Are you ready to learn how to break your Kubernetes resources to make them more resilient? Chaos Engineering involves running thoughtful, planned experiments that teach us how our systems behave in the face of failure. In this hands-on workshop we will talk about common failures we see in Kubernetes and how you can get ahead of them by practicing Chaos Engineering experiments.
Kubernetes is the world’s leading container orchestration tool for many reasons, but one of its strongest features is its resilience and failover capability. Kubernetes automates much of the work needed to keep applications up and running, including monitoring workloads, restarting crashed applications, and scaling up systems during peak events.
For a successful Kubernetes rollout, you want to make sure you proactively test your cluster and applications to understand how they can fail. Chaos Engineering lets you do this in a safe and controlled way. In this hands-on workshop, we’ll explain why Chaos Engineering is key to a successful Kubernetes adoption, and work together in teams to plan and execute various Chaos Engineering experiments with the guidance of the Gremlin Team on your own Kubernetes Cluster.
All you’ll need to participate is your laptop, a working microphone, and internet!
Learn the foundations of Chaos Engineering
Hear about the most common Kubernetes failures seen in the industry
Run Chaos Engineering experiments and walk away with experiments to run in your organization
Hear how other organizations are using Chaos Engineering in their Kuberentes environments to stay online
Get advice for how to democratize the use of Chaos Engineering and share the results of chaos experiments with executives within your organization
© 2020 Gremlin Inc.
All rights reserved.