What site reliability engineering (SRE) and how is it different from DevOps?

Site reliability engineering (SRE) is Google’s approach to service management where software engineers run production systems using a software engineering approach. It’s clear that Google is unique, and they usually need to tackle software bugs and errors in different and non-conventional ways.

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A guide to Apdex score: Calculations, improvements, and more

Apdex scores are a fantastic, simple tool you can use today to better understand how your development team is doing, how it can be improved, and the impact of almost every change to your service. They’re also likely a part of your Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with your customers, which help them understand your platform’s availability.
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C# Logging best practices in 2019 with examples and tools

Applications that have been deployed to production must be monitored. One of the best ways to monitor application behavior is by emitting, saving, and indexing log data. Logs can be sent to a variety of applications for indexing, where they can then be searched when problems arise.