Since Atlassian’s inception in 2002, they’ve helped many organizations transform the way, and the speed, in which they can deliver software and applications. First it was Agile, followed by Test Driven Development and Behavioral Driven Development then DevOps and CI/CD, all helping organizations collaborate more effectively and deliver quality software at a blazing pace.
The next phase for Atlassian’s customers - both big and small - is focusing their energy into making their systems more reliable. Creating resilient software is a fundamental necessity for modern cloud applications and architectures. And the road to reliability is paved by Chaos Engineering
Creating resilient software is a fundamental necessity for modern cloud applications and architectures. As systems are increasingly being distributed by design, the potential for unplanned failure and unexpected outages increases significantly. As a result, many organizations - both big and small - are focusing their energy into making their systems more reliable.
How the Atlassian ecosystem is changing to support a focus on reliability
Best practices to keep innovating with emerging cloud technologies leading the way
The core principles of Chaos Engineering
How to conduct thoughtful, hypothesis-based experiments without compromising safety and security
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