Chaos engineering isn’t actually about chaos — it’s about carefully controlled experiments on your software, systems and architecture that teach you about the risks and challenges involved in maintaining high availability. It may seem perverse to try to break your systems on purpose, but think of yourself as a pilot in a simulator, learning how to handle your aircraft when parts fail or in adverse weather conditions. This is a higher level DevOps capability for sure, but reaps huge benefits in terms of assuring the highest levels of customer experience.
Join our experts for this SKILup Hour to learn about how to prepare for Chaos Engineering in your team, discover key practices and understand what a good chaos engineering experiment looks like.
You will learn:
How to decide when you are ready to practice chaos engineering
How to plan and execute chaos engineering experiments
Why chaos engineering is a virtuous circle that results in increased antifragility and enables you to spend more time delivering the things your customers really want