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Site Reliability Engineer Career Path

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Uplatz provides this comprehensive Career Path program on Site Reliability Engineer. It is a program covering all topics related to Site Reliability Engineering in the form of self-paced video lectures. You will be awarded Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course.

This course is designed for both novices and specialists who wish to brush up on their SRE expertise. This lesson will help you grasp SRE's responsibilities and the importance of this job. You'll be able to explain how the operations support team contributes to the Agile framework under the DevOps model, as well as how to strike a balance between delivering new features and ensuring their reliability for customers. This is possible thanks to a thorough awareness of how applications function, as well as the key aspects to look for while working in one, as well as a thorough understanding of how monitoring tools work and how to use them in your application based on your needs. Students will learn about a handful of the most often used monitoring technologies in this course. This course will also touch base the incident and change management work which SRE needs to perform as part of their role.


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Site reliability engineering (SRE) employs software engineering to automate IT operations duties that would otherwise be handled manually by systems administrators, such as production system management, change management, incident response, and even emergency response (sysadmins). SRE is based on the idea that employing software code to automate supervision of big software systems is a more scalable and long-term strategy than manual involvement, particularly when such systems grow or relocate to the cloud.

Who is this course for?

The target audience for a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) career path programme is typically individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in software engineering, DevOps, or IT infrastructure. This may include recent graduates or professionals who are looking to gain specialized knowledge and skills in SRE practices, and are interested in pursuing a career as a Site Reliability Engineer.

In addition, the programme may be suitable for individuals who are currently working in the software engineering or IT field, but are looking to specialize in SRE practices or take on more senior roles in their organizations. The programme may also be relevant for individuals who are interested in starting their own consulting business, as it provides a strong foundation in SRE principles, automation, and reliability engineering.

The Site Reliability Engineer career path programme is designed to provide a comprehensive education in SRE practices, automation, and reliability engineering, and is suitable for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in SRE or related fields. The programme may require some prior knowledge of software engineering or IT infrastructure concepts, but may also include introductory courses for individuals who are new to the field.


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Career path

  • SRE basics in IT
  • SRE roles and responsibilities
  • Position of SRE in IT culture
  • Importance of SRE in IT
  • SRE work culture
  • Important elements for SRE to consider at work

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