How to run Chaos Engineering experiments in your CI/CD pipeline

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Ad-hoc Chaos Engineering experiments are great for learning more about how your systems work, but they don’t tell you how your systems behave over time. As new features get deployed, environments change, and regressions get introduced, even the most resilient systems can gain reliability risks. QA and performance testing are already built into CI/CD - why not reliability?

In this webinar, we’ll show you how to run Chaos Engineering experiments as part of your CI/CD process. We’ll show how to use Gremlin’s REST API to trigger experiments from Jenkins, monitor active experiments, and how to check whether the test completed successfully or failed.

You'll learn:

  • How to gather pre-built REST API commands from Gremlin
  • Adding Gremlin tests to a Jenkins pipeline
  • Monitoring Gremlin experiments via REST API and retrieving the results of a completed experiment
About the speakers

Andre Newman

Sr. Reliability Specialist

At Gremlin, Andre promotes the benefits of Chaos Engineering and reliability testing to engineering teams around the world, including at some of the largest enterprise organizations. Prior to Gremlin, he created technical content explaining Kubernetes and containerization, the shift to cloud computing, DevOps, observability, and more. His work has been featured in The New Stack, DZone, Software Engineering Daily, TechBeacon, and StatusCode Weekly.

Darrell Dunn

Sr. Solutions Architect

Darrell has been actively helping people create better software for over 10 years. His past experiences have armed him with an extensive understanding of application performance management and monitoring, DevOps and QA / Testing. At Gremlin, he now applies that knowledge to Reliability Engineering and helping people deliver reliable software in complex environments.

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