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The Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) certification course by DevOpsSchool will help you to learn the principles & practices that allows an organization to reliably and economically scale critical services. SRE is a process of operations which emphasize to accumulate software engineering and automation solutions to ensure that continuously delivered applications are running efficiently and reliably. Our SRECP course highlights the progression of SRE in modern software engineering process and its future direction and prepares learners with the methods, practices, and tools to engage workforce across the organization involved in reliability and stability evidenced through the use of real-life scenarios and case stories.

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What is Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)?

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a discipline that incorporates aspects of software engineering and applies them to infrastructure and operations problems. The main goals are to create scalable and highly reliable software systems. According to Ben Treynor, founder of Google's Site Reliability Team, SRE is "what happens when a software engineer is tasked with what used to be called operations."

Know about Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP)?

Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) is a certification from The Objective of this certification and its associated course is to impart, test and validate knowledge of SRE vocabulary, principles and practices. Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) is intended to provide individuals an understanding of basic SRE concepts and how SRE may be used to improve operational activities by applying Site Reliability Engineering principles and engineering practices in Software Development Lifecycle.

This course teaches the theory of Service Level Objectives (SLOs), a principled way of describing and measuring the desired reliability of a service. Upon completion, Certified Professional should be able to apply these principles to develop the first SLOs for services they are familiar with in their own organizations.

Certified Professional will also learn how to use Service Level Indicators (SLIs) to quantify reliability and Error Budgets to drive business decisions around engineering for greater reliability. The learner will understand the components of a meaningful SLI and walk through the process of developing SLIs and SLOs for an example service.

What is Advantage of SRECP certification?

A Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) Engineer is a professional who understands the principles of performance evaluation and prediction to improve product/systems safety, reliability and maintainability.

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Detailed Course Outline
  • The Sysadmin Approach to Service Management
  • Google’s Approach to Service Management: Site Reliability Engineering
  • Tenets of SRE
  • Demand Forecasting and Capacity Planning
  • Efficiency and Performance
  • Hardware
  • System Software That “Organizes” the Hardware
  • Storage
  • Networking
  • Monitoring and Alerting
  • Embracing Risk
  • Managing Risk
  • Motivation for Error Budgets
  • Benefits
  • Service Level Terminology
  • Indicators in Practice
  • What Do You and Your Users Care About?
  • Agreements in Practice
  • Toil Defined
  • Why Less Toil Is Better
  • Why Monitor?
  • Setting Reasonable Expectations for Monitoring
  • Symptoms Versus Causes
  • Black-Box Versus White-Box
  • As Simple as Possible, No Simpler
  • Bigtable SRE: A Tale of Over-Alerting
  • Gmail: Predictable, Scriptable Responses from Humans
  • The Value of Automation
  • A Platform
  • Faster Repairs
  • Faster Action
  • Automate Yourself Out of a Job: Automate ALL the Things!
  • Resolving Inconsistencies Idempotently
  • Borg: Birth of the Warehouse-Scale Computer
  • The Role of a Release Engineer
  • Philosophy
  • Self-Service Model
  • Testing
  • Packaging
  • Configuration Management
  • System Stability Versus Agility
  • The Virtue of Boring
  • Minimal APIs
  • Modularity
  • Release Simplicity
  • Instrumentation of Applications
  • Collection of Exported Data
  • Storage in the Time-Series Arena
  • Labels and Vectors
  • Alerting
  • Life of an On-Call Engineer
  • Balanced On-Call
  • Balance in Quantity
  • Balance in Quality
  • Theory
  • In Practice
  • Problem Report
  • Triage
  • What to Do When Systems Break
  • Test-Induced Emergency
  • Response
  • Keep a History of Outages
  • Unmanaged Incidents
  • Poor Communication
  • Freelancing
  • Live Incident State Document
  • Clear, Live Handoff
  • A Managed Incident
  • Google’s Postmortem Philosophy
  • Collaborate and Share Knowledge
  • Escalator
  • Outalator
  • Aggregation
  • Tagging
  • Analysis
  • Types of Software Testing
  • Traditional Tests
  • Production Tests
  • Testing at Scale

