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Downtime in any system is costly, often with dire consequences to a business profile. Whether it's a direct income loss or a more impactful negative perception of your company. If you are not measuring and harnessing those costs, you cannot prepare for failures when they hit you. Chaos Engineering is a recent approach to proactively try negative scenarios so you learn and respond before they break your users' trust. Sylvain will introduce a set of Chaos Engineering experiments addressing the non-functional concerns of your system. This will highlight the efforts you put in facets such as reliability, resiliency, security or scalability. Using the Open Source Chaos Toolkit, as well as other tools, you will learn how to automate your Chaos Engineering effort. The session will illustrate why and how applying Chaos Engineering can increase the confidence in your system's reliability.
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