In summer 2018 Juniper started talking about another forward-looking concept: Network Reliability Engineering. We wanted to find out whether that’s another unicorn driving DeLorean with flux capacitors or something more tangible, so we invited Matt Oswalt, the author of Network Reliability Engineer’s Manifesto to talk about it in Episode 97 of Software Gone Wild.
After listening to the podcast you might want to explore:
- Network Reliability Engineering blog;
- Dunning-Kruger effect (original article is a must-read);
- Real-life network automation solutions built by networking engineers just starting their automation journey (some videos require paid ipSpace.net subscription)
- A structured way to start your automation journey