Site Reliability Engineering RSS Feeds

1. High Scalability Blog RSS Feed

High Scalability Blog

RSS Feed - highscalability.com/rss.xml 

Site - highscalability.com

About Site - High Scalability articles are your source of web scalability articles. This blog tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your website with confidence
Frequency - about 1 post per week
Since - Jul 2007

2. Brendan Gregg's Blog RSS Feed

Brendan Gregg's Blog

RSS Feed - brendangregg.com/blog/rss.xml 

Site - brendangregg.com/blog/index...

Silicon Valley, CA, USA

About Site - A highly techincal blog posts about Systems Internals, Performance and SRE by Brendan Gregg.
Frequency - about 1 post per month

3. Site Reliability Engineers | Reddit RSS Feed

Site Reliability Engineers | Reddit

RSS Feed - old.reddit.com/r/sre/.rss?fo.. 

Site - old.reddit.com/r/sre

San Francisco, CA

About Site - Everything site reliability engineering. A subreddit for Site Reliability Engineers.
Frequency - about 3 posts per week

4. Rachelbythebay Blog - Rachel Spencer RSS Feed

Rachelbythebay Blog - Rachel Spencer

RSS Feed - rachelbythebay.com/w/atom.xml 

Site - rachelbythebay.com

About Site - Rachelbythebay Blog shares Software, technology, sysadmin war stories, and more.
Frequency - about 2 posts per month

5. Coding For Life RSS Feed

Coding For Life

RSS Feed - johnroach.io/feed 

Site - johnroach.io

Westlake, OH, USA

About Site - John Roach is a site reliability engineer at Zapier.
Frequency - about 1 post per month

6. SRE WEEKLY RSS Feed

SRE WEEKLY

RSS Feed - sreweekly.com/feed 

Site - sreweekly.com

About Site - SRE Weekly is a newsletter devoted to everything related to keeping a site or service available as consistently as possible. SRE (Site/Service Reliability Engineering) isnt just about automated failover or fault-tolerant architectures although of course those are important. Its about a holistic view of reliability that takes into account everything from servers to human factors to processes to automation and more.
Frequency - about 4 posts per month