A case for Observability outside engineering teams
Observability is being built by engineers for engineers. In reality, o11y is for all.
1979, a nuclear accident and SRE
Deep diving into the 'Normal accident' theory by Charles Perrow, and what it means for SREs
What Site Reliability Engineering needs — A swarm of rogue bees
If all companies are software companies, all companies need better Observability to understand how performative their software is
SRECon APAC 2023 Recap
Recap of SRECon APAC 2023 in Singapore
Observability is a practice, not a job
Engineering organizations that ship fast have Observability as part of their core DNA.
Understanding “Cricket Scale”
How does a DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer plan for "Cricket scale"? How do you warm systems' about to witness 30+ million concurrent users?
Observability is dead, long live observability
No tool can magically offer you 99.999s. Observability is largely about the basics. And basics are boring. But, boring is hard. Boring is battle tested.
How we won Dukaan over
5 meetings. 1 month. From introductions, to a demo, and ultimately winning Dukaan over. Subhash and his team’s velocity on decision-making, moving fast, and radical candor, is a breath of fresh air in the Indian startup ecosystem.