Serverless platforms enable developers to build and release applications faster, but it comes with a catch: if the platform goes down, so do their services. Outages happen all the time and are extremely difficult to troubleshoot in complex systems, and since serverless platforms add a significant amount of abstraction and additional complexity to already complex systems, they increase the risk of failure.
Chaos Engineering emerged as a practice for proactively identifying and addressing systemic failures, but it’s traditionally been used with bare metal systems, virtual machines, and containers, not serverless applications. In this webinar you will learn to apply Chaos Engineering to serverless platforms.
By applying the principles of Chaos Engineering to managing serverless platforms like Knative, SREs can build resilient application/serverless platforms.
Learn why building reliable application platforms is important
Discover what Chaos Engineering is and how it will improve reliability
See how to apply Chaos Engineering best practices to serverless platforms like Knative, ensuring available and performant applications
Gremlin empowers you to proactively root out failure before it causes downtime. See how you can harness chaos to build resilient systems by requesting a demo of Gremlin.Get started