English | 2016 | ISBN: 978-1-491-92912-4 | 552 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 15 MB
Building and operating distributed systems is fundamental to large-scale production infrastructure, but doing so in a scalable, reliable, and efficient way requires a lot of good design, and trial and error. In this collection of essays and articles, key members of the Site Reliability Team at Google explain how the company has successfully navigated these deep waters over the past decade.
You’ll learn how Google continuously monitors and deploys some of the largest software systems in the world, how its Site Reliability Engineering team learns and improves after outages, and how they balance risk-taking vs reliability with error budgets.
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