Chaos engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a software or hardware system in order to build confidence in the system's capability to withstand turbulent and unexpected conditions.
The goal of Chaos Engineering is to gather information on how individual components react when one of them fails. This helps IT teams identify weaknesses in applications and infrastructures by injecting controlled failures into them.
The injected failures are targeted experiments that allow building confidence in the systems' ability to withstand adverse or unexpected operating conditions, proactively improving their resilience and reliability.
This webinar aims to uncover the journey to master chaos engineering practices. First, we will introduce the theory of reliability testing.
Then, we'll provide the best guidelines to "embrace the chaos": starting from abstract concepts in an ideal environment, we'll train our minds to go beyond cultural obstacles and worries with the application of chaos principles, first to people and then processes.
Finally, we will end our path with technical scopes, from evolutionary environments to automatic/scheduled tests in productive environments.
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