Ground Effect wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:12 am
djos wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 24, 2022 11:54 pm
MrGapes wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 24, 2022 11:36 pm
Nowhere in that statement does it say the car was unpredictable.
I’ve watched the car onboards the whole year… the car was not unpredictable, it was just slow..
How much more clearly do you need it spelled out? Not understanding why something happens, means it is not predictable.
He said they are missing something, he never said the car was unpredictable, not sure why you say he's confirming that. The guy he's replying to made that assumption. He only agreed they are missing something, not necessarily predictability.
I’m a professional SRE Incident, problem and service level manager (I built my companies IPM department from scratch), finding patterns is what I do, and it’s what engineers do generally. If you Can’t find a pattern to a problem, it’s generally regarded as unpredictable, or at the very least, hard to replicate.
But maybe if some of you guys understood how professionals solve problems, you’d know this:
Ps NOBL9 is one of my vendors (we use them to measure our SaaS application service levels), I don’t work for them.