Building Reliability with Failure
Date: Tuesday, March 22nd at 10am PT / 1pm ET
It's often been said that failure is the best teacher. The problem is that failure's lessons are often learned painfully and at the most inopportune moments. It is, however, possible to harness failure with Chaos Engineering in order to learn to build more reliable software—without the painful, middle-of-the-night lessons.
In this webinar, you will discover:
- The history and evolution of Chaos Engineering
- Real-world case studies illustrating how organizations are adopting and practicing it today
- A getting started guide to help you begin using Chaos Engineering on your projects
Preparing for failure today can reduce or prevent the impact of failures and outages in the future, saving your organization time, engineering effort, and lost customer goodwill.
About the presenter:
Jason Yee, Director of Advocacy, Gremlin
Jason Yee is Director of Advocacy at Gremlin where he helps people build more resilient systems by learning from how they fail. He also leads the internal Chaos Engineering practices to make Gremlin more reliable. Previously, he worked at Datadog, O’Reilly Media, and MongoDB. His pandemic-coping activities include drinking whiskey, cooking everything in a waffle iron, and making chocolate.