Blameless

San Mateo, CA, USA
2017
Sep 24, 2020   |  By Emily Arnott
We live in the era of software convenience, where we take for granted that hundreds of services are always at our fingertips. These applications become part of our daily routines because they are so reliable. However, this consistency makes reliability work invisible to the end user. It can be difficult to appreciate the effort behind maintaining a high availability service. Because of that, people may misunderstand exactly what makes a service reliable.
Sep 17, 2020   |  By Emily Arnott
We live in an era of reliability where users depend on having consistent access to services. When choosing between competing services, no feature is more important to users than reliability. But what does reliability mean? To answer this question, we’ll break down reliability in terms of other metrics within reliability engineering: availability and maintainability. Distinguishing these terms isn’t a matter of semantics.
Sep 15, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
Here’s the September issue of SREview! This monthly zine features epic Tweets, content, and events happening in the SRE and resilience engineering community.
Sep 11, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
Blameless recently had the privilege of hosting some fantastic leaders in the SRE and resilience community for a panel discussion. Our panelists discussed testing in production, how feature flagging and testing can help us do that, and how to get managers to be on board with testing in production. The transcript below has been lightly edited, and if you’re interested in watching the full panel, you can do so here.
Sep 8, 2020   |  By Emily Arnott
Site reliability engineering is a multifaceted movement that combines many practices, mentalities, and cultural values. It looks holistically at how an organization can become more resilient, operating on every level from server hardware to team morale. At each level, SRE is applied to improve the reliability of relevant systems. With such wide-reaching impact, it can be helpful to take time to reevaluate how to improve the reliability of a system.
Sep 3, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
With complex architectures, gaining visibility into systems is becoming more difficult. Additionally, with the move to remote work, it’s more important than ever before to adapt to new modes of work such as asynchronous collaboration. So how do we adjust to these changing times? In a CIO panel hosted by Lightspeed Venture Partners, industry experts came together to discuss these questions. Below are key insights from their conversation.
Sep 2, 2020   |  By Hannah Culver
SLOs are key pillars in organizations’ reliability journeys. But, once you’ve set your SLOs, you need to know what to do with them. If they’re only metrics that you’re paged for once in a blue moon, they’ll become obsolete. To make sure your SLOs stay relevant, determine error budgets and policies for your teams. In this blog, we’ll look at the basics of error budgeting, how to set corresponding policies, and how to operationalize SLOs for the long term.
Sep 1, 2020   |  By Emily Arnott
As you implement SRE practices and culture at your organization, you’ll realize everyone has a part to play. From engineers setting SLOs, to management upholding the virtue of blamelessness, to marketing teams conducting retrospectives on email campaigns, there’s no part of an organization that doesn’t benefit from the SRE mentality.
Aug 26, 2020   |  By Hannah Culver
When embarking on your SRE journey, it can seem daunting to decipher all the acronyms. What are SLOs versus SLAs? What’s the difference between SLIs and SLOs? In this blog post, we’ll cover what SLI, SLO, and SLA mean and how they contribute to your reliability goals.
Aug 25, 2020   |  By Blameless Community
Application delivery is getting harder each day with the rise in complexity, the demand for services to be always-available, and the increasing pressure on teams to innovate. Service level objectives, or SLOs, can help. In this blog, we’ll discuss how SLOs are the key to modern application delivery, how to manage and measure them, the importance of observability for your SLO solution, and how to begin the journey to reliable application delivery today.

Blameless offers the only complete reliability engineering platform that brings together AI-driven incident resolution, blameless postmortems, SLOs/Error Budgets, and reliability insights reports and dashboards, enabling businesses to optimize reliability and innovation.

Enabling modern software businesses to adopt SRE best practices:

  • Incident Resolution: Use AI to engage the right people and teams in the right way to stop problems fast, ensure customer satisfaction and prevent incidents from happening again.
  • Blameless Postmortems: Learn without pointing fingers, ensuring continuous improvements. We automatically bring relevant information, proper context and industry best practices to your postmortem process.
  • SLOs/Error Budgets: Create SLOs and see your remaining error budgets with the SLO dashboard. Teams gain insight into what parts of the business are consuming the error budget, allowing them to make informed decisions between releasing new features and reliability.
  • Reliability Insights: Blameless will allow your business to consume event data across your entire DevOps stack, query the data, and create custom dashboards, meaning teams can quickly find signals amongst their DevOps data noise.

The Complete Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Platform.