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This course wraps up the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation learning path with a quick recap of the topics covered.
Congratulations on completing the Site Reliability Engineering learning path. We hope you found this content both informative and engaging. Before we finish, I'll provide a quick recap of the concepts we've covered.
In the first course, I introduced you to SRE principles and practices. The second course then reviewed Service Level Objectives and error budgets. In the third course, I introduced you to the concept of reducing toil. In the fourth course, I then provided you with information on monitoring and service level indicators. Course five was all about SRE tools and automation. Picking the right tools for the right job. Next, in course six, we examined the concept of antifragility and the importance of learning from failure. Course seven was all about the organizational impact of taking on SRE. And then, in the final course, course eight, we looked at how SRE stacks up against other delivery frameworks and what the future holds for SRE going forward.
Okay, that brings this learning path to a close. We suggest you perform the final assessment exam if you haven't done so already. This will give you an idea of which areas you might need to continue or review. Also, consider taking the accredited DevOps Institute SRE foundation exam to certify your SRE skills and knowledge. The one-hour exam consists of 40 multiple choice questions and requires a pass mark of 65% or greater.
Finally, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions and or comments regarding this learning path. And once again, congratulations on completing this learning path. And good luck with your Site Reliability Engineering adventures ahead.
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He has a strong background in software engineering, and has been coding with various languages, frameworks, and systems for the past 25+ years. In recent times, Jeremy has been focused on DevOps, Cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure), Security, Kubernetes, and Machine Learning.
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