Chaos engineering for serverless in Azure
Gunnar Grosch

Abstract

The principles of chaos engineering have been battle-tested for years using traditional infrastructure and containerized microservices, but how do they work with serverless functions and managed services? In this session Gunnar covers the motivations behind chaos engineering, how to perform chaos experiments, what some of the common weaknesses youcan test for in your serverless applications are and run some actual experiments in a serverless environment to see how it can help you build reliable applications. Join as he moves from talking about principles to performing real chaos engineering experiments for serverless!

Date:
September 2, 2020
Video will be posted here after the event
This talk was hosted at an aleios event. The speaker / company does not work for aleios.

Gunnar Grosch

Gunnar is an evangelist at Opsio based in Sweden. He has previously worked as both a frontend and backend developer, as an operations engineer within cloud infrastructure, and as a technical trainer, in addition to several different management roles.

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