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#ChaosDay19 Madaari Ordering for the Monkeys
#chaosday19 : [ed: Cool, Madaari is a joint work between eBay and Disorderly Labs, a combo of tech and academia. Love seeing these types of partnerships]
#chaosday19 testing faults can get really expensive
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#chaosday19 next up is disaster recovery at scale at Google by Parma Gopalan
#chaosday19 : DiRT started at Google back in 2006 [ed: might have gotten the date wrong] Awesome scenarios including what happens if a meteor hits and zombies start coming up from out of the ground.
#chaosday19 : Data center failures can occur for a multitude of reasons. Failures aren't just the loss of compute but also the issue of PoP vanishing.
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#chaosday19 : More CapitalOne conversation associated with Single Sign On services. We're hearing about chaos journey for this service.
#chaosday19 : A few elements to cover: operating point, MTTR, and human ops
#chaosday19 : Know your operating point (KYOP) is critical for high reliability organization. Based on Rasmussen Dynamic System model as well as Golden Signals (latency, rate, errors)
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#ChaosDay19 talk by Narendra Nalabothula, member of Capital One’s central chaos team. Exploring Chaos in a financial firm.
#chaosday19 : We talk about how failure is inevitable but often couple that with 'service failure is not an option!' This is largely due to the cost of the incident itself. [ed: we often discuss financial impact but should also consider brand/reputation impact too]
#chaosday19 : Chaos Engineering helps us think of failure as an absolute in production. Chaos implementation has a maturity path leading to automation via CI/CD pipeline.
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#ChaosDay19 @krisnova now up on Chaos Engineering.
#chaosday19 @krisnova : Managing chaos - how do we prep for something we can't prepare for? How do we get ready? Normally we manage it by building an "awesome" script to fix it all.
#chaosday19 @krisnova : How do we get to that script? Well something goes wrong. Time goes by. Humans get involved to repair, we triage, and then figure out the fix. Then this turns into a shell script after we go through the same process multiple times.
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#chaosday19 @aaronrinehart now talking about security precognition
#chaosday19 @aaronrinehart : We're going to be covering a LOT of stuff during this talk. Our systems have grown beyond our ability to grok them.
#chaosday19 @aaronrinehart case in point here’s Vizceral
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#ChaosDay19 @mipsytipsy up next with Closing the Loop on Chaos with Observability. [ed: anyone surprised that @mipsytipsy is discussing this?]
#chaosday19 @mipsytipsy is an engineer, founder of @honeycombio, big background in DB Reliability Engineering (she wrote a book)
#chaosday19 @mipsytipsy : "Chaos is a fancy marketing term for running tests later in the software dev lifecycle"
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#chaosday19 @gen_nja is getting started with his presentation “Black tie Chaos: Failing formally”
#chaosday19 @gen_nja : Providing a quick review of Auxon. Left the autonomous vehicle engineering and moved to complex systems at large.
#chaosday19 @gen_nja : Quick poll of who is a software engineer vs. who is a ChemE/MechE/etc "Everyone who is a software engineer, those other engineers don't think you're an engineer" *laughter and applause* "Who would trust a software engineer to build a skyscraper?"
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#chaosday19 @nora_js : Currently reviewing the first Chaos Engineering test the Apollo 1: Launch Rehearsal Test, a hugely public experiment that went wrong. A tragic event which changed spacecraft design forever.
#chaosday19 @nora_js has a huge background in Chaos Engineering, contributing to the Principles of Chaos book
#chaosday19 @nora_js : "We're going to be going through the 8 traps of Chaos Engineering today, a shoutout to @bergstrom_johan 's accident analysis"
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