Reliability impacts every organization, whether you plan for it or not. Leading companies take matters into their own hands and get ahead of incidents by building reliability programs. But since many of these programs are still nascent, how do you know what good looks like?
Compare your current (and planned) efforts to ensure your reliability program checks all the right boxes to make it successful.
A best-in-class reliability program extends across teams to improve the resiliency and availability of your systems. At the same time, it enables engineering teams to spend less time fighting fires and resolving incidents so they can focus on vital work like new features or innovations.
Gremlin has worked with reliability program leaders at Fortune 100 companies to identify the traits of successful programs. Reliability programs built around these four pillars and 18 traits align organizations, get crucial buy-in, and achieve real, measurable improvements to the reliability of their systems.