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Fail forward and inject chaos to improve cloud performance
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Is there such a thing as failing forward? Absolutely, with incident management and chaos engineering, which help companies learn from failures and stress-test their production systems to improve performance.
Improving cloud performance with incident management and chaos engineering
Cloud operational complexity often breeds failure points in the system. How do you analyze failures and stop them from reoccurring? With incident management and chaos engineering, which help companies understand the human and technical causes of incidents and better prepare for them—before they become disasters. In this episode, David Linthicum talks with Jeli's Nora Jones about how companies can use these two interrelated disciplines to improve performance and achieve higher cloud ROI.
[Incident management and chaos engineering] help you find some of the patterns between some of the failures that you're experiencing. Hailing from senior technical leadership roles at Netflix, Slack, Jet.com, and Alarm.com, Nora Jones is founder and CEO of Jeli. She is a dedicated and driven software engineer whose most notable mark on the industry is chaos engineering.
Cloud failure points are often difficult to anticipate. Enter chaos engineering, which aims to discover cloud failure points, in in-production systems, before they become disasters.
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