Chaos engineering is the practice of conducting thoughtful, planned experiments designed to reveal weaknesses in your systems. These experiments follow four steps:
Ana Medina walks you through the tools and practices you need to implement chaos engineering in your organization. Even if you’re already using chaos engineering, you’ll learn to identify new ways to use chaos engineering within your engineering organization and discover how other companies are using chaos engineering—and the positive results they have had using chaos to create reliable distributed systems.
Ana Medina is a San Francisco-based chaos engineer at Gremlin, where she helps companies avoid outages by running proactive chaos engineering experiments. Previously, she was an engineer on the SRE and infrastructure teams at Uber, specifically focusing on chaos engineering and cloud computing. She tweets at @Ana_M_Medina, mostly about traveling, diversity in tech, and mental health.
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