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Improving the Reliability of Financial Services with Chaos Engineering


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Sponsored by gremlin

Tuesday, September 1, 2020
1 pm

In order to provide innovative new services to customers and compete in the fintech market, teams must be able to push new changes quickly. Microservices and DevOps help increase velocity, but at the price of increased complexity and the risk of introducing incident-producing changes. At financial services firms, each incident means hours of lost revenue and productivity. The financial industry also must contend with stringent security controls, entrenched legacy systems, and strict compliance mandates which can be a barrier to modernization.

With Chaos Engineering, you can confidently increase development velocity without risking system failures and outages. Watch our upcoming live session to learn how teams at leading financial services firms are modernizing their systems and increasing reliability using Chaos Engineering

Webinar agenda:

  • Demands of next-generation financial services firms
  • An introduction to Chaos Engineering
  • How financial institutions can increase development velocity while mitigating the risk of failures
  • Demos of the top chaos experiments financial services companies have had success with
Patrick Brennan
Solutions Architect - Gremlin
Patrick is a Solutions Architect at Gremlin, helping customers adopt Chaos Engineering in their organizations and guiding them on their path towards higher resiliency. Prior to joining Gremlin, he worked at a number of technology companies including VERITAS Software, EMC and others. Patrick also worked in financial services including JPMorgan Chase, Lazard Frères & Co., Prudential Financial where he supported trading and asset management systems.
Taylor Smith
Technical PMM - Gremlin
Taylor Smith is a Technical Product Marketing Manager at Gremlin, where he helps customers adopt Chaos Engineering to improve the reliability of their systems. Previously, he worked in actuarial finance, investment banking, and corporate strategy designing and leading projects around commodities trading, internal innovation, and strategic acquisitions.

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