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How Practical Resiliency Experiments Can Help Ensure Business Continuity


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Sponsored by gremlin

Thursday, October 7, 2021
1 p.m. ET

As an IT leader with existing business continuity functions, you may be exploring site reliability engineering (SRE) as a means of improving your business’ ability to prevent or to quickly recover from IT incidents.

While SRE and business continuity are managed by very different teams in wholly separate areas of most organizations, they both focus on a preemptive approach to addressing risks.

Join us to learn how teams currently overseeing business continuity can adopt chaos engineering approaches to further improve resilience.

In this webinar you will discover:

  • The role chaos engineering plays in identifying, addressing and monitoring risks
  • The importance of using chaos engineering to improve your systems
  • How chaos engineering supports the organization in generating revenue, improving operations and achieving success
Alex Drag
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Gremlin
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Gremlin
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Gremlin
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Gremlin

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