Nobl9 is organizing its very first SLO Conference, an online event focussed on Service Level Objectives. The conference finds its origin in the Beyond Seattle SRE Meetup that was started by Nobl9 COO Kit Merker. The community quickly learnt that there was real hunger for content around reliability practices, especially for Service Level Objectives. SLOConf brings those conversations together in a more curated fashion. We are covering the conference and will bring to you some of the most exciting discussions from the event through our exclusive interview series. In the first interview for the conference, Nobl9 CPO and co-founder Brian Singer joined us to talk about the adoption of SLO and also provided us with a sneak ‘preview’ of the event. If you have not yet registered for the conference, do it now.
[su_note note_color=”#000″ text_color=”#fff”]Brian Singer is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Nobl9, a company building a platform to optimize software reliability. His previous company, Orbitera, was acquired by Google, where he adapted the product to follow Google’s best practices for production and reliability.[/su_note]