How the Practitioners are using DevOps & SRE

How Practitioners are using DevOps & SRE

How Practitioners are using DevOps & SRE

A DevOps Practitioner panel discussion was held on May 6 where the topic of discussion was on “How the Practitioners are using DevOps & SRE and how both are helping them in the current situation.” The four DevOps practitioner speakers - Priya Patra, Divya Vaishnavi, Shira Shamban, and Amar Prusty, who were in interaction with Dr. Niladri Choudhuri. They shared a thought-provoking discussion about how they are adopting DevOps and SRE, and how DevOps and SRE help in the current circumstances and what they expect as practitioners to do differently in the new normal; what are the fresh challenges offered by DevOps and SRE to the practitioners!

Panel Members

Shira Shamban
Co-Founder & CEO, Persolvo.io, USA
Priya Patra
Program Manager, Capgemini, India
Divya Vaishnavi
Senior Program Manager, Microsoft, India
Amar Prusty
Cloud Data Center Consultant Architect, DXC Technology, India

Highlights of the Discussion

  • How the adoption of DevOps and SRE is helping in the current scenario for organizations to handle this decentralized kind of work?
  • What about the security part and what are the current challenges which the practitioners are facing?
  • How has the adoption of DevOps helped the practitioners during this phase?
  • In the current scenario, cloud adoption is increasing, so how to use it and whether the practitioners are really getting into the right knowledge of cloud?
  • As lots of people are taking the cloud route, so as practitioners and leaders what should they do differently, to be able to adopt it properly, and make sure it is not creating a cost-intensive affair?
  • From the system integrator working environments into one common CI/CD pipeline, where multiple vendors and the organization's any customer is coming together, will the practices help in achieving them?
  • In the current scenario, what is that for the leaders that they do get things more secure, even from the tools' point of view?
  • From the architecture point of view, how can one enable in their architecture things to be much more stable and reliable?
  • In the Azure scenario, how one should add on to the logging and management to monitor and actually increasing it further to observe?
  • In terms of how do the leaders get their people to understand and also implement the observability in their work and help in it?
  • With the cloud scenario, and having the server lists and the containers, how do the leaders bring in that observability with such situations?
  • How to take care of observability and monitoring from the security aspect?
  • How do the leaders get their people to experiment more with how Azure helps in trying out things and be ready for the weaknesses?
  • What are the thoughts on chaos engineering and what it takes to help, from the architect’s point of view?
  • Should the leaders also do chaos engineering with respect to security and how to do it?
  • What is the main message for the practitioner community?