Chaos Engineering is a highly collaborative activity that requires a cross-engineering effort. When applied well, almost everyone gets tasked with exploring, surfacing, overcoming and cross-validating weaknesses in their systems. Observability is a measure of how well internal states of a system can be inferred from knowledge of its external outputs. When these two disciplines are applied together, magic happens.
Combining chaos engineering and observability will allow you to test your applications against planned failures and validate that you’re able to save the day by quickly providing a resolution or a RCA on the planned failure.
New Relic Solution Architects, Nik Jain & Steve Ng share how to align your chaos engineering and observability platform to build a strategy and well architected framework for operational excellence and reliability.
Watch this on-demand webinar and learn:
How to Integrate Gremlin Chaos Engineering and New Relic Observability
How to run regular best-in-class game days
How you can shorten the MTTI and MTTR for the failure scenarios if they manifest in production environments
How to emulate tripwires your customers hit on your production channels