Resilience Testing - How Chaos Engineering is helping in building resilient systems
With the amount of digital transactions happening day by day, businesses cannot afford to have downtimes. Imagine being presented with an error screen or a message saying - System is getting upgraded/ System failed when browsing a video on any OTT.
In order to have services up 24X7 we need to know the failure points of our systems and how to mitigate it gracefully. Chaos Engineering and Testing helps us identify that and allows businesses to built scalable, fault tolerant and resilient systems .
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Need for resilient systems.
- What is Chaos Engineering
- why do we need chaos engineering.
- What do we need for chaos testing
- breaking things - in a planned way
- Mitigation plans when things go awry
People who take part would know
- a new topic
- how to test infra for a project
- new aspect of non functional testing
- how to build a scalable system
- know how to pin point failure points in infra
Everyone who attends needs to know it. Particular focus on people related to non functional testing.
Prerequisites for Attendees
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