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Site Reliability Engineer (SRE)

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As an SRE, you’re expected to know everything about the application and its code. Site reliability engineers closely monitor application performance, availability, latency, efficiency, change management, emergency response, and capacity planning. They can also write code like other software developers, effectively bridging the development and operations divide in application development. This is one of the highest-paying software jobs. Technical support teams frequently employ site reliability engineers to assist with support tickets, defects, and emergency support.


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