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Site reliability engineering from ADMnext

Reliable IT for an agile business

A business needs to be agile to meet rapidly changing consumer needs, but new releases on applications, should not cause system downtime. This could lead to business disruption and end user dissatisfaction. IT systems reliability is therefore critical.

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) from ADMnext supports enterprises by determining gaps in service reliability and creating a framework to address these gaps. This framework is aligned to operational functions such as alerting, triaging, and the diagnosis of issues – and provides a common platform for operations and business teams to identify and prioritize proactive problem management, monitoring, and observability to improve failure readiness.

So, when business demands agility, IT applications can remain reliable enough to keep pace.

Read more of our expert views on SRE in our series of blog posts here.

Expert perspectives

Enterprise management

DevOps and SRE: Where agility meets reliability 

Aliasgar Muchhala
May 30, 2024
Enterprise management

What does it take to be a site reliability engineer?

Aliasgar Muchhala
May 30, 2024

Meet our experts

Aliasgar Muchhala

Global SRE Lead and Global Architects Lead
A strategic, focused, business-oriented leader and Capgemini Level 3 Certified Chief Architect, with an impressive record in architecting and building cutting edge systems that leverage new age technologies to enable clients transform their business, reduce costs and improve efficiency.

Clifton Menezes

Executive Vice-President – Technology Solutions and Go-To-Market
“We see our ADMnext engagements as an opportunity to build a long-term relationship with our customers by supporting them in their transformation journey as a trusted partner. Our approach is end-to-end, encompasses all layers of the stack, and is aimed at elevating customer experience and uplifting business value, while demonstrating our cost-effectiveness, transformational abilities, and agility.”