The Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) role often seems a bit mysterious to folks working at smaller and mid-sized companies, where the team isn’t large enough to separate into SRE, operations, and other teams. What does and SRE do, and how is it different from what the average network engineer does? In this Network Collective Off the Cuff, we sit with Michael Kehoe of LinkedIn to discuss the role of the SRE.
In this community roundtable over at the Network Collective, Jordan, Eyvonne, Nick, and I discuss some interesting use cases for MPLS. This is part of our ongoing series about protocols.
On this community roundtable at the Network Collective, we’re talking about building resilient networks with Pete Welcher, Jody Lemoine, and John Herbert. This was a terrific discussion of all those things you might not think about.
In episode 5 the Network Collective panel dives deep into the inner-workings of EIGRP and how to tune the protocol to work best for you. This isn’t your run of the mill EIGRP training session though, so buckle up and dig in to learn a lot about a protocol which appears pretty straight forward on the surface.
This last week I was on the Network Collective discussing EIGRP with Nick Russo; even if you think this protocol is dead, it’s well worth watching or listening to. And if this isn’t enough EIGRP for you, the EIGRP book on Addision-Wesley is another good resource.