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Designed and taught by FAANG+ engineers, this course covers everything you need to learn to crack the toughest SRE & Devops interviews at FAANG+ companies.

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Covering data structures, algorithms, system design, interview-relevant topics, and career coaching
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Live interview practice in real-life simulated environments with FAANG and top-tier interviewers
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Our highly experienced instructors are active hiring managers and employees at FAANG+ companies and know exactly what it takes to ace tech and managerial interviews.
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Zhuang Liang

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Wolfgang Kandek

SVP Site Reliability Engineering
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Daniel Phelps

Site Reliability Engineer
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Michael Martinez

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A typical week at Interview Kickstart

This is how we make your interview prep structured and organized. Our learners spend 10-12 hours each week on this course.

Thu

Get Foundational content
Get high-quality videos and course material for the upcoming week’s topic
Covers fundamentals, interview-relevant topics, and case studies
Assignment review session
1-hour timed test/assignments covering essential interview questions on the current week's topics
Attend 1-hour sessions that provide solutions and feedback to the current week's assignments

Sun

Attend online live sessions
Attend 4-hour sessions covering interview-relevant SRE concepts
Each class covers a wide variety of interview questions, troubleshooting, and design strategies
Live feedback from the instructors

Mon-Wed

Practice problems & case studies
Apply the concepts taught in live sessions to solve assignment questions
Live doubt-solving with FAANG+ SRE instructors
Learn about the hiring process at various FAANG+ companies from the instructors

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1:1 access to instructors
Personalized coaching from FAANG+ SRE instructors
Individualized and detailed attention to your questions
Solution walkthroughs
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Site Reliability Engineering Course details and curriculum

Data structures and Algorithms
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5 weeks
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5 live classes
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Sorting

  • Introduction to Sorting
  • Basics of Asymptotic Analysis and Worst Case & Average Case Analysis
  • Different Sorting Algorithms and their comparison
  • Algorithm paradigms like Divide & Conquer, Decrease & Conquer, Transform & Conquer
  • Presorting
  • Extensions of Merge Sort, Quick Sort, Heap Sort
  • Common sorting-related coding interview problems
2

Recursion

  • Recursion as a Lazy Manager's Strategy
  • Recursive Mathematical Functions
  • Combinatorial Enumeration
  • Backtracking
  • Exhaustive Enumeration & General Template
  • Common recursion- and backtracking-related coding interview problems
3

Trees

  • Dictionaries & Sets, Hash Tables 
  • Modeling data as Binary Trees and Binary Search Tree and performing different operations over them
  • Tree Traversals and Constructions 
  • BFS Coding Patterns
  • DFS Coding Patterns
  • Tree Construction from its traversals 
  • Common trees-related coding interview problems
4

Graphs

  • Overview of Graphs
  • Problem definition of the 7 Bridges of Konigsberg and its connection with Graph theory
  • What is a graph, and when do you model a problem as a Graph?
  • How to store a Graph in memory (Adjacency Lists, Adjacency Matrices, Adjacency Maps)
  • Graphs traversal: BFS and DFS, BFS Tree, DFS stack-based implementation
  • A general template to solve any problems modeled as Graphs
  • Graphs in Interviews
  • Common graphs-related coding interview problems
5

Dynamic Programming

  • Dynamic Programming Introduction
  • Modeling problems as recursive mathematical functions
  • Detecting overlapping subproblems
  • Top-down Memorization
  • Bottom-up Tabulation
  • Optimizing Bottom-up Tabulation
  • Common DP-related coding interview problems
System Design
3 weeks
3 live classes
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Online Processing Systems

  • The client-server model of Online processing
  • Top-down steps for system design interview
  • Depth and breadth analysis
  • Cryptographic hash function
  • Network Protocols, Web Server, Hash Index
  • Scaling
  • Performance Metrics of a Scalable System
  • SLOs and SLAs
  • Proxy: Reverse and Forward
  • Load balancing
  • CAP Theorem
  • Content Distribution Networks
  • Cache
  • Sharding
  • Consistent Hashing
  • Storage
  • Case Studies: URL Shortener, Instagram, Uber, Twitter, Messaging/Chat Services
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Batch Processing Systems

