Chaos Engineering with Tammy Bütow

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Chaos Engineering introduces failures across a system. This helps us evaluate how are system will perform when a failure occurs. Tammy Bütow, Principal Site Reliability Engineer at Gremlin, explains why Chaos Engineering emerged. We talked about the different types of chaos that can be introduced to a system: DNS related attacks, black hole attacks and database attacks. Tammy highlighted the importance of a Service Level Agreement and went over its components. The discussion continued with topics around what metrics to collect for monitoring, incident management, being on-call and tracking down an issue.

Tammy Bütow, Principal Site Reliability Engineer at Gremlin

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Show Notes:
Get Started with Chaos Engineering
Principles of Chaos
Dropbox outage post-mortem
The Netflix Simian Army


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