The Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation training program is aimed at:
There is no formal prerequisite for attending this course.
However, candidates must have a basic understanding of software development, DevOps and SDLC.
○ Course Goals
○ Course Agenda
● Module 1: SRE Principles & Practices
○ What is Site Reliability Engineering?
○ SRE & DevOps: What is the Difference?
○ SRE Principles & Practices
● Module 2: Service Level Objectives & Error Budgets
○ Service Level Objectives (SLO’s)
○ Error Budgets
○ Error Budget Policies
● Module 3: Reducing Toil
○ What is Toil?
○ Why is Toil Bad?
○ Doing Something About Toil
● Module 4: Monitoring & Service Level Indicators
○ Service Level Indicators (SLI’s)
● Module 5: SRE Tools & Automation
○ Automation Defined
○ Automation Focus
○ Hierarchy of Automation Types
○ Secure Automation
○ Automation Tools
● Module 6: Anti-Fragility & Learning from Failure
o Why Learn from Failure
o Benefits of Anti-Fragility
o Shifting the Organizational Balance
● Module 7: Organizational Impact of SRE
○ Why Organizations Embrace SRE
○ Patterns for SRE Adoption
○ On-Call Necessities
○ Blameless Post-Mortems
○ SRE & Scale
● Module 8: SRE, Other Frameworks, The Future
○ SRE & Other Frameworks
○ The Future
● Additional Sources of Information
● Exam Preparations
○ Exam Requirements, Question Weighting, and Terminology List
○ Sample Exam Review Already present on our website.
In this course, candidates will be equipped with an understanding of:
What does SRE stand for?
SRE is an abbreviation for Site Reliability Engineering. It deals with developing and implementing methods for maintaining reliable and scalable IT operations in complex environments.
Who administers the SRE Certification exam?
The SRE Foundation Exam is administered by DevOps Institute.
Will I get a certificate after completing this course?
Yes, Vinsys provides a course completion certificate once candidates successfully clear the SRE Foundation Exam which is conducted after the training is completed.
What are career prospects after pursuing this course?
With organizations realizing the need for having a sorted, fully-functional IT system with minimum risk of outages in complex environments, the hiring for professional Site Reliability Engineers have increased. So, candidates can expect a great career ahead after completing the SRE Foundation training course.
What is different with Vinsys training?
Vinsys focuses on creating skilled professionals. Our aim is to impart knowledge with maximum focus on training candidates with practical skills which is why one seeks a certification course. This is the major difference with our training. While we wish all candidates should clear the certification exams, our basic intent is to build their skills. Also, with industry-expert trainers and result-oriented training methods, Vinsys assures a satisfying course of training.
Exam Pattern: Multiple choice questions
Exam Type: Open book
No. of Questions: 40
Exam Duration: 60 minutes
Passing Criteria: 65%
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) has gained focus since modern organizations recognized the need to perform consistently in complex technical environments while minimizing the risk of major outages and failure incidents. The inclusion of automation and engineering solutions for reliable functioning of applications in complex IT environments is the core focus area of the SRE Foundation Training Course.
This training program highlights the methods, practices and tools required to engage people involved in reliability and stability by using real-world scenarios and case studies. Professionals attending this course will know how to anticipate and manage loopholes in operational systems making them more predictable, scalable and stable along with a scope for continual improvement.
The SRE Foundation Certification training at Vinsys aims at enabling attendees to thoroughly understand the fundamentals, principles, methods and tools for establishing a successful SRE system in place while also preparing them well to clear the SRE Foundation Exam in the first attempt.
The Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) course is designed to enable candidates learn:
Vinsys is a leading training provider for professional course training globally. With a fully-equipped training infrastructure, exceptionally trained faculty, industry-expert facilitators, and result-oriented courseware, we ensure the best training to our candidates. Our training methodologies are highly focused on delivering practical skills and fundamental knowledge to students to prepare them well for the certification exams and be eligible to apply the acquired skills on the job when needed.
Our batches are conducted with professional conduct and our trainers pay attention to every single query raised by the students which leads to an interactive session and deeper understanding of concepts.
Key features of Vinsys trainings include:
Simply a great experience with Vinsys! They have a well-structured training process and course material. Trainer was knowledgeable and used simple language that led to easy understanding.
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