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Validate Your Disaster Recovery Strategy: Ensuring Your Plan Works


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Sponsored by gremlin

Tuesday, December 8, 2020
3 p.m. ET

We all know it’s crucial to have a disaster recovery plan. But, you can’t rely on it until you prove it actually works.

Don’t wait for a real disaster to find out if your plan will work as expected. Build confidence in your disaster recovery plan by proactively validating it with chaos engineering.

During this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • Best practices for creating a disaster recovery plan (DRP) and frameworks for assessing risks
  • How to test your DRP by using chaos engineering to simulate black swan events
  • How to measure the success of your DRP, including a post-mortem guide and key metrics to track
Jason Yee
Director of Advocacy - Gremlin

Jason Yee is director of advocacy at Gremlin where he helps people build more resilient systems by learning from how they fail. He also leads the internal chaos engineering practices to make Gremlin more reliable. Previously, he worked at Datadog, O’Reilly Media, and MongoDB. His pandemic-coping activities include drinking whiskey, cooking everything in a waffle iron, and making chocolate.

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