SRE Practitioner (SREP)℠ eLearning
Become a fully certified site reliability engineer with this fully accredited SRE Practitioner course from Good e-Learning!
Optimizing speed, collaboration, and reliability is crucial for the health and effectiveness of software pipelines. SRE drives the release of world-class code while also bridging the gaps between teams and helping to maximize efficiency, agility, and transparency wherever possible. With clear tracking metrics and a philosophy of continuous improvement, SRE helps businesses keep their digital services at the forefront of the market!
Who is this course aimed at?
Anyone focused on large-scale service scalability and reliability
Anyone interested in modern IT leadership and organizational change approaches
Business Managers, Business Stakeholders, Change Agents, Consultants, DevOps Engineers, IT Directors, IT Managers, IT Team Leaders, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Software Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Integrators, Tool Providers
Anyone looking to pass the official SRE Practitioner (SREP) examination
What will you learn by taking this course?
How to identify and avoid SRE antipatterns
How to define SLO and SLI targets in distributed ecosystems
How to perform error budget calculations and what you can do with your error budget
What makes systems secure and reliable and how to enable this by design
How to use full-stack observability to gain key insight into the health of your systems
The benefits of building and operating a common platform as a product for technology teams
The role of AIOps in improving the efficiency of IT services and how to implement it
How to leverage the incident command framework and the OODA loop in incident response management
How chaos engineering experimentation helps build confidence in your systems
Principles and responsibilities for SRE execution and how to establish a roadmap for implementing SRE
Everything needed to pass the official SRE Practitioner (SREP) exam
Why should you take this course?
Site reliability engineers are in extremely high demand and can enjoy higher salaries than non-certified colleagues
SRE empowers software pipelines with greater speed, collaboration, reliability, and quality
SRE is relevant to a variety of candidates, including software developers, operations staff, DevOps engineers, non-certified site reliability engineers, and anyone else involved in organizational change and IT leadership
This course comes with a variety of engaging online training assets, including knowledge checks, mock exams, and videos led by highly qualified instructors
Good e-Learning is an award-winning online training provider and a Trusted Education Partner for the DevOps Institute
The Good e-Learning support team is fully qualified to answer questions on course content
Worried about SRE certification costs? Good e-Learning offers a FREE exam voucher with this course, as well as a FREE resit via Exam Pledge(T&Cs apply)
The course is fully accredited by the DevOps Institute
Syllabus:SRE Practitioner (SREP)℠ eLearning
An Introduction to SRE Practitioner (SREP) Learning Objectives
Module zero introduces you to the course’s main features, along with its learning plan, aims, objectives, and structure.
The module also offers a syllabus, diagram pack, glossary, further reading and links document, and links to download essential copies of the framework publications. It also contains some of the most frequently asked questions about the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner qualification, including what you can expect from the exam.
Finally, the module provides an assessment to help you see how much you remember from the Foundation syllabus.
Module 1: SRE Antipatterns Learning Objectives
This module covers site reliability engineering antipatterns, which are patterns of behavior that are unproductive and have a negative impact on work.
Module 2: Service Levels and Error Budgets Learning Objectives
This module looks at how to identify system boundaries, define capabilities for each system, define SLI for each capability, define SLO targets, and measure the baseline. It also covers multi-service architecture, as well as how to calculate error budgets and use them effectively.
Module 3: Building Secure and Reliable Systems Learning Objectives
This module talks about the role of site reliability engineers in systems design and the important considerations to make regarding the changing landscape and security needs of today’s landscape. It also explores current approaches and technologies available for system design, as well as design patterns for building secure, resilient, scalable, and reliable systems.
Module 4: Full-Stack Observability Learning Objectives
This module covers the key elements of observability and looks at how instrumentation makes systems more observable.
Module 5: Review: Modules 1-4 Learning Objectives
This module features an opportunity for learners to reflect on the key concepts and terms covered in modules 1-4. Students play a memory game and are also given access to a concept checker.
Module 6: Platform SRE and AIOps Learning Objectives
This module looks at the benefits of adopting a platform-centric view and building and operating a common platform as a product. It also covers how artificial intelligence in IT operations works and how to implement it.
Module 7: SRE and Incident Management Learning Objectives
This module covers the key elements of incident management based on the incident command framework and how the OODA loop can be used to integrate process, technology, and resources for incident responses.
Module 8: Chaos Engineering Learning Objectives
Chaos engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s ability to withstand turbulent conditions. This module goes into detail on how to set up a game day exercise required to practice chaos engineering. It also dispels the myths around the subject.
Module 9: Implementing SRE Practices Learning Objectives
This module covers the role of SRE in optimizing operations and realizing a DevOps culture. It also goes into detail on the various steps and models used for SRE implementation and execution.
Module 10: Review: Modules 6-9 Learning Objectives
This module provides an opportunity for learners to reflect on the key concepts and terms covered in Modules 6-9. Students play a memory game and are also given access to a concept checker.
Module 11: Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner Wrap-Up Learning Objectives
This module brings the course to an end. It revisits earlier modules in the course to help students prepare for the exam.
Practice Exams Learning Objectives
This module contains two practice exams. These can help candidates get used to the conditions of the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Practitioner exam before attempting the real thing.