Site Reliability Engineering Practitioner® (SREP) Certification Training

Course 3794

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Exam Voucher: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate

This Site Reliability Engineering Practitioner® (SREP) Certification course introduces ways to economically and reliably scale services in an organisation. It explores strategies to improve agility, cross-functional collaboration, and transparency of health of services towards building resiliency by design, automation, and closed-loop remediations.

SRE Practitioner Certification Training Delivery Methods

  • In-Person

  • Online

SRE Practitioner Certification Training Course Benefits

Successfully implement a flourishing SRE culture in your organisation

Manage the organisational impact of introducing SRE

Build security and resilience by design in a distributed, zero-trust environment

Prepare for the DevOps Institute SRE Practitioner certification exam

Participation in unique exercises designed to apply concepts

Get sample documents, templates, tools, and techniques

Access to additional value-added resources and communities

Continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching

SRE Practitioner Certification Training Outline

Prerequisites

  • It is highly recommended that learners attend the SRE Foundation course (Course 3694) before attending the SRE Practitioner course.
  • An understanding and knowledge of common SRE terminology, concepts, principles, and related work experience are recommended.

Exam Information

  • Successfully passing (65%) the 90-minute examination, consisting of 40 multiple-choice questions, leads to the SRE Practitioner certificate. The certification is governed and maintained by DevOps Institute.
  • Rebranding Ops or DevOps or Dev as SRE​
  • Users notice an issue before you do​
  • Measuring until my Edge​
  • False positives are worse than no alerts​
  • Configuration management trap for snowflakes​
  • The Dogpile: Mob incident response​
  • Point fixing​
  • Production Readiness Gatekeeper​
  • Fail-Safe really?
  • Define SLIs that meaningfully measure the reliability of a service from a user’s perspective​
  • Defining System boundaries in a distributed ecosystem for defining correct SLIs
  • Use error budgets to help your team have better discussions and make better data-driven decisions
  • Overall, reliability is only as good as the weakest link on your service graph
  • Error thresholds when 3rd party services are used
  • SRE and their role in Building Secure and Reliable systems​
  • Design for Changing Architecture​
  • Fault-tolerant Design​
  • Design for Security​
  • Design for Resiliency​
  • Design for Scalability
  • Design for Performance
  • Design for Reliability
  • Ensuring Data Security and Privacy
  • Modern Apps are Complex & Unpredictable​
  • Slow is the new down​
  • Pillars of Observability​
  • Implementing Synthetic and End-user monitoring
  • Observability driven development
  • Distributed Tracing
  • What happens to monitoring?
  • Instrumenting using Libraries and Agents
  • Taking a Platform Centric View solves Organisational scalability challenges such as fragmentation, inconsistency, and unpredictability
  • How do you use AIOps to improve resiliency?
  • How can DataOps help you in the journey?
  • A simple recipe to implement AIOps
  • Indicative measurement of AIOps
  • SRE Key Responsibilities towards incident response​
  • DevOps & SRE and ITIL​
  • OODA and SRE Incident Response​
  • Closed Loop Remediation and the Advantages​
  • Swarming – Food for Thought
  • AI/ML for better incident management
  • Navigating Complexity
  • Chaos Engineering Defined
  • Quick Facts about Chaos Engineering
  • Chaos Monkey Origin Story
  • Who is adopting Chaos Engineering?
  • Myths of Chaos
  • Chaos Engineering Experiments
  • GameDay Exercises
  • Security Chaos Engineering
  • Chaos Engineering Resources
  • Key Principles of SRE​
  • SREs help increase reliability across the product spectrum​
  • Metrics for Success​
  • Selection of Target areas
  • SRE Execution Model​
  • Culture and Behavioural Skills are key
  • SRE Case study

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SRE Practitioner Certification Training FAQs

The target audience for the SRE Practitioner course are professionals, including:

  • Anyone focused on large-scale service scalability and reliability
  • Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organisational change approaches
  • Business Managers
  • Business Stakeholders
  • Change Agents
  • Consultants
  • DevOps Practitioners
  • IT Directors
  • IT Managers
  • IT Team Leaders
  • Product Owners
  • Scrum Masters
  • Software Engineers
  • Site Reliability Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Tool Providers

Site Reliability Engineering delivers business value to customers through collaboration with DevOps teams and the engineering of reliable, secure application environments and software systems.

Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s ability to withstand turbulent conditions.