According to Google, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a discipline and a role that incorporates aspects of software engineering and applies them to infrastructure and operations problems. SRE is fundamentally doing work that has been done by an operations team but using engineers with software expertise. An SRE team is responsible for availability, latency, performance, efficiency, change management, monitoring, emergency response, and capacity planning. SRE inherited 7 principles and 18 practices to reach resilience and reliability in our systems. Some of these principles include SLOs, Minimize Toiling and Reduce the Cost of Failure. Some practices include On-Call, Incident Response, Postmortem Culture, and Data Processing Pipelines. Cloud providers promise resilience and reliability in their elevator pitches and Azure is not the exception.
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