Site Reliability Engineering 101: DevOps Versus SRE

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Data engineers vs. data scientists

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It’s important to understand the differences between a data engineer and a data scientist. I think some of these misconceptions come from the diagrams that are used to describe data scientists and data engineers. Overly simplistic venn diagram with data scientists and data engineers.

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Chaos Engineering for ITOps

Chaos engineering (CE) is the discipline of experimenting on a system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. The post Chaos Engineering for ITOps appeared first on

Spyse – Cybersecurity Search Engine for Quick Recon

The Crazy Programmer

The service itself is a cybersecurity search engine which can be used for gathering mass technical data from the internet. Spyse engine performs regular data scans all over the world. The web interface looks like a familiar search engine perked for cybersecurity.

2019 State of Engineering Performance Management Report

More than 100 software leaders were asked how they manage and measure engineering performance. How do the findings stack up to your own experience? The report includes the top engineering challenges and the most used performance metrics.

An Architect’s Introduction to Chaos Engineering

Dzone - DevOps

We may attempt to engineer our systems expecting certain failures only to make things worse, such as a well-intended retry logic overloading a stressed server even worse and causing failures to cascade across the enterprise. Chaos engineering is a methodology that takes that approach.

Four Metrics Every Engineering Manager Needs to Monitor for Success

Engineering managers and leaders are charged with a challenging task every day: How do they support engineers to do their best work, and how do they know if their engineers are doing their best work? To enable an engineer’s best work, you’ll want to make sure they are […].

The Spark Engine

Agile Alliance

This book describes creative exercises that foster team-building and warm up the right side of your brain – the creative side. People

60 great resources for performance engineering teams


App Dev & Testing, Testing, Performance EngineeringOne major roadblock that prevents teams from successfully maturing their performance efforts is a lack of training. Sometimes, just knowing where to start can be a challenge.

The Time Has Come for an Engineering Approach to DevOps

The post The Time Has Come for an Engineering Approach to DevOps appeared first on Do you want to know how to do DevOps? Are you doing DevOps but not satisfied with the results you are getting? DevOps is complex.

How Top Engineering Leaders Build High-Performance Teams That Deliver Results

The primary responsibilities of Engineering Leadership - essentially, VPs of Engineering and CTOs - are building high-performance teams and delivering high-quality products on time, which together drive business results.

Announcing HashiCorp Cloud Engineering Certifications

The HashiCorp Cloud Engineering Certifications are designed to help technologists demonstrate their expertise with fundamental capabilities needed in today’s multi-cloud world. The post Announcing HashiCorp Cloud Engineering Certifications appeared first on

Empowerment of Security Engineers through Security Chartering in Visma

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Data engineering: A quick and simple definition

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Get a basic overview of data engineering and then go deeper with recommended resources. As the the data space has matured, data engineering has emerged as a separate and related role that works in concert with data scientists.

The Product Dev Conundrum: To Build or Buy in a Digital World?

Speaker: Mark Ridley, Owner and Founder, Ridley Industries

Any PM or technical leader who’s led the charge of building a digital product knows that product engineering is one of the most expensive elements of business. In most cases, actually building software should be the last avenue that companies explore to deliver great products, as software engineering, data science and product development are complex, uncertain and hard to manage.

Chaos Engineering and Continuous Verification in Production


Moreover, he explained how Continuous Verification can help software engineers avoid such pitfalls. But so, Casey, you are the man who literally wrote the book on chaos engineering or co-wrote the book, which is recently out from O’Reilly.

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Exceptional QA Engineer Skills: 6 Valuable Traits

Gorilla Logic

Have you ever considered what it means to be a tester or quality assurance (QA) engineer? If that’s all that’s involved, we might assume that a QA engineer’s skills are minimal and they don’t require any special ability, training, or knowledge.

How to Become a DevSecOps Engineer

One of the most important roles within DevOps, however, is the Security Engineer or DevSecOps Engineer. The post How to Become a DevSecOps Engineer appeared first on Blogs DevSecOps careers devops devsecops DevSecOps Engineer security

How Product Managers Can Learn to Love Reporting

Speaker: Eric Feinstein, Professional Services Manager, Looker

It seems like PMs and engineers have grown to hate embedded reporting. How to evaluate embedded analytic solutions as strategy to greatly reduce initial and on-going engineering effort.

