Test-driven development (TDD) is a process that ensures quality in the applications we develop while guarding against feature creep/skew. But as our applications have become increasingly complex, traditional testing methods are not enough. Traditional testing only evaluates what we know, but complex systems often fail due to unknowns—the things that are almost impossible to test because we are unaware of them. Chaos Engineering is the exception that allows us to test for what we don’t know.
In this session I’ll share how to use Chaos Engineering to improve your understanding of systems and how to use that knowledge to create better tests that ensure reliability in the applications you deploy.