Take the survey
Last year we conducted a survey of over 400 SREs with the goal of finding what it really means to be an SRE. We explored the skills, the tool set used, and the corporate culture to determine if there is a core set of principles across teams and organizations.
This year we are back with a focus on outages and incidents. What impact do incidents have on the organization and the people responding to the incidents? How does this change across industry and organization?
The survey has 35 questions. It should take about 10 minutes to complete
For each completed submission, $5 will be donated to the charities below*
100 respondents will receive a subscription to Calm
You get the first copy of the survey results
Organizations need to focus not only on building healthy, resilient systems but making sure employees are healthy and resilient as well. Your submission contributes $5 towards these charities with a focus on mental health in technology.
About the Charities
Open Sourcing Mental Illness (OSMI) is dedicated to raising awareness, educating, and providing resources to support mental wellness in the tech and open source communities.
Prompt encourages conversations about mental health at tech conferences and meetups. Their mission is to help improve the lives of developers affected by depression, anxiety, and other mental illness.
*Donations will be capped at $3,000
Catchpoint is on a mission to make the Internet better. Making the Internet better requires putting people first – both the people using your application and services and the people supporting them. The SRE role is essential to that mission. The more we know about our users, the more we can help.
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