and linux sysadmin trying to automate himself out of a job for 20+ years now, with little or no success. Current role as a SRE at OLX group is proof of that.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: the talks will be recorded and published in the DevOps Lisbon YouTube channel. By signing up for this event you explicitly agree that your image might appear in the video recordings. Nevertheless, you can always get in touch with the organisation ([masked]) to have it removed.