Failure can be costly for every organization. Incidents and outages erode customer confidence, divert business to your competitors, and disrupt your team’s productivity.
However, failure is also an interruption to innovation. As unexpected issues arise, engineering time is diverted from innovation to resolving them, leaving less time for developing new functionality for your users.
You can avoid the consequences of downtime by building processes to validated at every stage of your project that your systems are scalable, performant and reliable.
Incorporating Chaos Engineering into existing performance engineering processes like load testing can help you better understand the impact of unexpected failures on your application.
Combining Performance and Chaos Engineering practices can proactively improve the overall reliability of your systems.
In this webinar, we covered:
- How to quantify and measure the impact of failures
- What is Chaos Engineering?
- How to combine Chaos Engineering techniques with Performance Engineering to improve reliability