Red Hat does managed services. We do DevOps in the style of the Google SRE Book. We’re a decent sized and growing org that supports customers 24/7. Our team is at the forefront of operationalizing OpenShift 4’s revolutionary set of capabilities, and are a way-to-market for many of Red Hat’s newest portfolio offerings.
What does a day-in-the-life of a Red Hat SRE look like… You remember these, don’t you?
If you drop into one of our Slack channels, you might find some interesting discussions on
- Building and maintaining CI/CD pipelines.
- Writing Operators in golang to handle managed services use-cases.
- Handling upgrades of managed OpenShift clusters.
- Chatting with cloud provider technical teams on weird quirks of their API.
- Debugging bizarre, nearly intractable production issues using the scientific method.
- Ensuring our managed OpenShift platforms are the most secure offerings possible.
- Patternfly-based front-end work: https://cloud.redhat.com/openshift
- We should probably write a library that lets teams version control their SLI/SLO/SLAs and generate Grafana dashboards from them.
- Prometheus and Grafana and Thanos ftw.
- Developing the microservices behind api.openshift.com.
- Actually operating those microservices.