Supercharging Your Stack with Interactive Automation

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"Automate Everything" is a popular mantra in modern DevOps and SRE, yet human judgment is still a key factor in every stack's management, from daily operations to incidents.

Join instigator and co-author of the Google SRE books, and Azure SRE lead, Niall Murphy, and Transposit co-founder and CTO, Tina Huang, for a fireside chat about how to make the most of automation in your engineering org. Niall and Tina will discuss real-world examples of how engineering teams across DevOps, SRE, and IT can introduce more automation to their stacks, while keeping humans in the loop at key decision points for maximum uptime, increased reliability, and faster resolution.

About Transposit: Transposit is the DevOps management platform for the modern stack. We turn alerts into action in a Mission Control command center and directly where teams communicate, like Slack, while keeping real-time analytics and automatic documentation. Teams that use Transposit live better on-call lives and achieve better results with increased uptime and faster incident resolution.

Bios: Tina Huang is the co-founder and CTO of Transposit. As a software engineer, Tina built infrastructure, services, and frameworks at tech giants Apple, Google, and Twitter. She was also a founding engineer at Sigma Computing and an EIR at Sutter Hill Ventures.

Niall Murphy works in Azure Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) from Microsoft’s Dublin, Ireland office. He helps teams across the world to look after critical components of the Azure cloud. He has worked in Internet infrastructure since the mid-1990s, is the author/co-author of numerous best-selling and award-winning books (Site Reliability Engineering most notably), and is probably one of the few people in the world who holds degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Poetry Studies. He lives in Dublin, Ireland, with his wife and two special needs children.