Google describes its 'blameless post-mortem culture'

Stuart Sumner
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Phil Beevers explains the ethos behind Site Reliability Engineering at Google
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Phil Beevers explains the ethos behind Site Reliability Engineering at Google

Philip Beevers, site reliability manager at Google, tells Computing how the internet giant diagnoses faults

A 'blameless culture' is necessary to correctly identify and fix the root causes of faults, according to Philip Beevers, site reliability manager at Google. Speaking at the launch of Google's ne...

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