  • Why Is Software Engineering Within SRE Important?
  • Traditional Capacity Planning
  • Intent-Based Capacity Planning
  • Fostering Software Engineering in SRE
  • Power Isn’t the Answer
  • Load Balancing Using DNS
  • Load Balancing at the Virtual IP Address
  • The Ideal Case
  • Identifying Bad Tasks: Flow Control and Lame Ducks
  • A Simple Approach to Unhealthy Tasks: Flow Control
  • A Robust Approach to Unhealthy Tasks: Lame Duck State
  • The Pitfalls of “Queries per Second”
  • Per-Customer Limits
  • Client-Side Throttling
  • Criticality
  • Handling Overload Errors
  • Deciding to Retry
  • Load from Connections
  • Causes of Cascading Failures and Designing to Avoid Them
  • Server Overload
  • Resource Exhaustion
  • Service Unavailability
  • Preventing Server Overload
  • Queue Management
  • Planned Changes, Drains, or Turndowns
  • Testing for Cascading Failures
  • Motivating the Use of Consensus: Distributed Systems Coordination Failure
  • Case Study 1: The Split-Brain Problem
  • Case Study 2: Failover Requires Human Intervention
  • Case Study 3: Faulty Group-Membership Algorithms
  • How Distributed Consensus Works
  • Paxos Overview: An Example Protocol
  • System Architecture Patterns for Distributed Consensus
  • Reliable Replicated State Machines
  • Reliable Replicated Datastores and Configuration Stores
  • Cron
  • Reliability Perspective
  • Cron Jobs and Idempotency
  • Origin of the Pipeline Design Pattern
  • Initial Effect of Big Data on the Simple Pipeline Pattern
  • Challenges with the Periodic Pipeline Pattern
  • Data Integrity’s Strict Requirements
  • Choosing a Strategy for Superior Data Integrity
  • Data Integrity Is the Means; Data Availability Is the Goal
  • The 24 Combinations of Data Integrity Failure Modes
  • First Layer: Soft Deletion
  • Second Layer: Backups and Their Related Recovery Methods
  • Overarching Layer: Replication
  • Third Layer: Early Detection
  • Trust but Verify
  • Hope Is Not a Strategy
  • Launch Coordination Engineering
  • The Role of the Launch Coordination Engineer
  • Setting Up a Launch Process
  • Capacity Planning
  • Failure Modes
  • You’ve Hired Your Next SRE(s), Now What?
  • Initial Learning Experiences: The Case for Structure Over Chaos
  • Learning Paths That Are Cumulative and Orderly
  • Add your content...o Managing Operational Load
  • Factors in Determining How Interrupts Are Handled
  • Imperfect Machines
  • Cognitive Flow State
  • Phase 1: Learn the Service and Get Context
  • Identify the Largest Sources of Stress
  • Identify Kindling
  • Phase 2: Sharing Context
  • Write a Good Postmortem for the Team
  • Sort Fires According to Type
  • Phase 3: Driving Change
  • Start with the Basics *. Communication and Collaboration in SRE
  • Communications: Production Meetings
  • Collaboration within SRE
  • Team Composition
  • SRE Engagement: What, How, and Why
  • The PRR Model
  • The SRE Engagement Model
  • Alternative Support
  • Production Readiness Reviews: Simple PRR Model
  • Engagement
  • Analysis
  • Meet Our Industry Veterans
  • Preparedness and Disaster Testing
  • Relentless Organizational Focus on Safety


The attributes of SRE

“There are a lot of attributes SRE would share with any engineering discipline: pragmatic, objective, articulate, expressive,” says Theo Schlossnagle, founder of Circonus. “However, one that sets itself apart is a desire to straddle layers of abstraction.”

