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SRE: How Observability Tools Help Implement Reliability Engineering

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Sponsored by INSTANA


Thursday, March 18, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Join Roman, CRE at Google, and Yury Oleynik, Product Manager at Instana, for the next installment in our Service Level Objectives (SLO) series.

In this webinar we will discuss how to make the first practical step of implementing SLIs for a specific user-journey along with what tools are needed. We will focus on Site Reliability Engineering principles and, more specifically, provide practical guidelines for implementing and defending Service Level Objectives using an observability platform like Instana. You will learn:

  • SRE principles
  • How to model Critical User Journeys
  • How to define Service Level Indicators
  • How to set Service Level Objectives
  • How to alert and investigate service level violations
Roman Seibel
Customer Engineer - Google
Roman is a Customer Engineer at Google Cloud since 2019 with prior experience in computer science, consulting and running everything technical at a startup. At Google he focuses on working with customers to solve various problems of running applications easily, securely and at scale, with particular interest in Application Development, Modernization and Observability. Besides work Roman is a tech enthusiast, tinkerer, runner, cyclist and sailor.
Yury Oleynik
Product Manager - Instana
Yury is a Senior Product Manager and previously a Staff Software Engineer at Instana, contributing to the core of Instana’s (APM) Application Performance Management software, including Alerting, Root-Cause Analysis and Service Level Objectives. He brings 15+ years of experience and has been working in the APM space since 2015 when he joined Instana. Yury holds a PhD from Technical University Munich in High Performance Computing with the focus on machine learning and performance analysis tools.

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