Overview

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ Certification accredited by Value Delivery Factory is focused on understanding the Site Reliability Engineering from a practical implementation perspective. The certification provides the participants with the ability to learn and demonstrate competency through a strong understanding of the SRE Principles, Practices, Experiences and the benefits of implementing SRE Practices.

 

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ Certification makes them knowledgeable about the elements they will be needing for a successful implementation of SRE Practices

Exam Requirements

·        Prerequisites for Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ Exam is Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Fundamentals™ certification or Equivalent certification or Knowledge of SRE fundamentals

·        Attend a face-to-face or virtual course taught by a Certified Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ trainer

·        Have 16 hours of live online or 16 hours of in-person training with Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™

·        After successfully completing the course, you will need to accept the License Agreement to take the 40 question Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ test

·        To pass the test, correctly answer 27 out of the 40 questions within the 60-minute time limit

 

·        Maintain your Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner™ certification by renewing your certification annually

Modules

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Module 1: Implementing SRE

Implementing SRE principles

Implementing SRE practices

Implementing SRE Models

SRE Patterns and Anti -Patterns

Use Case: IT Automation

Video: What is Site Reliability

Module 2: On-Call

What is on call?

On Call Challenges

On-Call Rotations

On-call rotation best practices

Benefits of on -call rotation

On call SRE Team Building

On-call Incentives

Use Case: On-Call Team Structure

Module Quiz

Tool Demo: PagerDuty for AIOps Solution

Module 3: Managing Incident Response

What is Incident Response?

Incident Command System (ICS)

Incident response Team

Metrics for effective Incident Response

Best Practices

Use Case: Automatic Security

Module Quiz

TOOL Demo – Major Incident Management

Module 4: Blameless Incident Postmortem

Incident postmortem

Why Incident Postmortems

Streamline the postmortem Process

Blameless postmortem

Incident Postmorten best Practices

Use Case: Network Outage Playbook

Module Quiz

Module 5: Data and CI/CD Pipeline

What is a data pipeline?

Data pipeline components

Data pipeline types and use cases

Implementation options for data pipelines

Continuous Delivery Pipeline

Data Pipelines On AWS, Microsotf Azure, GCP

Use Case: Traditional analytics

Use Case: Real-time analytics

Use Case: ML Pipeline

Module Quiz

AWS CodePipeline Demo: Best Practices for Data Pipelines Release Process  

 

Module 6: MLOps

Define MLOps

Evolution of the MLOps

ML/AI and MLOps capabilities

Implement AI/ML

AI/ML/MLOps Stack Canvas

Deploy ML/AI

MLOps Maturity Level

MLOps Infrastructure Stack

MLOps Principles

Use Case

Module Quiz

Tool Demo: Data Versioning and Data Lineage With Pachyderm

Module 7: Deployment Strategies

Deployment Strategies Defi ned

Deployment Best Practices

Deployment Use Cases

Monolith Vs SOA Vs Microservices

Tool Demo: Kubernetes Blue Green Deployment

Module Quiz

Module 8: Observability

What is Observability?

Primary Data Classes of Observability

Objectives of Observability

Difference between Monitoring and Observability

Synthetic Monitoring Vs Real User Monitoring

Why Architectures Require Observability

Building a Continuously Observable System

Use and benefits of observability for SREs

Enterprise Observability Strategy

Measuring Organizations Observability

Observability in containers and microservices

Criteria for good observability tools

Module Quiz
Tool Overview: Elastic Observability

 

Target Audience

Anyone starting or leading a move towards increased reliability

Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches

Business Managers

Business Stakeholders

Change Agents

Consultants

DevOps Practitioners

IT Directors

IT Managers

IT Team Leaders

Product Owners

Scrum Masters

SRE Engineers

System Integrators

Tool Providers