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- Absence of a signal is itself a signal
- Nobody wants backups, everybody wants restores.
- The severity of an incident is measured by the number of rules broken in resolving it.
- The only other person who knows how this works is also on vacation.
- Turning things off permanently is surprisingly difficult.
- Big data is much bigger than you think. Think carefully before using Big Data solutions for solving your problems.
- Using cloud infractructure is in an very high number of situations a expensive an inflexible approach.
If you are serious about the non functional attributes of your system, it has a huge impact on your software- and system-architecture.
- Without having a strong IT governance/strategy, the technology hipsters and product owners will efficently implement a cloud platform vendor lockin.
- Do not run your GIT services on the same cloud, you are running your production system.
- If your corporate IT is slow or horrible, the cloud can save your ass.
- strace(1)/ktrace(1) doesn't lie. Unless somebody's been playing LD_PRELOAD games.
- If they promise you to implement and rollout the "security things" after project launch, accept that it's not gonna be good anymore.
- You're bound by the CAP theorem much more often than you may think.
- The hardest problem in sre is fighting the urge to solve a different, more interesting problem than the one at hand.
THE SRE WISDOM [github scoopex]