Site Reliability Engineering

A Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) is a role that focuses on ensuring the reliability, availability, and performance of complex software systems and infrastructure. SREs bridge the gap between traditional software development and operations teams, combining their expertise to build and maintain scalable, reliable, and efficient systems.

SRE takes the tasks that have historically been completed manually by operations teams, and instead gives them to SRE engineers who use software and automation to ensure software applications remain reliable and are highly scalable. A Site Reliability Engineer is responsible for how code is deployed, configured, and monitored, as well as the availability, latency , change management, emergency response and capacity management of services in production.

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The best talent pool of SRE professionals

We have access to a talented pool of SRE professionals with experience across a wide range of SRE tools, including:

    Monitoring and Alerting Tools: Prometheus, Grafana, Nagios, Datadog
    Incident Management Systems: PagerDuty, Jira Service Management
    Infrastructure Automation: Ansible, Terraform, Puppet
    Containerization and Orchestration: Docker, Kubernetes
    Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD) Tools: Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD, CircleCI
    Log Management and Analysis: ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana), Splunk
    Cloud Platforms: AWS, Azure, GCP

These technologies enable SREs to track system health, streamline incident response, automate infrastructure management, deploy applications in a scalable manner, ensure efficient CI/CD processes, analyse log data, and leverage cloud platforms for optimal performance. With our expertise, we can help you find the right SRE professionals proficient in these tools to enhance your organisation's reliability and efficiency.