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Gain the experience of your peers to accelerate improvement of your program and career. Improve your product development process, reliability or warranty performance; or your plant uptime or asset performance. Learn about reliability and maintenance engineering practical approaches, skills, and techniques. Join the conversation today.
 
Reliability Engineering Basics, Statistics, Accelerated Testing, Program Assessment and Improvement. Listen in on in depth discussions held during the live monthly Accendo Reliability webinar series. We explore topics ranging from reliability engineering basics, statistics, accelerated life testing, program assessment and improvement. Catch up or review past events below.
 
Integrated solutions from Fluke Reliability are built for the present and the future. Our products and services are designed for the assets and team you already have in place. We “meet you where you are” and deliver rapid results on your current challenges. On top of that, our Accelix IIoT platform enables you to add new solutions that can be instantly integrated with your existing technology. In this way, we provide you a practical roadmap for greater IIoT leverage as your maintenance progr ...
 
Reliability Matters is a podcast on the subject of reliability of circuit assemblies. Reliability "best practices" and success stories are discussed. This podcast features interviews with experts in the electronic assembly industry. All electronic production segments which effect product reliability are on the table. This includes contamination, coating, cleanliness assessment, inspection, building for harsh environments, reflow, printing, failure analysis, board fabrication, and much more. ...
 
TestGuild Performance Testing and SRE is a weekly podcast hosted by Joe Colantonio, which geeks out on all things software performance testing related. TestGuild Performance Podcast covers news found in the performance testing space, reviews books about software performance and speaks with some of the thought leaders in the Performance and Site Reliability field. We’ll aim to interview some of today’s most successful and inspiring software engineers thought leaders.
 
The “Asset Champion Podcast” offers candid conversations with some of the industry’s most successful asset management leaders. In each 20-minute episode, host Mike Petrusky talks with guests about emerging trends in asset management for fleet, construction, manufacturing, and facilities. You'll discover best practices that will help you streamline your preventive maintenance, work orders, inventory, inspections, and more. You'll also get to know each guest on a more personal level and hear t ...
 
Life Cycle Engineering brings asset managers and maintenance professionals in-depth discussions from field experts to share insights regarding best practices for improving asset performance and reliability. This show features Q&As with reliability subject matter experts, clients and executives within the manufacturing industry to give listeners a holistic view of how to achieve reliability success.
 
A weekly Maintenance and Reliability podcast covering common industry challenges and what you can learn from them. Each episode dives deeper into critical issues and explains how you can begin correcting theses maintenance flaws today. Sharing new tips and techniques to help you achieve industry best practice and shining a light on widely debated maintenance topics with special guest experts. Your host and founder of High Performance Reliability James Kovacevic, will take you on a weekly tou ...
 
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Professional Societies: The Rules Have Changed Abstract Greg and Fred discussing how The Rules Have Changed for Professional Societies as well as for most of us. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss the role of professional societies such as IEEE, ASME, ASQ, and others in the age of social media and fast information. Topics include: What i…
 
Michel Theriault, IFMA Fellow is a Facility Management Consultant, Speaker, Trainer and Principal Consultant at FM Insight Consulting. In November 2022, Mike Petrusky hosted a live webinar called “RCM: Tailor-Made Facility Management Maintenance” where Michel explained how reliability-centered maintenance strategies can be applied to FM and the bui…
 
This week I was at the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, so I took the opportunity to walk around the expo asking observability vendors what their perspective or definition of "observability" was (and reflected on that). You can find me on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_kiwi_sre…
 
In this episode, I’ll speak with 12 speakers (Federico Toledo, Mark Tomlinson, Leandro Melendez, Henrik Rexed, Anisbert Suárez, Roger Abelenda, Laura Gayo, Nicolás Paez, Lucía Lavagna, Gerencia, Vera Babat, Mercedes Quintero Martínez & Andy Hohenner) from the upcoming Quality Sense Conference in Uruguay on Dec 9th. Many of the sessions taking place…
 
Why Redundant Systems Aren’t Always Redundant podcast episode with speaker Chris Jackson Redundancy has continually proven to not always be redundant. Whether it be the Fukushima nuclear power plant or United Airlines Flight 232, additional components or subsystems that are supposed to take over when others have failed don’t always work. Why is tha…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the reliability matters podcast. For those who are counting, this is episode number 108. SMTA is well known for producing high-quality relevant technical conferences and symposiums. This includes, among others, the technical conference held at SMTAI, the High reliability cleaning and coating conference, the sympos…
 
New to maintenance supervision or management? Maybe you are a maintenance veteran. Wondering where to start or what roadmap to follow? The leadership concepts presented can be extended to any industry. Prepare for twenty-five years of experience summed up for a concise set of tools and tips as a jump start toward maintenance excellence. Speaker: Le…
 
