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Creating a Culture of Chaos: Chaos Engineering Is Not Just Tools, It's Culture


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Sponsored by gremlin

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Chaos engineering is becoming a critical part of the DevOps toolchain when adopting Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) practices. Every system is becoming a distributed system and chaos engineering proclaims many advantages for them.

It improves infrastructure automation, increases reliability and transforms incident management. However, an often-overlooked benefit of chaos engineering and SRE involves culture transformation. Culture is often touched upon when talking about chaos engineering and SRE but not as often as skills and process.

In this webinar, we will discuss how you can build out a chaos engineering practice and how you can adopt a true blameless culture and maximize the potential of your team.

You will learn how to:

  • Hold blameless postmortems
  • Share post mortems with other teams
  • Run regular fire drills and game days
  • Automate chaos experiments for continuous validation
Ana Margarita Medina
Senior Chaos Engineer - Gremlin




What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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