Serverless Resilience: How to Build a Reliable Serverless PlatformDate: Jun 16, 20228:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) Systems Development
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Sponsored by Gremlin
Serverless platforms enable developers to build and release applications faster, but it comes with a catch: if the platform goes down, so do their services. Outages happen all the time and are extremely difficult to troubleshoot in complex systems, and since serverless platforms add a significant amount of abstraction and additional complexity to already complex systems, they increase the risk of failure. Chaos Engineering emerged as a practice for proactively identifying and addressing systemic failures, but it’s traditionally been used with bare metal systems, virtual machines, and containers, not serverless applications.
In this webinar you will:
- Learn why building reliable application platforms is important
- Discover what Chaos Engineering is and how it will improve reliability
- See how to apply Chaos Engineering best practices to serverless platforms like Knative, ensuring available and performant applications
Andre Newman, Reliability Specialist, Gremlin
At Gremlin, Andre writes about the benefits and practices of Chaos Engineering and how teams can achieve success with Gremlin. Prior to joining Gremlin, he worked as a technical writer developing content on microservices and containers, cloud computing, DevOps, observability, and SIEM. His work has been featured in The New Stack, DZone, Software Engineering Daily, TechBeacon, StatusCOde Weekly and other publications.