Combining Chaos, Observability and Resilience to get Chaos Engineering - Making Chaos Engineering Boring: debunking myths hampering adoption
14:50pm - 15:10pm
YURY NINO: Combining Chaos, Observability and Resilience to get Chaos Engineering
Chaos Engineering is becoming common practice for development teams. Many companies and technology experts have done a great job promoting a premise: "Reliability" is the most important feature in software applications. "Resilience" combined with "Chaos Engineering" is key for reaching this. However, the complete equation requires observability. Chaos Engineering and Resilience without observability is just Chaos.
15:10pm - 15:30pm
MIKOLAJ PAWLIKOWSKI: Making Chaos Engineering Boring: debunking myths hampering adoption
Chaos Engineering offers some of the best ROI your teams can get: a little bit of experimentation can prevent colossal problems. But like any new technology, it needs to move through the adoption curve, from the obscure into the mainstream. In this talk, I’m going to address some of the roadblocks you’ll run into when trying to get CE onto the roadmap. Let’s debunk some myths!
Site Reliability Engineer & Chaos Engineer Advocate
Engineering Lead at Bloomberg