Over the years a lot of research has been conducted and many books have been written on improving the resilience of our software. This talk will dive deep into the three key practices identified by Gene Kim, Jez Humble and Nicole Forsgren, authors of “Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps.” In this webinar, we will discuss the key measures of tempo and stability and how practicing chaos engineering will increase both.
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.
Why teams should focus on the customer experience
How to test for failures
Practical tips for resource consumption, capacity planning, region failover, decoupling services and deployment pain
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