- Learn about how CI/CD practices are moving into the next phase: Continuous Verification.
- Learn how Chaos Engineering enables your organization to navigate complexity.
- Establish a framework for dealing with complexity within software systems.
- Move from theory to practice through real-world stories from industry experts at Google, Microsoft, Slack, Linkedin, and Verica.
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Complex systems become fragile in unexpected and unpredictable ways. The authors of this book go deep explaining the core practices and providing real-world stories and practical advice on how teams are using the ideas around Chaos Engineering to make their systems more resilient.
I found this book as a great resource in understanding and leveraging Chaos principles in my profession as a leader of a team of engineers, responsible for mitigating the risks and ensuring the “high availability” of multiple products. I highly recommend it to those in software design/development/quality engineering. who want to learn more about how Chaos engineering can help you to proactively extract the possible risks by leveraging well explained methodologies.
An excellent guide to the state of the art in Chaos Engineering.
Chaos Engineering is about making the chaos inherent in the system visible
The complexity of our software & systems continues to increase.
Dev teams need a way to prevent costly security and availability incidents.
Continuous Verification is the proactive answer to our complex systems’ needs.