Resilience and Chaos Engineering in a Kubernetes World

Simulating abnormalities and finding potential problems in the system is a crucial step to managing Kubernetes in production and increasing the resilience of a deployment. Chaos engineering has been popular for many years, but container orchestration presents specific challenges. We've brought together expert practitioners to understand the best practices for chaos engineering and chaos testing.

What are chaos engineering platforms? How can developers inject various types of fault simulations and orchestrate fault scenarios in Kubernetes? How can you simulate I/O faults? Our panelists will discuss some common challenges developers face and the proactive approaches available to increase the resilience of deployments, reduce costs, and improve the customer experience.

From designing your chaos scenarios to monitoring the status of your chaos experiments, join us to discover what tools, knowledge, and resources can help achieve faster incident response and recovery times.

Join us on August 20th, 2024 @ 10 AM EDT Register

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Roundtable Moderated by

Renato Losio

Renato Losio

InfoQ Staff Editor | Cloud Expert | AWS Data Hero


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InfoQ Live August 2024

Date: August, 20th, 2024

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60 minute, InfoQ-moderated panel discussion

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