Site reliability engineers (SREs) include facets of software engineering, and incorporates that to solve IT operational issues. They have a fundamental goal, which is to construct scalable and highly dependable software systems. SREs are responsible for performance, incident response, availability and monitoring, etc., of services and platforms an organization owns and runs. They spend half of their time doing operational work and the other half engaging in tasks like scaling, applying updated features and automation. SREs are programmers who have knowledge of networking and various systems. They possess an understanding of Python, Apache, MySQL Administration, Linux, Ruby and more. SREs solve problems on-call or with manual intervention. They help to break the barriers between operation and development teams. In some companies SREs are also called DevOps.
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