KubeCon 2019 Survey - Squadcast
Help us by completing this short survey on SRE practices to get your free goodie! :)
Email address *
Name of your organisation *
Your answer
What role describes you best? *
Choose the one that most closely resembles your title
Do you have an SRE team today? *
How many production services does your organisation have? *
How many hours on average do you have to be on-call, on a weekly basis? *
How many people do you share your on-call rotation with? *
What alerting and on-call / incident management tool are you using today? *
Any other tools not listed above that are crucial for your alert routing and on-call management workflows? *
Your answer
How often do you receive alerts that are not relevant to you? *
How often do you receive alerts that are relevant but have little to no context? *
Alerts with no context means you have to check other systems / tools to understand what the alert really means
Does your team keep a close watch on metrics that determine system health? *
How do you track these metrics today? (Check all that apply) *
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What monitoring tools do you use today? (Check all that apply) *
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What collaboration tools do you use today? (Check all that apply) *
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Any other tools not listed above that are crucial to your monitoring and incident triage process? *
Your answer
Do you have incidents for which recovery or resolution could be automated (by immediately triggering actions on 3rd party tools or running pre-defined scripts)? *
What is your top source of Toil (manual, repetitive, tactical tasks that scale linearly as a service grows)? *
This could be on-call alerts, maintenance alerts for services, manual/semi-manual deployments, etc.
Your answer
What kind of incident documentation do you have in place today? (Check all that apply) *
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Do you use Error budgets today? *
Do you use Toil budgets today? *
What industry best fits your company?
What would you say are the most important features you want in a SRE platform?
Your answer
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