Quality of Decisions Abstract Greg and Fred discussing how people make important decisions and why decision quality is important. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss Topics include: Why is decision making in reliability important. How to use reliability tools for effective decision making. What are the critical steps in Fred’s new book on…
 
Storage of Test Parts Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing the effects of handling, cumulative test, and storage of test parts on test results. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss experiences of when testing product went awry because of handling, cumulative test, and storage of test parts. Topics include: identifying the true failure mec…
 
What is Platform Engineering? In this episode, Evan Niedojadlo, an engineer at Peddle, shares his real-world experience with Platform Engineering. Discover if Platform Engineering is yet another extension of DevOps practices, the difference from SRE, Platform Metrics, the future of platform engineering, and more.…
 
In this episode I explore the different kinds of SRE out there and the different needs they fill in the industry, and discuss some ethically dubious practices around hiring SREs. You can find me on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_kiwi_sre Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!). Intro: https…
 
Reliability Prediction Standards Abstract Dianna and Fred discussing the history and application of published parts count prediction models and standards in reliability analysis. Key Points Join Dianna and Fred as they discuss the history of the parts count prediction models that are published for sale or that used to be publicly available but have…
 
Metrics and Games Abstract Carl and Fred discussing a listener question on maintenance strategies, and a company mandate metric comparing preventive and corrective maintenance tasks. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss how metrics can become a numbers game if they are used incorrectly. Topics include: Sometimes a metric can alter behavior…
 
Deana Haynes, LEED AP BD+C, is Director of Commercial Real Estate at ChargePoint where she is passionate about the development of new technology solutions and business models that allow organizations to capitalize on the growing need for EV charging at their properties. In October 2022, Mike Petrusky hosted a live webinar called “Leading the Charge…
 
Want an easy way to query, visualize, and understand metrics and logs in your infrastructure? In this episode, Micha Hernandez van Leuffen is the founder of Fiberplane shares a new to enhance your SRE collaboration. Discover all about collaborative notebooks for resolving incidents, coordinating work related to downtime, how to build up a structure…
 
In this episode I chat to Kyle Forster and Shea Stewart from RunWhen about the concept of "social reliability engineering" and how it could help SREs from organisations all over the world create an ecosystem of sharing and collaboration. You can find Kyle on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyforster/ You can find Shea on LinkedIn: https://www…
 
The Value of Curiosity Abstract Carl and Fred discussing what brings enjoyment to one’s life and work, and how to explore and learn, with curiosity. Key Points Join Carl and Fred as they discuss the value of curiosity in our day-to-day work. Topics include: Using what we know in science and engineering to understand problems and explore creative so…
 
What is a Reliability Score? Abstract Chris and Fred discuss how we communicate reliability to our customers. And they haven’t completed university courses in reliability engineering … Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the prevalence of reliability scores when it comes to communicating reliability. We often have ‘star ratings’ or ‘reli…
 
Can anyone do performance testing? In this episode, Eric Proegler, a Staff Test Instructure Engineer for Credit Karma, shares performance test strategies and how to test and measure performance. Discover performance testing, load testing, and performance testing techniques to help explore, describe, quantify, and measure performance. Listen also to…
 
Reliability Occurs at the Point of Decision podcast episode with speaker Fred Schenkelberg The reliability performance of a product or system exists because the decisions that occurred during the creation of the product establish how well an item will survive without failure. The choice of material or finish or technologies along with all the other…
 
Like most manufacturers, the electronic manufacturing industry relies on countless suppliers to fulfill its manufacturing needs. I'm quite certain there is no one within the EMS space who fabricates their own boards using materials produced in house, operates their own semiconductor foundries, designs and manufacturers their own components, and pro…
 
In this episode I reflect back on the very first episode of Slight Reliability "What the heck is SRE anyway?" and see if my perspective has changed since then. I also tackle the confusion about what SRE is and is not. Shout out to Sebastian Vietz (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sebastianvietz/) for his "Service Reliability Engineering" terminology and…
 
Confidence and Tolerance Intervals Abstract Chris and Fred discuss the difference between ‘confidence,’ ‘tolerance’ and ‘prediction’ intervals. Is there any point in understanding the difference between these concepts? … or is it something only statisticians find useful? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the difference between ‘confide…
 
MEOST Setup Remotely Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing Multiple Environmental Over Stress Test or MEOST. Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss the term MEOST and how it is very similar to HALT in the use of stress to find latent defects or weaknesses. Topics include: Gregg Hobbs was very possessive of the term HALT which he had coined for h…
 
Corey MacKnight is Facilities Maintenance & Parking Division Manager for the City of Winchester, Virginia where he is passionate about how the facility management profession provides him an opportunity to work on many projects, tackle some tough issues and get his hands dirty on a daily basis. Mike Petrusky asks Corey about his career journey in FM…
 
