Site Reliability Engineer is a job title we are starting to see more and more these days. What does it mean? Where does it come from? Learn from Google's SRE team.
Benjamin Treynor Sloss
Benjamin Treynor Sloss coined the term "Site Reliability Engineering" and has been responsible for global operations, networking, and production engineering at Google since 2003. As of 2016, he manages a team of approximately 4,000 software, hardware, and network engineers across the globe.