Velocity, ownership, automation: such are some of the widely recognized benefits of a DevOps approach. But real-world issues like upstream outages, coordination, and incident management don’t automatically resolve themselves just because you’ve merged two formerly separate teams or instituted agile practices. That’s why Airbnb has taken DevOps to the next level: SysOps!

In a presentation at FutureStack16 San Francisco entitled “Own Your Own Impact,” Cameron Tuckerman-Lee, site reliability engineer at Airbnb, explained how embracing SysOps can make incident response efforts more effective and efficient.

Watch the full video below to learn how Airbnb keeps response times (and team-members) “sane”:

Watch other great presentations from the event:

You can see all available FutureStack16 San Francisco presentation videos, including the keynotes, at our FutureStack16 San Francisco YouTube playlist.

 

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