Curious how breaking things on purpose can increase reliability?
Learn what Chaos Engineering is (and what it isn’t) in our upcoming webinar. We’ll answer the 5 Ws of Chaos Engineering (who, what, where, when & why) and demo how to get started with Chaos Engineering.
Breaking things on purpose to improve reliability sounds counterintuitive. Yet, teams at Under Armour, Charter, and Siemens are using Chaos Engineering to build more reliable systems. So how does this actually work?
Join us to learn what Chaos Engineering is, why it’s crucial to prevent outages, and how you can use it to build resilience into your systems. Plus, see Chaos Engineering in action as we demo the first chaos experiments to start with.
Introduction to Chaos Engineering
Why traditional QA is insufficient for testing complex microservices architectures
How companies like Under Armour, Charter, and Siemens are using Chaos Engineering to increase reliability
How you can up-level your current testing and reliability practices with Chaos Engineering
Demo of the first chaos experiments to start with
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