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Chaos Engineering

Past Presentations

Using Chaos To Build Resilient Systems

There are those of us that are motivated to build resilient systems, improve uptime, move fast and keep systems reliable. Then there are those of us who feel overwhelmed by our to-do lists and the features or projects we feel we need to get out the door.  The world needs more resilient...

Tammy Butow Principal Site Reliability Engineer @Gremlin
Properties of Chaos

Chaos Engineering makes up an essential component of our validation methods used in developing resilient, safety-critical autonomous vehicle software systems. There's an adage in some functional-safety circles that goes something like, "The risk and danger live in the interfaces." Which, among...

Nathan Aschbacher

Interviews

Tammy Butow Principal Site Reliability Engineer @Gremlin

Using Chaos To Build Resilient Systems

What do you want someone to leave your talk with?

Everyone who comes along to this talk will leave with an understanding of how they can start seeing massive benefits from practicing Chaos Engineering within 3 months. Chaos Engineering to me is the fastest, most efficient way to take a giant leap forward for the resilience of your systems and team. 

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Nathan Aschbacher

Properties of Chaos

Why a talk called Properties of Chaos?

Something I noticed consistently at QCon San Francisco and at both the Chaos Community Days in Minneapolis and San Francisco was that many people interested in or even practicing chaos engineering are still rooted in a world where they're mostly worried about whether or not the system is simply “up”. Largely answering an important...

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