Euan leads a team at the Financial Times, supporting microservices and Kubernetes.
Recently, friends have convinced him to go on stage and make noises at people - an experience he describes as "not terrible".
On the Ops-ier side of DevOps, he has occasionally admitted to being a sysadmin in public.
More and more developers are expected to be on-call, provide out-of-hours support, and respond to production outages. Without much experience handling incidents, it can be scary, intimidating, and feel like being dropped in the deep end. But it doesn’t have to be that way!
Over the past few years on the FT’s Content team, we’ve transformed our incident response – from a number of mildly terrifying multi-hour outages, to a stable platform where team members feel comfortable on-call.
This talk will provide practical tips and advice on:
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