  • Inverted Index
  • External Sort Merge
  • K-way External Sort-Merge
  • Distributed File System
  • Map-reduce Framework
  • Distributed Sorting
  • Case Studies: Search Engine, Graph Processor, Typeahead Suggestions, Recommendation Systems
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Stream Processing Systems

  • Case Studies: on APM, Social Connections, Netflix, Google Maps, Trending Topics, YouTube
Site Reliability Engineering/DevOps
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6 live classes
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Linux and Networking

  • Memory management in Linux: Deep dive into physical and virtual memory. How kernel interacts with memory? What happens in case of page fault? How to deal with dirty pages?
  • Handling memory issues:
  • Getting alerted on DIMM chip failures
  • Keeping track of used memory
  • Preparing for OOM events
  • Getting alerted on memory issues 
  • Discussion on critical interview questions:
  • What is thrashing?
  • What kind of memory pages will thrash depending on whether you have swap enabled or not?
  • How do you tell if a host is computationally-bound or I/O bound?
  • Deep dive into CPU and processes: Metrics to track CPU performance. Why disk I/O is important?
  • Crack bash scripting questions: Learn pro tips and trick questions
  • Get efficient with command line: Pro tips on pipes, Tmux, nc, and file redirection  
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Containers and Orchestration

  • Comprehensive coverage of Docker and Kubernetes architecture: Learn how to perform a live upgrade of an application with zero downtime
  • Deep dive into k8s: Horizontal Scaling, Load Balancing, Crash Protection, Tiered Networking, Resource Control, and Optimization and Security
  • How to approach common interview questions such as:
  • Usage of Docker volume for persisting data
  • How to evaluate systems’ tolerance for failures/outages?
  • What are the different techniques to scale a relational database?
  • Application deployment: Local vs. Managed k8s 
  • Kubernetes patterns for designing web applications: Sidecar pattern, Ambassador pattern, etc.
  • Important questions and pro tips on troubleshooting Kubernetes
  • How to set customer expectations? Deep dive into Service-Level Objectives and Service-Level Indicators
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Deployment & Configuration Management

  • A top-down view of modern software release: In-depth understanding of how CI/CD works (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment). How automation helps achieve CI/CD?
  • Deep dive into Jenkins: Installation and configuration, Jenkins Plugins, Blue Ocean & Jenkinsfile, and managing and scaling Jenkins 
  • Comprehensive coverage of critical interview questions:
  • Jenkins user authentication and security measures?
  • What happens when the underlying node of a particular job is offline? 
  • Best practices and pro tips in Jenkins node allocation
  • How to design a system responsible for continuous integration and deployment?
  • Comprehensive coverage of configuration management: Compare different tools available in the market, their advantages and features 
  • Infrastructure as code: Why, when, how?
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Non-Abstract Large System Design

  • How to design large-scale distributed systems like Google Adwords. Deep dive into the architecture, building blocks of scalable systems, scalability, and reliability
  • Interesting follow-up questions on the fundamentals of modern software systems: Servers, agents, load balancer, Storage, indexer, consensus, pipeline, queues, sharding, replication, caching, batching, and scatter-gather
  • Deep-dive discussion of SRE-specific interview questions:
  • How do SLOs (service-level objectives) impact designs?
  • How to do capacity estimates?
  • How to design for fault tolerance?
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Monitoring & Troubleshooting

  • Monitoring and alerting: Key metrics and four golden signals (errors, saturation, latency, and traffic)
  • Derive SLO of a system from SLI and learn how to implement a proactive SLO for an application for alerting purposes
  • Deep dive into Prometheus, an open-source monitoring tool
  • Questions on logging and log management:
  • How to manage logs for various use cases? How to budget for long-term log storage?
  • Design a logging framework for an organization: Depth of logging, retention, access and audit controls, and encryption
  • Incident management: Lifecycle of an incident, KPIs like MTTD, MTTI and MTTR, and pro tips for incident management process 
  • Testing for failure: Understand the importance of Smoke tests, Stress tests, Perf tests, etc. 
  • Various troubleshooting scenarios and strategies: Leverage utilities like top, vmstat, iostat, mpstat, netstat, ping, sar, tcpdump, traceroute, dig, nslookup, etc.
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Cloud Computing & AWS Services

