Chaos Engineering involves running thoughtful, planned experiments that teach us how our systems behave in the face of failure. These experiments follow three steps: plan an experiment, contain the blast radius, scale or squash.
The Gremlin Team will lead a hands-on tutorial on Chaos Engineering, covering the tools and practices and metrics you need to implement Chaos Engineering at Cox Automotive. The Manheim Team is focusing on creating a more reliable AWS environment and Disaster Recovery preparedness using Gremlin GameDays.
During this two-hour workshop, attendees will be broken up into teams of four, and each assigned a role that is critical to the Chaos Engineering Experiment process. You’ll work together as a team to plan and execute various Chaos Engineering experiments with the guidance of the Gremlin Team.
All you’ll need to participate is your laptop, a working microphone, and internet!
Learn the history, principles, and practice of Chaos Engineering
Run Chaos Engineering experiments to simulate common real-world failures, such as unreliable networks and host failure
Hear how other organizations are using Chaos Engineering to test their disaster recovery plan
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