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  • April 2, 2019

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Workbench at Oracle Code

The past 15 years have been about driving developer velocity and embracing new tooling and abstractions at every level.

While it is one thing for startups to pick a technology and run with it, development workflows in large enterprises need more time. This is partly due to size, partly due to compliance, and sometimes partly due to culture. But there is a shift happening, and Oracle is committed to not only driving our own forward trajectory in cloud-native applications and tooling, but also doing our best to help enterprises large and small make sense of all the technology out there at large scale and in a reliable way.

With this in mind, we'd like to invite you to join Mies Hernandez van Leuffen and Mickey Boxell as they walk through the SRE Workbench for the modern enterprise at our FREE Oracle Code events in Rome on April 4, 2019 and Berlin on April 9, 2019.

They will be discussing the principles of site reliability; for example, the lifecycle management of a product with specific tooling in mind that covers the main areas of monitoring, logging, tracing, service mesh, and CI/CD. These are the backbone of site reliability.

If you cannot make the events, you can always check out our Cloud Native Labs: Learn content, where we introduce you to these and other cloud-native topics and show you how to use them hands-on with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE).

Check out our guides:

And please sign up if you happen to be in Rome or Berlin this April!

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