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Ops in the Serverless

Ops in the Serverless

A function is deployed, and alerts go off. When our intrepid site reliability engineer responds to the change in availability, she begins the task of debugging and implementing new tests to catch the issue in future deployments. While the nature and complexity of computing changes, the need for specialized operations engineering skills increases.

In this talk, we examine the role of Operations, how it has evolved with the advent of new compute paradigms and what the future looks like. We’ll use the serverless platform to examine three critical areas of operational readiness of testing, monitoring, and debugging.

Jennifer Davis

June 13, 2019
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  2. Functions
    Platform
    Infrastructure
    On Prem

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  3. Plan
    Procure
    Deploy
    Maintain
    Support
    Retire
    Dispose

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  4. Plan
    Deploy
    Support

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  5. Discovery
    Development
    Build
    Release
    Deploy
    Monitor

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  6. Discovery
    Development
    Build
    Release
    Deploy
    Monitor

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  7. Discovery
    Development
    Build
    Release
    Deploy
    Monitor

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  8. • CPU
    • Memory
    • Disk Utilization

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  9. • Duration
    • Invocations
    • Errors
    • Throttles
    Story

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  10. In their efforts to compensate for the
    unreliability of human performance, the
    designers of automated control systems have
    unwittingly created opportunities for new error
    types that can be even more serious than those
    they were seeking to avoid.
    — James Reason
    Managing the Risks of Organizational Accidents

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