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Monday, July 11 • 13:40 - 14:20
The Production Engineering Lifecycle: How We Build, Run, and Disband Great Reliability-focused Teams

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Engineers focused on reliability and scalability under real-world conditions are a scarce resource in any organization. How do we know where to deploy them, and how do we use them in the best possible way? In Facebook's Production Engineering team, we have this problem all the time, and we've dealt with it a variety of ways throughout the years. Some of these ways have worked better than others, and we'd like to share what works and what hasn't.

In this talk, we will share our approaches to when to start a production engineering team, how to integrate that team into the existing development team, how to prioritize and divide work between engineers, and even when to disband or merge the team. We will also discuss practical matters such as how we divide on call responsibilities and roadmap items, and how we integrate engineers in multiple locations and time zones.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Ryan

Andrew Ryan

Facebook, Inc.
Andrew has been a member of Facebook's Production Engineering team since 2009. He currently works as a member of the Traffic Infrastructure team, helping to make Facebook faster for everyone.


Monday July 11, 2016 13:40 - 14:20
Pembroke Room

Attendees (75)