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Do you consider a portion or all of your responsibility to be SRE-related tasks?

     
 
Where are you located?


 
What is the highest degree or level of school you have completed?


 
What was your primary area of study?

 
How long have you been working in tech?


 
Prior to your current role, what role(s) have you had?


 
How many employees work at your company?


 
What is the primary industry or line of business?


 
How many hours a week do you work on average?


 
Where does your team work?


 
The SRE team rolls up to:


 
How many SREs are in your organization?


 
What technical skills are required for an SRE to be successful?


 
What non-technical skills are required for an SRE to be successful?


 
What are your primary job functions?


 
What percentage of time are you dealing with the daily care and feeding of applications vs writing code?

 
Do you support software primarily for internal (other employees, partners, etc) or external users?


 
What service level indicators are most important for your services?


 
What metrics are used to define success at the individual, team, and organization level?


 
During an incident or outage how does your team/organization communicate?


 
How often do you conduct disaster recovery scenarios such as Game Days, Chaos Engineering, hackathons, etc.


 
Your infrastructure stack is:


 
How often does your organization deploy code?


 
What tools can you not live without?


 
What is your preferred method of collecting monitoring/observability data:


 
What are the primary uses of monitoring/observability data?


 
Please indicate the extent to which you agree with the following statements:

1= Strongly disagree
2= Somewhat disagree
3= Neutral/no opinion
4= Somewhat agree
5= Strongly agree
 
It’s easy to collaborate with my team and others at my organization.






 
I have visibility into what other teams are working on.






 
Our organization has a well-established DevOps culture (feedback loops, CI/CD, collaboration, learn from failures).






 
Engineers and developers in my organization understand how their changes impact the performance of their applications and services.






 
Engineers and developers in my organization understand how their changes impact the performance of their applications and services.






 
Our organization has access to a wide range of monitoring and observability tools






 
The SRE team is a well-respected and valued part of the organization






 
There is no shadow IT in my organization






 
The SRE role is well communicated and understood throughout the engineering department






 
The SRE role is well communicated and understood throughout the organization






 
Our team has automated everything that can possibly be automated






 
We strictly follow and adhere to our defined error budgets






 
My role directly contributes to one of the organizations core business outcomes






 
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