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Many companies are working to define their expectations for the SRE role and the SRE toolchain, which, like the role itself, continues to evolve. The tools SREs use at any given time will depend on where an organization is in their SRE journey. Less mature organizations will tend to use more specialized operations tools while more mature organizations will see more convergence between SRE and software engineering toolchains. So, while it’s certain that there’s no “one-size-fits-all” set of tools, teams will experiment with and adapt with the right tools as they seek new, efficient ways to bring greater reliability to everything they do.

Join VictorOps, Grafana, and InfluxData as we explore a couple of the vital tools your SRE team should set up to drive a culture of innovation and uptime.

Attendees can expect to learn:

  • Industry expectations around service reliability and availability
  • How to create simple and lightweight representations of your systems for everyone in the organization
  • How Grafana and VictorOps work together to create a system of engagement

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September 2, 2019

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