Chaos Engineering is a key practice of Cloud Native Development. You can’t really guarantee that your Cloud Native Applications are “distributed and resilient by design” if you don’t know what’s going to happen to then when something fails in production.
Join Sylvain Hellegouarch (CTO at ChaosIQ), Kristin Barkardottir (SRE at NetApp), Sumit Nagal (Principal Engineer at Intuit), Karthik (Core maintainer of LitmusChaos), Divya Mohan (Enterprise Engineer at HSBC) and I as we talk about the need for Cloud Native Chaos Engineering, the benefits of this type of practice, and strategies on how to get your company to invest in a Chaos Engineering practice. I learned a lot, and I hope you too!
Interested in getting started with Cloud Native Chaos Engineering? Check out how to get started on Chaos Engineering with Litmus and Okteto. And if you’re in KubeCon NA next week, don’t miss Sumit’s talk on how Inuit uses LitmusChaos to manage and orchestrate their chaos experiments.
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