Nowadays, it is often the case that performance testing needs to be executed repeatably, fast, and with minimum manual work for a fast-paced project to go from development to production. In this episode, Viktoriia Kuznetcova, a Performance Engineer & Test Automation Specialist, shares their experience with Building Performance Testing Pipelines for…
 
In this episode I announce my new role as Developer Advocate (SRE) at SquaredUp, and what this means for the Slight Reliability podcast. You can find me on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_kiwi_sre Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!). Intro: https://uppbeat.io/t/sensho/good-times License …
 
Reliability Spooky Stories Abstract Kirk and Fred discussing and reflecting on some of the spooky reliability problems we have seen (or not seen) that sometimes have haunted us on this Halloween 2022 episode of SOR Key Points Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss Topics include: Fred recalls a meeting that many engineers shared scary gremlins and bugs…
 
Risk and Supply Chain Abstract Greg and Fred discussing supply chain risk management. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss current practices and risk in supply chain management.Topics include: Just in Time may become Just in Case risk management. How to mitigate supply chain inventory risks. Current challenges in supply chain manufacturing…
 
Want to know how to stress test your APIs with real-world scenarios? In this episode, Matt LeRay, Co-founder and CTO of Speedscale, will share how to automate K8s load testing with someone who hates writing manual tests. Discover why Kubernetes matters for performance testing, what are some K8S load testing tools, how to choose a tool, and much mor…
 
What is the Weibull Distribution? podcast episode with speaker Chris Jackson Whether you are new to reliability or a veteran, you have probably heard about the Weibull distribution. It has almost mythical status amongst those who conduct reliability data analysis or in other words turning a jumble of dots (data points) into information that actuall…
 
It's been said, on this show, that one key factor to international competitiveness is automation. While labor rates vary widely across the world, automation helps to level the field. My guest today is Michael Mchale, CEO of Production Systems Automation, otherwise known as PSA. Michael graduated from Drexel University with a BS degree in mechanical…
 
In this episode I give a summary of the book Team Topologies by Matthew Skelton and Manual Pais (https://teamtopologies.com/book) and how this relates to implementing SRE practices. (POINT OF CORRECTION: One of the authors is "Matthew" Skelton, not "Michael") You can find me on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ Twitter: https…
 
Decision Making in Reliability Abstract Greg and Fred discussing the importance of decision making in quality, reliability, and work in general. Key Points Join Greg and Fred as they discuss Topics include: Importance of decision making in reliability. Types of decisions in quality and reliability and life. Discussion on types of reliability decisi…
 
How to Talk About MTBF Abstract Chris and Fred discuss the pointlessness of the MTBF. This comes from a listener who reached out to complain about how lots of industries enforce the MTBF … but why? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the MTBF. Seemingly sophisticated engineering industries (like aircraft manufacturing and electronic desi…
 
Erica Keswin is an Author, Speaker, Podcast Host and Workplace Strategist who is a trusted guide for companies around the world looking for ways to connect their teams, increase engagement, and create a human workplace. In September 2022, Mike Petrusky hosted a live webinar called “Bring Your Human to Work: When People Thrive, Business Thrives” whe…
 
How cool would it be to optimize live systems running in production environments? In this episode, Stefano Doni, CTO at Akamas, will share some ways to meet the challenge of optimizing Kubernetes in production. Discover how AI technology can help you with automated context detections, safe recommendations against customer-defined SLOs, and other ca…
 
In this episode I give my take on the Accelerate State of DevOps 2022 from the SRE perspective. You can find the Accelerate State of DevOps Report 2022 here: https://cloud.google.com/devops/state-of-devops/ You can find me on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephentownshend/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_kiwi_sre Music from Uppbeat (free …
 
Deferred Maintenance in the News Abstract Chris and Fred discuss about what happens when we ‘defer’ maintenance … or do it later … or perhaps never. When is it OK to do this? Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the concept of deferring maintenance. Sometimes it is OK. Usually it is not. Topics include: Can we defer maintenance? Yes … if …
 
What Could Go Wrong Abstract Chris and Fred discuss ‘what can go wrong’ in scenarios where it is almost impossible to even comprehend might happen … like when something is really old! Key Points Join Chris and Fred as they discuss a particular problem where an electronic component manufacturer wants to find if it can create a data storage device th…
 
A new episode of the Reliability Matters Podcast is now available. Episode 105: Conformal Coating Material Selection Best Practices Today, we’re diving into conformal coating best practices. With the explosion of IOT, the electrification of vehicles, and the miniaturization of circuit assemblies and associated components, many of which are operatin…
 
Debugging JMeter scripts can be tricky. Where do you start? In this episode, Naeem Malik, an experienced test engineer and Udemy instructor, shares his approach to debugging JMeter tests. Discover different ways that you can debug JMeter scripts, including the debug sampler, debug post-processor, and JSR223 sampler.…
 
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