Chaos Engineering Fundamentals
Failure is inevitable in modern, complex applications, but with Chaos Engineering, you can minimize the effect on your organization and customers. We’ll share why Chaos Engineering is a critical part of the software lifecycle and how you can implement it in your organization.
In this session we’ll cover the cost of incidents, where Chaos Engineering came from and why it’s important, how you can begin implementing Chaos Engineering in your organization, and we’ll share a couple case studies to highlight the real-world benefits of practicing it.
Patrick is a Chaos Engineer at Gremlin where he helps customers benefit from the power of controlled chaos. Previously, Patrick worked on the engineering team at Gremlin and also spent time as a software engineer for Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign. He enjoys watching soccer, cycling, reading history books, and writing.