Improving the Reliability of Financial Services
How do we increase development velocity to meet changing customer demands, while ensuring reliability, avoiding outages, and meeting compliance? The answer is with Chaos Engineering.
Learn how you can use Chaos Engineering to proactively increase reliability and mitigate the risk of outages, so you can stay competitive in an ever-changing market.
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- An introduction to Chaos Engineering
- How to improve reliability while reducing IT costs
- How to mitigate the risk of system failures while increasing development velocity
- How to proactively test for compliance and fix vulnerabilities before they become high-profile outages
Incident classification: SEV descriptions and levels, and SEV and time-to-detection (TTD) timelines
Organization-wide critical service monitoring, including key dashboards and KPI metrics emails
Service ownership and metrics for organizations maintaining a microservices architecture
Effective on-call principles for site reliability engineers, including rotation structure, alert threshold maintenance, and escalation practices
Chaos Engineering practices to identify random and unpredictable behavior in your system
Monitoring and metrics to detect incidents caused by self-healing systems
Creating a high-reliability culture by listening to people in your organization
With Chaos Engineering, you can confidently increase development velocity without risking system failures and outages.
In order to keep up with the rapid pace of digital transformation and provide innovative new services, teams must be able to push new changes quickly. However, legacy IT backbones, distributed system ownership, and compliance regulations can cause a bottleneck.
In this white paper, we explore how Chaos Engineering enables you to safely increase development velocity while proactively increasing reliability and mitigating risks of outages.