Overcoming the Evolving DevOps Skills Gap

Source:-insights.dice.com In 2019, the DevOps Institute’s annual Upskilling Report stated that automation process, cloud analytics and soft skills (such as communication and empathy) were the most important skills. Just one year later, according to its 2020 report, governance, risk and compliance (GRC), process, and knowledge skills increased in importance. For organizations attempting to bridge the IT skills gap (the areas in which employers have difficulty filling vacancies), this rapid shift in just 12 months means that their goal of keeping

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How to get a job as a site reliability engineer (SRE)

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Site reliability engineers are the go-to professionals when production outages and other issues arise. Here’s how to prove you’re up for the challenge and get an SRE job Editor’s note: In this ongoing series for IT job hunters, we’ll explore in-demand roles, necessary skills, and how to stand out in an interview. Here, Rob Hernandez, CTO of Nebulaworks, shares insights on getting a job as a site reliability engineer. Site reliability engineer (SRE) salary range $82,000 – $150,000 per

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DevOps and AIOps: Better Together

Source:-devops.com DevOps is an attempt to scale technology with humans but AIOps is the ultimate answer. In today’s world, where so many essential business tasks have become digitized, IT teams must deal with constant change while ensuring zero downtime. The irony is that, although IT has become business-critical, the productivity and agility of the people building and supporting the customer experiences has plummeted. This has serious consequences for businesses. When your apps and services malfunction, you lose customers and revenue

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Disruption and DevOps upskilling: How to fill out your tool belt

Source:-techbeacon.com This wouldn’t seem to be a time when upskilling would be top of mind for DevOps professionals, as well as those trying to pursue a DevOps career. But, in fact, there is no better time to take stock of your professional assets, expand your technology skills, improve your soft skills, and learn new business processes. ​​​​​​ By doing so, you can better help your organization support newly remote workers and restart any projects stalled by the workplace disruption, even

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Google Explains Why Others Are Doing SRE Wrong

Source – infoq.com Stephen Thorne, customer reliability engineer at Google, recently spoke at the DevOps Enterprise Summit London on what Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is and how many organizations are failing to understand its basic premises and benefits . Confounding service level objectives (SLOs) which are focused on early failure detection with service level agreements(SLAs) which often serve as financial compensation for past incidents, not enforcing error budgetsand not dedicating at least 50% effort of SRE teams to improve the systems and tools (instead letting them continue to drown in

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