Blameless

2017
San Mateo, CA, USA
May 29, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
Welcome to the SREview! This zine will feature epic Tweets, content, and events happening in the SRE and resilience engineering community throughout the month.
May 26, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
Over a year ago, Blameless launched the industry’s first end-to-end SRE platform to help software teams innovate without sacrificing reliability. As Service Level Objectives (SLOs) provide an anchor for reliability targets and corresponding decisions, they are the foundational step toward helping teams truly adopt SRE best practices. Today, we are very excited to announce our new SLO platform, giving teams a shared language on how to focus their engineering efforts.
May 20, 2020   |  By Hannah Culver
Psychological safety is a crucial component of any organization’s culture. Psychologically safe organizations are free to create, discuss, disagree, take risks, and make mistakes. These organizations are often the ones we see as key innovators in their unique industries. In other words, cultivating a culture of psychological safety is paramount in order to succeed.
May 12, 2020   |  By Blameless
Resilience in Action is a podcast about all things resilience, from SRE to software engineering, to how it affects our personal lives, and more. Resilience in Action is hosted by Blameless Staff SRE Amy Tobey. Amy has been an SRE and DevOps practitioner since before those names existed. She cares deeply about her community of SREs and wants to take what she’s learned over the 20+ years of her career to help others.
May 6, 2020   |  By Hannah Culver
During this crisis, we’re all trying our best to keep ourselves and others healthy, manage chaotic homes, and prioritize our mental health. However, this can be difficult even when we’re not experiencing a pandemic. With the added stress, burnout is occurring at an alarming rate with people unable to separate home from work, the increased burden of keeping everything on and heightened on-call loads, and the strain on communication.