Building resilient applications using chaos engineering on AWS

With the wide adoption of microservices and large-scale distributed systems, architectures have grown increasingly complex, making them hard to debug and test, and increasing the risk of outages. Fortunately, chaos engineering reveals failures before they become outages. In this session, we introduce chaos engineering and show you how to start practicing it on AWS. We walk through the tools and methods you can use to inject failures into your architecture and make them more resilient to failure.

Speaker:
Adrian Hornsby, Principal Technical Evangelist, Amazon Web Services

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Building resilient applications using chaos engineering on AWS

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Collection of my chaos engineering blog post and open source projects
 

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