How IT Engineers Can Learn DataOps

To seasoned IT engineers, DataOps may not sound very difficult. The post How IT Engineers Can Learn DataOps appeared first on Sponsored Content UnRavel data operations data performance DataOps IT engineers IT operations ITOps

Installing FlexDeploy on Oracle Kubernetes Engine


Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is a Developer Service in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure that expedites the provisioning and managing of 1 or more Kubernetes Clusters. In effect, this allows deploying and running an application on a cloud provided K8s engine a snap.

What machine learning engineers need to know

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This conversation grew out of a recent email thread the three of us had on machine learning engineers , a new job role that LinkedIn recently pegged as the fastest growing job in the U.S. Continue reading What machine learning engineers need to know

Managing Distributed Systems and Engineers with Johan Andersen, Engineering Director, Citadel

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In our second episode of Breaking 404, we caught up with Johan Andersen, Engineering Director, Citadel ( Former Google SRE Manager) to understand the best practices of managing distributed systems as well as distributed systems engineers.

Turning Metrics into Dollars: How to Turn Your Analytics Data into a Real Financial Model for your Startup

Speaker: Tristan Kromer, Lean Agile Coach, Kromatic

Some teams struggle to constantly optimize conversion rates without understanding the financial impact of those conversion rates. Sometimes that 0.1% increase isn't worth the engineering time we're spending! Early stage startups in particular may not need a four year business plan, but they need to start building out a model which will show how they can someday be profitable. At the very least, they need to be able to see the impact of a change in retention rates to their user growth.

Deploying to Oracle Kubernetes Engine with FlexDeploy


In a previous post I demonstrated how to quickly get a FlexDeploy installation up and running with Oracle Kubernetes Engine. The post Deploying to Oracle Kubernetes Engine with FlexDeploy appeared first on Flexagon.

Quality Engineering Has DevOps and Agile in the Driving Seat

The post Quality Engineering Has DevOps and Agile in the Driving Seat appeared first on As opposed to the traditional software development lifecycle (aka waterfall), today’s Agile and DevOps-based software development process is more outcome-oriented.

Chaos Engineering Ideas for Serverless


The Principles define chaos engineering as: The discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. Sometimes chaos engineering gets a bad reputation as ‘breaking things for fun.’.

OpsRamp Adds Recommendation Engine to AIOps Platform

OpsRamp added a recommendation engine to its artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) platform that makes use of predictive analytics to suggest potential actions to either improve performance or avert downtime.

Microservices: The Dark Side

Speaker: Prem Chandrasekaran

A few years ago, Barclays embarked on a journey to migrate its legacy services to a modern tech stack with the objective of achieving a high level of scale, resilience, and reliability. During the incremental, iterative move towards an ecosystem of focused, distributed services, it’s fair to say that the company discovered the challenges of distributing objects. Join us for an episode you can’t miss if you’re finding it a lot harder to architect in practice than in theory, and learn how you can shed light on the dark side of microservices.

Data Engineering with Cloudera Altus

Cloudera Engineering

With modern businesses dealing with an ever-increasing volume of data, and an expanding set of data sources, the data engineering process that enables analysis, visualization, and reporting only becomes more important.

How Is Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Used In Engineering?


Read Bernard Marr’s article about how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning in engineering on Forbes : Just like with many other industries, artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing engineering.

How Splice Builds Globally Distributed Engineering Teams


One of the primary reasons to build a distributed engineering organization is that a company is not limited by geographic boundaries. The engineering team at Splice is now fifty-something people. We treat Engineering as a one-hundred-percent distributed organization.”.

Member of the Band – Emilio Duarte Senior Automation Engineer

Gorilla Logic

In this blog series, we’re going to introduce you to members of our band—engineers, technical recruiters, PMs, designers, and more who make up the most important asset in Gorilla Logic…our talent! Emilio Duarte – Senior Automation Engineer.

Employee Spotlight: Zayo Engineer Mark Jensen


Mark Jensen is Zayo’s senior director of Engineering, Lit Services, responsible for strategic and tactical planning for Zayo’s lit optical networks and solutions. Mark, who graduated as a Petroleum Engineer from Montana Tech, came to Zayo via the 360networks acquisition in 2011.

The Value of ‘DevOps Engineer’ as a Title

This is challenging organizations to consider the significance of DevOps Engineer as a role and the value of having […]. The post The Value of ‘DevOps Engineer’ as a Title appeared first on Blogs Leadership Suite devops engineer hiring job titles skill se