Organized Chaos: How Chaos Engineering Can Improve System Reliability and CX

Presented by

Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute and Guests

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Whilst the rise of microservices and globally distributed systems have greatly improved scalability and time-to-market, complex infrastructure has made system failures much harder to predict and control. In order to prevent costly downtime, companies large and small are turning to Chaos Engineering. Defined as a planned and disciplined data-driven approach to running experiments that use chaotic behavior to stress systems that may go undetected by other testing methodologies, Gartner anticipates that 40% of organizations will implement chaos engineering practices as part of DevOps initiatives by 2023, reducing unplanned downtime by 20%. Join Helen Beal and guests as they analyze what’s behind Gartner’s prediction and share everything DevOps teams need to know about Chaos Engineering and the role it can play in improving system reliability and customer experiences. Topics of discussion in this episode will include: - How Chaos Engineering can ensure reliable infrastructure, and improve customer experience - To what extent successful Chaos Engineering requires a culture change - How Chaos Engineering is different from traditional testing methods - Potential pitfalls of Chaos Engineering - And more…

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