Beyond Chaos Engineering: Using Reliability Scores to Drive Real Results
Date: Thursday, October 6th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Improving reliability starts with measuring it. But today, most organizations only have backwards-facing measurements of reliability like incidents and SLOs—these only show you what’s gone wrong. Teams need to measure the reliability of their services without waiting for an outage. They need a Reliability ScoreIn order to make reliability improvements tangible, there needs to be a way to quantify and track the reliability of systems and services in a meaningful way.
In this webinar, we’ll walk you through the new practice of Reliability Scoring and how it can drive faster, more measurable reliability improvements across your organization. You’ll walk away with strategies to help you implement Reliability Scoring and new tools you can use to automate the process at scale.
You will learn:
- How to calculate a Reliability Score
- How to use Reliability Scores to drive alignment across services and teams
- How to automate Reliability Scores in your CI/CD pipeline using observability tools
About the presenters:
Darrell Dunn, Sr. Reliability Architect, Gremlin
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.
Andre Newman, Technical Marketing Manager, Gremlin
At Gremlin, Andre writes about the benefits and practices of Chaos Engineering and how teams can achieve success with Gremlin. Prior to joining Gremlin, he worked as a technical writer developing content on microservices and containers, cloud computing, DevOps, observability and SIEM. His work has been featured in The New Stack, DZone, Software Engineering Daily, TechBeacon, StatusCode Weekly and other publications.
Duration: 1 hour