Evolution of SRE and Rising Need of SRE Catalyzers

Thursday, June 07, 2018 - 1:20 pm2:15 pm

Isha Ganeriwal, LinkedIn

Abstract: 

An SRE team is responsible for availability, performance, efficiency, change management, emergency response, and capacity planning. As the need for high availability systems are growing, demands for and from SREs are growing further. To support these demands, an efficient and effective ecosystem is needed around SREs to ensure we deliver what we commit and we commit what is needed in a timely manner.

Isha Ganeriwal, LinkedIn

Isha Ganeriwal is presently working at LinkedIn, India, as a Senior Technical Program Manager for SRE organization. Isha has more than 10 years experience in the field of project/program management and has worked with data analytics and report engineering teams in the past as a program manager. She is associated with LinkedIn's SRE organization since last year and has had the opportunity to take a close look at SRE day-to-day functions and work through the evolution of SREs. Her vision is to create an efficient and effective operating system for SREs.

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BibTeX
@conference {214943,
author = {Isha Ganeriwal},
title = {Evolution of {SRE} and Rising Need of {SRE} Catalyzers},
year = {2018},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
}