podcast March 19, 2021

Podcast 322: Getting Dev and Ops to actually work together

How to create a positive feedback loop between your developers and your SRE team.
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Director of Content

On today’s episode we chat with Tom Limoncelli, a site reliability engineering manager at Stack Overflow. Tom talks about his time at places like Bell Labs and Google, how he creates runbooks, and the secret to building a healthy relationship between developers and operations.

Episode Notes

You can check out more of Tom’s work and some of his books on his website, Everything SysAdmin

Tom also wrote a great blog post for our site that explains his method for crafting a positive feedback loop between Dev and Ops using real-time documentation.

You can find Tom on Twitter and check out his books on Sys Admin and  Cloud System Administration.


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Content Writer