Preparing for the Moments That Matter

A crash course in chaos engineering


Plus: Cloud Native Is a Transformation Fueled by Technology

10 September 2020

11:00 CEST

This event is remote.

Most engineers have heard about Netflix’s Chaos Monkey. However, not all of them understand why they are randomly killing virtual machine instances in their infrastructure.

That practice is called chaos engineering, and it helps build more resilient applications and ultimately a more reliable internet.

During this free webinar from Container Solutions and the software company Gremlin, you will be introduced to the ideas behind chaos engineering, the benefits it brings to your business, and how to get started. We’ll walk you through what we like to call ‘the 5 W’s of Chaos Engineering: What, Why, When, Where, and Who’.

Plus: Container Solutions' Michael Mueller will show you how IT teams are organised in a Cloud Native company, and how those teams build and harness the power of their cutting-edge tech. You'll learn how cross-functional DevOps teams help break down silos and innovate with unprecedented speed.

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Who should attend?

Executives, heads of IT, engineering managers, enterprise architects, operations engineers, and DevOps engineers 

Meet the speakers

Patrick van der Bleek is EMEA solutions architect at Gremlin, helping customers adopt chaos engineering in their organisations and guiding them on their path towards higher resiliency. Prior to joining Gremlin, he held a variety of tech-related roles at Docker, Red Hat, and the Dutch National Police.

Michael Mueller is managing director for DACH/CEE at Container Solutions. Before joining CS, he headed the IT and Cloud Innovation team at Swisscom Innovation. He is also a Cloud Native Computing Foundation Ambassador.

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