Forget firefighting. Focus on what your customers need
Incidents will happen. Implementing Site Reliability Engineering practices helps companies reduce the frequency and impact of incidents, when they happen.
Implementing observability and setting reliability objectives enables foresight and creates early warning signals to identify a potential incident. With a high degree of automation, the system can proactively respond to events, potentially avoiding an incident altogether and reducing its impact on customers.
This removes the burden of firefighting from your engineers – enabling them to focus on and build what your customers need.
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Define Reliability Strategy and Objectives
Companies that adopt SRE practices tend to prioritize the technical implementation. However, it is crucial to have a well-defined reliability strategy and meaningful reliability objectives so that your technical implementation will have tangible goals to achieve.
Our consultancy services help you define a Reliability Strategy, setting the right goal for implementation, and define meaningful Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs) to measure the quality of service.
Drive Technical Implementation
Implementing SRE requires the use of a variety of different tools, including monitoring, logging, and alerting systems.
Navigating the ever-evolving landscape and variety of available tools can be overwhelming. Why not leaving the daunting work to us? We help you to select the right tools and implement them in the existing IT landscape, with configurations suitable to serve the needs to observe, monitor and alert, and respond to potential incidents.
Foster Mindset and Cultural Change
Site Reliability Engineering is a practice, requiring a change in mindset and culture for a successful implementation.
We offer an enriching SRE Learning Journey that includes trainings, masterclasses and workshops. Participants will learn about the principles and practices of SRE, how it is complementary to DevOps, and how to effectively change the engineering and organizational culture to achieve a successful SRE implementation.
How to achieve a higher level of data quality with SRE
Imagine your scale-up company is truly data-driven and growing very fast. How do you make sure your data platform keeps catering to all your needs when you are not a scale-up anymore but belong to the most important players in your market?
And how do you address stability issues that might arise along your path?
This customer story shows how we helped our client to build a new scalable data platform based on the principles of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE).
Built a Central Platform Capability From 0 to 1 Within One Year
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Maritime simulator specialists brings its products to the cloud, maximizing remote engineering potential.
Saxo Bank Optimizes Services with Azure DevOps
Xebia guides the migration of BinckBank (part of Saxo Bank), to an Azure DevOps-based cloud solution without disrupting client services or the engineering team’s workflow.
Mosadex Uses Remote Work and DevOps to Bridge Gap Between Teams
Dutch pharmaceutical wholesaler streamlines workflow between internal units and external suppliers to improve product management.
RH Marine Dives into the Future with Innovative Overhaul
Leader in marine systems automation upgrades IT architecture for a faster, more integrated approach
Valk Solutions Boosts Delivery with VSTS
Retail automation specialist radically improves its delivery process utilizing Agile tools and cloud-native infrastructure
Dutch Railway Company Journeys to the Cloud with End-to-End AWS Deployment
NSI migrates to a cloud environment improving design and development along the way
B2B Tool Provider, Advanced, Migrates Infrastructure to the Cloud
British business software provider streamlines IT by migrating infrastructure to the Cloud; gives its customers a competitive edge
Justice Department Achieves Faster Roll-outs and Fewer Errors
The Judicial Information Services Department of the Netherlands implemented new technologies to minimize exposure risks, without disrupting its services
Complex Cloud Migration Within Limited Time
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Delivering Data’s Digital Marketing Potential
Building a Cloud-Native Data Platform for A Multinational Logistics Services Company
Speed, flexibility, and the beauty of simplicity
How NS International embraced Modern Cloud technology
Dutch Railway Operator Strives for More with DevOps Way of Working
DSO creates continuous value with team coaching, embracing DevOps culture and practices; feature delivery sped up to every two weeks
A team-first approach in a DevOps transformation
ABN AMRO embarks on a DevOps transformation, pushing aside a technical angle and ushering in a customized team-first approach crafted by Xebia consultants
Outdoor and Cycling Brand Rides High with Innovative New IT Platform
Shimano maximizes performance with a sleeker, streamlined IT environment adding value in six months
Dutch Port Community System Improves Continuous Innovation through Cloud Initiative
Portbase migrates to the cloud, reducing costs, eliminating downtime and increasing functionality, using DevOps mindset
Online Bank Makes Money Moves with Adoption of Continuous Delivery
Knab keeps colleagues connected, ensuring successful continuous delivery and feature-rich, cutting-edge products
Dutch E-Commerce Leader Transforms IT Infrastructure for Faster Market Delivery
Wehkamp increases its market delivery with a faster microservices platform, allowing for more team collaboration and an Agile work environment
Sustainability and reliability: How to achieve a higher level of data quality with SRE
50% savings on energy and maintenance costs while working with a scalable and reliable data platform