As systems become very larger, more distributed, and more complex, effectively testing those systems becomes ever more challenging. Building a test environment that is similar to the production environment is simply not possible in widely distributed systems like those hosted in public cloud environments. So how can we prove that our systems are capable, resilient and fault-tolerant? Through the use of Chaos Engineering!
This webinar walks us through the history, benefits, strategies for implementation of, tools and best practices for Chaos Engineering.
Speaker : Jennifer Bergstrom
Moderated/Hosted by Maitreyi Kulkarni and Palak Gupta
About The speaker:
Jennifer Bergstrom has 15 years of experience in the tech industry. She started as a Software Engineer immediately after earning her undergrad degree in Electrical Engineering and worked for Lockheed Martin for 9 years. After a 7 year break to focus on her family, Jenn re-entered the industry with the company she works for now. Over the last 6 years at Parsons, she has transformed herself from a Software Engineer into a Cloud, Chaos, and DevSecOps Engineering Manager using that same enthusiasm. Jenn’s Cloud Services Team at Parsons specializes in refactoring existing applications to move from monolithic to microservice architectures and in automating everything.
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