Making sense of SRE and observability, one week at a time
What is site reliability engineering (SRE) really about? How can I make sense of it in my organisation? How do I cut through the buzzwords and actually improve the lives of my colleagues and customers?
Episode 77 - SRE to DevRel with Liz Fong-Jones
Episode 76 - Sampling Distributed Traces with Paige Cruz
Paige Cruz (from Chronosphere) is back. This week we discuss sampling. What is sampling? Why do it? What kinds of sampling are there? You can check out Chronosphere's cloud native observability platform here: https://chronosphere.io/ You can find Paige on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paigerduty/ X: https://twitter.com/paigerduty You can find the official Slight Reliability podcast website at: https://slightreliability.com/ You can find Stephen at: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ X: https://twitter.com/the_kiwi_sre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/slight_reliability/
About the host
Stephen has a background in SRE and performance engineering. He has worked in the industry for 15 years as both an external consultant and an internal engineer.
Our industry is full of buzzwords and exaggerations, it can be hard to know what is real or not. Stephen strives to take these complex technical concepts and to simplify and present them in a way everyone can understand and apply (and to call out when something is too good to be true).
Stephen lives in Auckland, New Zealand and currently works as a Developer Advocate for SquaredUp, as well as promoting and improving observability and SRE practices internally in the organisation.