As applications become more distributed and complex, so do our failure modes. Chaos Engineering, failure injection, and similar practices have verified benefits to the resilience of systems and infrastructure. But can they provide similar resilience to teams and people? We think they can!
Join us to hear from Jason Yee, Director of Advocacy at Gremlin to hear why we shouldn’t just embrace failure, but should intentionally cause and learn from it. He’ll be joined by Julie Gunderson, DevOps Advocate at PagerDuty who will bring to light the human factors involved and practices to care for the people and teams working with chaos.
We will have time for live Q&A as well as an open roundtable discussion to hear how your organizations are approaching chaos engineering and your lessons learned and challenges around the human aspects of it.
Join us on June 3 to be part of the conversation: https://meet.pagerduty.com/meetup/chaoseng