Posts from author "Piyush Verma"

Latency SLO
Latency SLO

How do you set Latency based alerts? The most common measurement is a percentile-based expression like: 95% of the requests must complete within 350ms. But is it as simple?

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Services; not Server
Services; not Server

Gone are the days of yore when we named are our servers Etsy, Betsy, and Momo, fed them fish, and cleaned their poop.

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Systems Observability
Systems Observability

Observability is not just about being able to ask questions to your systems. It's also about getting those answers in minutes and not hours.

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Much That We Have Gotten Wrong About SRE
Much That We Have Gotten Wrong About SRE

An illustrated summary of Developers ➡ DevOps ➡ SRE

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Infrastructure-As-Code-As-Software
Infrastructure-As-Code-As-Software

We ran a poll on Twitter“Do you care about the quality of your infrastructure code?”And on RedditThat’s an approximate and staggering 60–30–10 split. What do you think will the response be if the poll was — “Do you care about the quality of your product code?

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SLOs That Lie
SLOs That Lie

What are SLOs and how do you define them. We usually set SLOs that might not accurately define what the requirements are. Here's a look at SLOs That Lie! SLO is an acronym for Service Level Objective. But before I explain SLO, you need one more acronym SLI (Service Level

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SRE with Last9 is incredibly easy. But don’t just take our word for it.

Piyush Verma

Piyush Verma

Co-Founder, CTO @ last9.io
Latency SLO
Latency SLO

How do you set Latency based alerts? The most common measurement is a percentile-based expression like: 95% of the requests must complete within 350ms. But is it as simple?

Read ->
Services; not Server
Services; not Server

Gone are the days of yore when we named are our servers Etsy, Betsy, and Momo, fed them fish, and cleaned their poop.

Read ->
Systems Observability
Systems Observability

Observability is not just about being able to ask questions to your systems. It's also about getting those answers in minutes and not hours.

Read ->
Much That We Have Gotten Wrong About SRE
Much That We Have Gotten Wrong About SRE

An illustrated summary of Developers ➡ DevOps ➡ SRE

Read ->
Infrastructure-As-Code-As-Software
Infrastructure-As-Code-As-Software

We ran a poll on Twitter“Do you care about the quality of your infrastructure code?”And on RedditThat’s an approximate and staggering 60–30–10 split. What do you think will the response be if the poll was — “Do you care about the quality of your product code?

Read ->
SLOs That Lie
SLOs That Lie

What are SLOs and how do you define them. We usually set SLOs that might not accurately define what the requirements are. Here's a look at SLOs That Lie! SLO is an acronym for Service Level Objective. But before I explain SLO, you need one more acronym SLI (Service Level

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