  • AWS Compute Services (EC2, EKS, Lambda)
  • AWS Storage and Database Services (S3, RDS, Aurora, Dynamo and ElastiCache)
  • AWS Management and Governance services (CloudWatch, CloudFormation)
  • Networking Architecture
Career Coaching
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3 weeks
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Interview Preparation

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Resume & LinkedIn Masterclass

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Salary Negotiation Masterclass

Support Period
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15 mock interviews

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Take classes you missed/retake classes/tests

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1:1 technical/career coaching

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I joined iK after stumbling across it while reviewing some other interview prep materials after doing poorly in an interview at Linkedin. I knew that doing well in these interviews would require dedication and investment of my time - but with so many resources online I didn't have structure. This is what the IK platform provided me.

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The Interview Kickstart course is very structured and informative. They teach you about DS and algo fundamentals very thoroughly and also prepare you for the software engineering interview. I really like the live classes by FAANG engineers, and the homework and tests definitely help you toprepare for a real interview. If you have been looking for a bootcamp that prepares you for software engineering interviews, I would say this is definitely the right place to do it.

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My experience at IK was extremely positive. I was preparing for FAANG companies using the standard techniques that you find on the internet. When I started preparing, there was no structure to the madness. For example, a simple quicksort can be implemented in multiple ways. So solving a medium problem would take me about 30 minutes. The biggest benefit that I got from IK was a clear, structured way of solving problems. After IK, I could solve medium problems in 10 minutes!

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IK is super helpful in cementing a lot of the basics and developing a deeper understanding of the core concepts that are essential to the interview process at any FAANG company. The foundation material is dense, but it is discussed at a swift pace. Omkar's instructional videos are very detailed and break down the essentials into small digestible components. The mock interview sessions are super helpful, especially for those who need additional guidance and help with defining their shortcomings.

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Interview Kickstart is a great platform to perfect your basics and get a deep understanding of algorithms. These sessions helped me crack Google and several other companies.
Having struggled for a while to understand what I was doing wrong in interviews and how to behave during an interview, I took the help of 1-1 interview sessions with the mentors and the guidance provided by them helped me understand the problem with my approach.

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From the interview process and career path to interview questions and salary details — learn everything you need to know about Site Reliability Engineering careers at top tech companies.
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Site Reliability Engineering Interview Process Outline

The interview process at FAANG+ and other Tier-1 companies for Site Reliability Engineering interviews vary a bit for each company. However, the general structure is as follows:
  • Initial screening: This usually involves a DSA coding question (easy/medium Leetcode questions) and some questions from the system’s domain like Linux, networking, etc. 
  • On-site: 4-6 on-site rounds, which include 1-2 coding rounds, 2 SRE fundamentals rounds, a system design round, usually for senior engineers, and a behavioral round.
IK’s Site Reliability Engineering course will cover all you need to know to nail these rounds. 

