If your incident review template has a "where we got lucky" section, I recommend adding a "where we were _prepared_" section. Expertise can make difficult, intentional work look easy or accidental. (Woods's Law of Fluency)
How to get big results with a small SRE team: Pierre Vincent writes on how SREs can help teams while never blocking them by being wary of creating your own tooling, avoiding technology spread, measuring where your team is spending time, and more.
What we’ve been building
In addition to Zoom, Slack and Google Hangouts, Blameless has released a new integration with GoToMeeting to further extend our collaboration capabilities. Check out our blog.
Blameless SLOs help advance teams towards achieving production excellence through proactive management of service levels in concert with the rest of the Blameless platform. Read more in our blog.
SRE Thought Leader PanelJune 25 at 11 AM PST: Join SRE experts such as Jessica Kerr (Host of Arrested DevOps), Tim Tischler (SRE Champion at New Relic and previously CTO Tripgrid), and Ward Cunningham (inventor of the first wiki).
INS1GHTS2020 hosted by NS1 June 25: A one-day digital gathering of industry leaders in NetOps, DevOps, and application delivery for candid conversations and presentations on navigating the present and building the future.
Blameless demoJune 30 at 8 AM PST: See the Blameless product in action and get your questions answered.
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