When things aren’t so reliable, move slower, mitigate problems, take fewer risks.

When things aren’t so reliable, move slower, mitigate problems, take fewer risks.

When things aren’t so reliable, then move slower, mitigate problems, take fewer risks.

Site Reliability Engineering must do Operations, no doubt about that. Having said that, a well functioning SRE team should

- do those operations with consciousness

- and ensure it gets aligned with their actual goal.

SRE helps the entire organization take appropriate risks. So, what should we do when things are reliable. Let’s discuss that tomorrow!

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