Chaos Engineering has come a long way in the recent years. Starting with Chaos Monkey, through the distributed effort, it has evolved into a serious, scientific method of making your software better. In this talk, Mikolaj Pawlikowski, the author of "Chaos Engineering: Site reliability through controlled disruption" will talk about the journey so far, and what lies ahead. Oh, and we'll see whether sharks are really more dangerous than hamburgers.
Chaos Engineering is a powerful tool to test your resilience when the unexpected occurs. But you also need to build out the practice for what comes next - how you rectify issues caused by unexpected conditions. In this talk, Leonid Belkind, StackPulse CTO and Co-Founder, discusses how to use Chaos Engineering together with generic mitigations to deliver resilience that can't be accomplished with either alone. He'll share examples of how to fit these practices together, what's needed to get started, and how to use both together to begin building out self-healing systems.
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