Working at Google: Meet our Production Engineers for Site Reliability Hangout on Air
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Some of our Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) are sharing what they do and how they work at Google.
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2:25 - What is Site Reliability Engineering?
5:20 - Challenging projects within SRE
10:38 - How much time is spent on coding & project work?
12:58 - How does SRE differ from DevOps?
15:06 - Is it true that SRE is capped at 50% Operations support?
17:30 - How does SRE avoid too heavy of an Ops load?
18:18 - How does on-call work for SRE @ Google?
21:00 - Differences between SRE @ Google and other engineering roles?
26:54 - SRE Book!
32:18 - End Tech Talk - Remainder of Video = Q&A
32:55 - What is the SRE onboarding process like?
34:50 - Coming from a Systems Engineering background, what level of programming do SREs need?
37:00 - What's the breadth of knowledge required for an SRE?
38:30 - Do SREs have much control over their own project assignment(s)?
40:00 - How do SREs spread information amongst themselves?
43:23 - Do engineers move across product areas/teams?
45:05 - What type of code do SREs produce?
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