Julie Gunderson is a DevOps Advocate at PagerDuty, who has advocated DevOps best methodologies over the last five years. Along with advocacy, in her past role Julie was responsible for building partnerships with the major clouds. Julie loves working with people, advocating best practices and all building relationships. Julie is a founding member and organizer of DevOpsDays Boise, an organizer of DeliveryConf, and a correspondent with opensource.com. When Julie isn’t working she is most likely making jewelry out of circuit boards, or traipsing around the mountains in Idaho.
Over the years a lot of research has been conducted and many books have been written on how to improve the resilience of our software. This talk will dive deep into the three keep practices identified by the authors of Accelerate to improve reliability: Chaos Engineering, GameDays, and Disaster Recovery. We will discuss the key measures of tempo and stability, and how practicing Chaos Engineering will increase both.
We will be walking through the Google Cloud open source Bank of Anthos application to illustrate why teams should focus on the customer experience and how to test for failures.
Attendees will learn practical tips that you can put into action focused on resource consumption, capacity planning, region failover, decoupling services and deployment pain
|The Psychology of Chaos Engineering||DevOpsDays Raleigh 2019||October 2019|