What to Expect at Site Reliability Engineering Interviews

Initial technical Screening: This usually involves a DSA coding question (only easy/medium LC Questions) and some questions from the systems domain like Linux, Networking, etc. 
On-site: The on-site interview includes 4-6 rounds. They are:  
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1-2 rounds of coding
Depending on the total years of experience, candidates go through 1-2 coding (DSA-based) rounds. Usually, the difficulty level of these questions is Leet code easy/medium.
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2 rounds of SRE Fundamentals: They test the knowledge of:
  • Unix/Linux Systems (System Calls, File-Systems, Kernel, etc.)
  • Networking (HTTP, DNS, TCP/IP, the OSI Model, Subnetting, and Load Balancing strategies)
  • Container-Orchestration Systems, Configuration Management (Infrastructure as code), CI/CD
  • Monitoring, Analyzing, and Troubleshooting Systems. Some companies conduct separate troubleshooting rounds wherein candidates are given a broken system and expected to rectify it.
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System design round (usually for senior folks)
In this round, they test the knowledge of designing Scalable Systems focused on the SRE domain - designing and deploying Microservices with health checks/monitoring. Scalable system design requires:
  • A good understanding of DNS, Load balancing, Micro-service architecture, CAP theorem, Consistency patterns, Availability patterns, Databases, Caching, A synchronism patterns, etc.
  • Ability to identify the architecture bottlenecks and to dimension the architecture with an appropriate number of machines, with some "back-of-the-envelope" calculations, whilst being robust and failure tolerant.
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Behavioral round
In this round, you can expect questions related to:
  • Teamwork
  • Job performance
  • Intelligence & capacity for learning
  • Time management
  • Communication skills
  • Leadership
Check our article on the Google SRE interview process for more information.

Site Reliability Engineering Interview Questions

Let us check some interview questions for Site Reliability Engineers to gauge your interview preparation. We’ll look at Site Reliability Engineer interview questions on coding, system design, domain knowledge, and behavioral skills.
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Site Reliability Engineer Interview Questions on Coding and System Design
Find the single element that does not appear thrice in a given array of integers
For a given number, find the number of ones in its binary representation. Given nums=[0, 1, 3] return 2
How would you test for a loop in a linked list?
Write code to perform a level order search in a binary tree
Can you use Union in Structure?
Differentiate between bubble sort and quicksort
Reverse a string without using any built-in functions.
Create a technical design of an automated parking solution.
Build a service to handle hundreds of transactions to be executed at specific times of the day.
Design Google Drive.
Design a code deployment software.
Design Whatsapp.
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Domain-specific Site Reliability Engineer Interview Questions
What are the typical architectures that organizations follow for distributed systems/applications?
What strategy would you use to implement Capacity management?
How does latency affect the throughput of TCP sessions?
Explain readiness and liveness probe. Also, explain three different ways of implementing the health probes.
How do we scale Jenkins for large organizations with a large number of builds & deployments happening every minute?
What is Kernel, and can we modify it?
Your manager approaches you, explaining that the logging solution your company pays a monthly subscription for is getting too expensive, and you need to reduce the storage footprint. How can you approach this problem from the bottom up to ensure you are minimizing the cost of storage while maximizing the effectiveness of your logs?
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Site Reliability Engineer Interview Questions on Behavioral Skills
Why our company and why this role? Which of our company’s principles is your greatest strength?
Describe your most complex project.
How would you prioritize work and tasks in a program? Tell me about a time when you had to deal with competing priorities.
Describe a conflict you had with your manager or team member. How did you solve it?
If stakeholders want one thing done one way, but you don't think that is the right way to do it, how do you move forward?
How would you handle dependencies in cross-functional teams? How do you communicate with other teams?
Talk about your greatest professional accomplishment.
How would you approach a situation where a team member works less than their full potential?
Describe a stressful or challenging work experience you had and how you handled it.
What experience do you have related to this SRE position?
What are your career goals?
What do you think is the most important responsibility of a Site Reliability Engineer?