“The basic tenet of SRE is that doing operations well is a software problem. SRE should therefore use software engineering approaches to solve that problem.”

Maintaining 100% availability isn’t the goal of SRE. “Instead, the product team and the SRE team select an appropriate availability target for the service and its user base, and the service is managed to that SLO. Deciding on such a target requires strong collaboration from the business.”

— Toil is tedious, manual, work. SRE doesn’t accept toil as the default. “We believe that if a machine can perform a desired operation, then a machine often should. This is a distinction (and a value) not often seen in other organizations, where toil is the job, and that’s what you’re paying a person to do.”

Automation goes hand-in-hand with reducing toil by “determining what to automate, under what conditions, and how to automate it.”

The later a problem is discovered, the harder it is to fix. SRE addresses this issue. “SREs are specifically charged with improving undesirably late problem discovery, yielding benefits for the company as a whole.”

SRE aims to reduce boundaries. “Ideally, both product development and SRE teams should have a holistic view of the stack—the frontend, backend, libraries, storage, kernels, and physical machine—and no team should jealously own single components.”

In SRE, you can’t have different teams using different sets of tools. “There is no good way to manage a service that has one tool for the SREs and another for the product developers, behaving differently (and potentially catastrophically so) in different situations. The more divergence you have, the less your company benefits from each effort to improve each individual tool.”


Mock interviews by DevOpsSchool gives you the platform to prepare, practice and experience the real-life job interview. Familiarizing yourself with the interview environment beforehand in a relaxed and stress-free environment gives you an edge over your peers.

Our mock interviews will be conducted by industry experts with an average experience of 5+ years. So you’re sure to improve your chances of getting hired!


To put your knowledge on into action, you will be required to work on two industry-based projects that discuss significant real-time use cases.

These projects are completely in-line with the modules mentioned in the curriculum and help you to clear the certification exam.


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  • SRECP changes the landscape completely and we can observe it by this example: if you will see today in the job descriptions, you look at the developers today there is no Java developer there is no DOTNET developers there are full stack developers. All of them are powered by tools, everybody wants to release faster, everybody want to be more secure and therefore, if you don’t know how to combine your skills and role with the power of tools and automation which is DevOps, you will fall behind.
  • As SRECP at its core is a cultural shift from traditional way of working to a new approach of working together which allows building, testing, and deploying software rapidly, frequently, and reliably. This approach no doubt helps organization and enterprises to achieve their goals quicker and faster turnaround time to deploy the new features, security issues, and bug fixes.
  • But, it affects the entire work process and this change cannot be possible to implement overnight. SRECP shift asked for automation at several stages which helps in achieving Continuous Development, Continuous Integration, Continuous Testing, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Monitoring, Virtualization and Containerization to provide a quality product to the end user at a very fast pace. This requires careful and gradual implementation so as to not make a mess of the functioning of the organization
  • SRECP implementation requires peoples who can understand the organization current scenarios and helps them to implement this shift accordingly. There is no single tool or magic pill that can fix existing issues in organizations and achieve the purpose of SRECP to work on collaboration. Therefore a software engineer nowadays must possess the SRECP skills and mindset and required various tools knowledge and they should have that sound knowledge to understand where to use these tools accordingly to automate the complete process
  • Our SRECP Certified Professional training course is designed to make you a certified SRECP practitioner by providing you hands-on, lab based training which covers the best practices about Continuous Development, Continuous Testing, Configuration Management, including Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Monitoring of the software project throughout its complete life cycle.
  • Our SRECP curriculum covers all the content based on the market-research and as per the relevant industries demands in a certain way where each participant can get benefits with more content in short duration of time
  • We have top-notch industry experts as our SRECP instructors, mentors and coaches with at least 10-12 years of experience.
  • We will make sure to be taught by the best trainers and faculties in all classroom public batches and workshops available in Bangalore/Bengaluru.
  • We provide our each participant one real-time scenario based project and assignments to work on where they can implement their learnings after training. This project helps them to understand real-time work scenarios, challenges and how to overcome them easily.
  • We have the only SRECP course in the industry where one can learn top 16 trending tools of DevOps
  • We are working in the training and consulting domain from last 4 years and based on our experience we know that one size does not fit to all which means we know that our pre-decided agenda sometimes cannot work for you. In that scenario you can discuss with our subject matter experts to create training solutions that will address your or your team specific requirements
  • After training each participant will be awarded with industry-recognized SRECP Certified Professional certification from DevOpschool with association of which has a lifelong validity.
  • There are no as such specific pre-requisites but IT experience/Operations experience/DevOps knowledge is recommended

Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) Certification

What are the benefits of Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) certifications?

Certifications always play an important role in any profession. It is considered as one of the best way to determine one’s credibility and worth in the professional career. The same thing is applicable in Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP), if you are a certified Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) then you will get certain benefits:

  • Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) certification assure recruiters that the Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) whom we are going to hire have the skills, knowledge, and competency to perform the responsibilities what expected from them after hiring.
  • Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) as a technology is dominating the job market. SRECP engineer ranks #2 on Glassdoor's best jobs rankings. The role of SRECP certified professional has seen a 200% jump in postings on indeed" according to SD times report
  • This certified course helps anyone who aspires to make a career as a Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP).
  • Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) Certified Engineer is one of the most highly paid job roles in the world. Pay scale even for junior level SRECP practitioner is quite high.
  • According to indeed and other job portals, 80% of the companies pay more than $90000 starting salary to a SRECP Certified Professionals. Also, 35% pay at least $115000 and 17% more than $125000
  • Obviously there are several factors which affects salary for like geography, skills, company, it varies accordingly. In Cities like Bangalore/Hyderabad SRECP Certified Professional can expect - INR 3,25,672 - 19,42,394 which is not at all a bad package.
  • Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) is going to stay here for long time. Therefore organizations and as well as professionals need to change as they have no choice but to evolve. If they will evolve then then demands of certified professionals will definitely increase and the sooner you do it, the sooner you will be in a leading position.

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After the training each participant will get LIFETIME ACCESS of our Learning Management System (LMS) where you will get materials in the form of Class recordings, Notes, PDF slides, Web reference step by step guide, questions and answers, test module, exercise and sample projects.

Yes, All of our training demo and lab would be done in SRECP cloud platform where we can save lots of time for setting up the infrastructure for demo and lab. Our trainer also designed the course for quick learning and grasping method.

Yes, Snacks and Lunch would be served at training venue free of cost from our end.

Yes, we have DevOpsSchool forum. After the training you may post your issues and Instructors would reply you within 24 hours.

After successful completion of our Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP), every participants would be awarded with Site Reliability Engineering Certified Professional (SRECP) certificates approved by DevOpsSchool and Certification program which is industry recognized and does holds high value.

Once you make the payment based on the given instructions, you will receive the joining KIT within 12 hours.

Participants Feedback/Reviews


Abhinav Gupta, Pune


The training was very useful and interactive. Rajesh helped develop the confidence of all.


Indrayani, India


Rajesh is very good trainer. Rajesh was able to resolve our queries and question effectively. We really liked the hands-on examples covered during this training program.


Ravi Daur , Noida


Good training session about basic SRECP concepts. Working session were also good, howeverproper query resolution was sometimes missed, maybe due to time constraint.


Sumit Kulkarni, Software Engineer


Very well organized training, helped a lot to understand the SRECP concept and detailed related to various tools.Very helpful


Vinayakumar, Project Manager, Bangalore


Thanks Rajesh, Training was good, Appreciate the knowledge you poses and displayed in the training.


Abhinav Gupta, Pune


The training with DevOpsSchool was a good experience. Rajesh was very helping and clear with concepts. The only suggestion is to improve the course content.

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