All Things Ops
Ep 23 - Bijit Ghosh - Shifting SRE left
Prevention, Not Reaction: The Benefits of Shifting SRE Into the Early Stages of System Development
Bijit Ghosh is the Global Cloud Engineering Lead and Head of Cloud Engineering at Deutsche Bank, the number-one financial institution leading the charge in DevSecOps and GDPR compliance.
In this episode, Bijit talks about how he's improving the bank's tech stack, reducing tech apps, and enabling the bank to provide a seamless customer experience.
What's in it for you::
- Learn how and why to incorporate SRE into the early stages of system development
- What is Observability-Driven Development?
- The most important SRE Anti-patterns you should avoid
Bijit is a passionate engineering leader who enjoys building software and solutions in the areas of cloud, virtualization, containers, and distributed systems. He has 13 years of experience shipping multiple new products in enterprise, service provider, and consumer tech. He has an extensive background in operations and architecture and is passionate about the adoption and evangelization of new technologies to drive business value and improve the developer experience. These include cloud architecture hosting, containerization and infrastructure platform, automation, CI/CD, AIOps, ML and AI.
Find Bijit on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bijit-ghosh-48281a78/
About Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank provides retail and private banking, corporate and transaction banking, lending, asset and wealth management products and services as well as focused investment banking to private individuals, small and medium-sized companies, corporations, governments, and institutional investors.
About the host
Elias is VP for North America at Checkmk. He comes from a strategy consulting background, but has been an entrepreneur for the better part of the last 10 years. In his spare time, he likes to do triathlon.
Get in touch with Elias via LinkedIn or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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‚Panta Rhei‘ written by Mario Schoenhofer
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