Site Reliability Engineering Career

Site reliability is crucial in these competitive times. For companies like Amazon, the IT downtime per minute costs thousands of dollars, if not millions. It's no surprise that SREs are paid so well. Let's take a look at the SRE job description to get a better idea of what the role entails.
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Site Reliability Engineering Job Roles and Responsibilities
Site reliability engineer job qualifications include:
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or relevant experience
Experience in coding/automating processes in at least one of these languages - Shell, Go, Python, Scala, Ruby
Ability to produce tools to assist the product development teams. Experience with at least one large-scale web application and at least one Cloud provider
Working knowledge of modern software deployment processes, including CI/CD
Working experience with either Terraform, Ansible, or CloudFormation templating
Database experience (SQL, NoSQL, etc.) and experience in networking and security.
Hands-on experience in Linux administration and troubleshooting. Experience managing, deploying, and troubleshooting large-scale environments
Strong interpersonal skills - interacts well within the team and across other teams and with users, fast learner, ability to think on your feet
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Day-to-day Site Reliability Engineer job description includes:
Deliver tools/software to improve the reliability and scalability of services.
Engage in and improve the whole lifecycle of services from inception and design through deployment, operation, and refinement.
Support services before they go live through activities such as system design consulting, developing software platforms and frameworks, capacity planning, and launch reviews.
Maintain services once they are live/running by measuring and monitoring availability, latency, and overall system health.
Scale systems sustainably through mechanisms like automation and evolve systems by pushing for changes that improve reliability and velocity.
Practice sustainable incident response and blameless postmortems.
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Career Roadmap for a Site Reliability Engineer
In a FAANG+ company, the career progression for the SRE role is: 
Profile name
Level 
Site Reliability Engineer
L3
Site Reliability Engineer
L4
Senior Site Reliability Engineer
L5
Staff SRE or Tech Lead/EM
L6
Senior Staff SRE or EM/Director
L7

Site Reliability Engineering Salary and Levels at FAANG+ Companies

We’ve curated FAANG+ Site Reliability Engineer salary data by level for your convenience:
facebook
Facebook Site Reliability Engineer Salary
The typical Meta Site Reliability Engineer’s salary is $1,67,452 per year. Site Reliability Engineer salaries at Meta can range from $90,354 to $1,88,395 per year. 
When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Site Reliability Engineer at Meta can expect to make an average total pay of $1,67,452 per year.
Site Reliability Engineer salary at Facebook
Average compensation by level
Level name
Total
Base
Stock (/yr)
Bonus
E3
$181K
$127K
$42K
$12K
E4
$258K
$162K
$77K
$22K
E6
$513K
$211K
$270K
$32K
E7
$712K
$238K
$425K
$48K
E8
$777K
$270K
$440K
$67K
apple
Apple Site Reliability Engineer Salary
The average base salary for an Apple SRE is $145,145.
Site Reliability Engineer salary at Apple
Average compensation by level
Level name
Total
Base
Stock (/yr)
Bonus
ICT3
$200K
$140K
$51K
$10K
ICT4
$327K
$191K
$109K
$27K
ICT5
$563K
$230K
$286K
$48K
netflix
Netflix Site Reliability Engineer Salary
The average salary for Product Reliability Engineer IV at companies like NETFLIX in the US is $164,390, but the range typically falls between $151,180 and $178,280. 
Site Reliability Engineer salary at Netflix
Average compensation by level
Level name
Total
Base
Stock (/yr)
Bonus
Sr. SW. Engineer
$305K
$275K
$14K
$13K
google
Google Site Reliability Engineer Salary
The average base salary for an Amazon SRE is $155,377.
Site Reliability Engineer salary at Google
Average compensation by level
Level name
Total
Base
Stock (/yr)
Bonus
L3
$203K
$141K
$37K
$25K
L4
$282K
$165K
$85K
$32K
L5
$377K
$192K
$143K
$42K
L6
$470K
$219K
$203K
$48K
According to payscale.com, a Site Reliability Engineer’s salary is anywhere between $76,000 to $158,000 a year in the US, with the average salary being $117,768 per year. Let us look at Site Reliability Engineering salary associated with different locations, years of experience, etc.
The average annual Site Reliability Engineer salary based on location:
  • Boston, MA — $142,458;
  • New York, NY — $156,971;
  • San Francisco, CA — $163,479
The average annual Site Reliability Engineer salary based on experience:
  •  Entry-level Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) with less than 1 year experience - $82,637  (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay)
  • Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) with 1-4 years of experience - $104,679
  • Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) with 5-9 years of experience - $121,310
  • Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) with 10-19 years of experience - $134,942
  • Senior Site Reliability Engineers with 20+ years of experience - $138,451
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