Excellent course on SRE principles. Peer reviews are awkward due to lack of metric information, but they content attempts to re-enforce the principles and provide practical experience to the learner
The course itself was great. It was a bit upsetting to see that many of the assignments submitted by our peers are mostly copy and paste from the lectures or direct copies from the examples...
par Pavlos R•
Great course overall. I would highly recommend it to my peers.
As feedback, I would suggest elaborating a bit more on the expectations of the Risk Analysis Spreadsheet, it's a powerful tool but I think not enough time has been dedicated to introducing it.
par Alex L•
Great course, I like the idea of the peer reviews, however, I think the instructions on some assignments needed to be clearer. What would be a great addition is to also get feedback from the instructors on things to improve / think about.
par Geoff W•
It's a very good course and I learned a lot. I'm only giving 4 stars because some of the quizes were "rough around the edges" as far as being able to study enough to get the highest grade. Mabe this will get better in future iterations.
par Abhishek R•
This is must for all the team starting their SRE journey. With very simple Video and example you will get to know the details of the SRE concepts. The assessment will give you a good chance to implement the learning.
par Shubharangsu P•
The Couse was very good and informative . Only improvement needed I think should be the quality of the recording . It was very fast in some instance and voice quality was distorted
Most of the course is very nice, just a couple of quiz are not well though. Is surely a very good resource for everyone try to understand and verify their SRE knowledge.
Content is great. I mark course as 4/5 because it seems that teachers simply read text from paper and this really complicates understanding information.
par Shrirang M•
Fantastic course. Make many more in the DevOps area and make them regular to refresh the learning with new concepts that keep on changing.
par deryl s•
They need better instructors. Especially that bald big Asian guy. he was going super fast and was hard to follow.
par Peter J B•
The course was informative and explained the process and language around SLI SLO methodology very well.
par POGALA S•
Information and practical knowledge on this course provided was very helpful and understandable.
par Stakshi J G•
Concepts clearly described in easy way with example driven approach. Sure is a good course
par Owais Z•
Good Course. I would like to see a capstone project and more sample examples to work with
par Nuresh B B•
This course is more realistic for support projects and it's very useful in BFSI sector.
par Aaron C•
Pretty nice, homework helps me a lot to understand how to design an SLO and SLI.
par arvind s•
Very good introductory course on concepts of SRE with good graded assigments.
par Marco A•
Interesting things to know. Important concepts, not too difficult.
par Duraivel G•
liked the peer reviews, discussions and practical assesments
par Forrest X•
Hope the SLI/SLO samples could cover more secenarios.
par Kumara S G•
Too Simplified explanation
par Jayaram P•
Excellent study Containt
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par William M•
The video content was a good introduction to the topic. The graded assessments did make me think in more depth about the issues, but the instructions for them could have been clearer. For some of the assessments (particularly in week 3), I think it might have been helpful to give more detail about how to devise SLIs for a different scenario beforehand, it wasn't until I saw the sample answer after doing the assessment that I really understood what the course wanted. There did seem to be some bugs in the course, such as repeated identical questions in week 4.
par Melissa J K•
Five-star content. One-star functionality for enterprise users: (1) If your company has a strong firewall, you won't be able to share the main assignment (a Google spreadsheet). It must instead be submitted from your laptop or other home computer—big hassle. (2) The peer grading process is cumbersome, slow, and random. (3) The Week 4 discussion prompts marked "Optional" are not optional—you don't get credit for having finished the preceding section until you enter a response in the discussion window.