Service level objectives (SLOs) provide a way of improving reliability, work-prioritization, and user happiness. Unfortunately, many consider SLOs as something for SRE teams or underutilize SLOs as just another name for KPIs. But this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Navya Dwarakanath, Senior Solutions Engineer at Catchpoint, and Alex Hidalgo, Director of Site Reliability Engineering at Nobl9, discuss ways of implementing error budgets, selecting user-centric SLOs and SLIs, monitoring strategies for each stage of SLO maturity, and real-world scenarios where SLO-based decision making enabled users to meet their business objectives.
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Catchpoint, the global leader in Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM), empowers business and IT leaders to protect and advance the experiences of their customers and employees. Catchpoint offers the largest and most geographically distributed monitoring network in the industry that leaders like Google, L'Oréal, Verizon, Oracle, LinkedIn, Honeywell and Priceline trust to proactively detect, repair and optimize customer and employee experiences,
Nobl9, the software reliability platform startup, is in the noble pursuit of reliable software. Founded by Marcin Kurc and Brian Singer, Nobl9 helps software developers, DevOps practitioners, and reliability engineers deliver reliable features faster through software-defined Service Level Objectives that link monitoring and other logging and tracing data to user happiness and business KPIs.