Chaos Engineering

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Getting started with CPU attacks

The CPU attack is one of the most common attack types run by Gremlin users. CPU attacks let you consume CPU capacity on a host, container, Kubernetes resource, or service. This might sound like a trivial exercise, but consuming even small amounts of CPU can reveal unexpected behaviors on our systems. These behaviors can manifest as poor performance, unresponsiveness, or instability.

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Podcast: Break Things on Purpose | Omar Marrero, Chaos and Performance Engineering Lead at Kessel Run

In this episode, we chat with Omar Marrero, Chaos and Performance Engineering Lead at Kessel Run, a company at the forefront of delivering “combat capability that can sense and respond to any conflict in any domain, anytime, anywhere.” To say that Omar and Kessel Run are at the forefront is an understatement.

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Podcast: Break Things on Purpose | Carmen Saenz, Senior DevOps Engineer at Apex Clearing

This week Ana sits down with Carmen Saenz, Senior DevOps Enginner at Apex Clearing and PhD student at DePaul University in Chicago, sits down this week to talk about her history in engineering. She brings to the table some anecdotes about her own time engineering chaos. Carmen goes into detail about the early days of chaos engineering and her work there, going from on-prem to the cloud, how she is always learning, her passion for teaching and more.

The evolution of Chaos Engineering and Litmus Chaos - Civo Online Meetup #12

Let's learn about Chaos Engineering! We'll be joined by Karthik Satchitanand, co-founder of Litmus Chaos to discuss why chaos testing is seen as a must for Cloud-Native practitioners in 2021, and how the introduction of LitmusChaos 2.0 evolves chaos engineering further. Civo's Saiyam Pathak will also be looking at chaos terminology and white paper run-through. Register now and don't forget to leave a question for the team - we'll answer the best ones on air.
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Podcast: Break Things on Purpose | Zack Butcher, Founding Engineer at Tetrate

Welcome back to another edition of “Build Things on Purpose.” This time Jason is joined by Zack Butcher, a founding engineer at Tetrate. They also break down Istio’s ins and outs and the lessons learned there, the role of open source projects and their reception, and more. Tune in to this episode and others for all things chaos engineering!

Gremlin Chaos Engineering Practitioner Certificate Prep Session

Looking to become one of the world’s first Gremlin-certified Chaos Engineering Practitioners? Find everything you need to prepare for the exam during our prep session! Get an in-depth understanding of exactly what you need to focus on in order to pass the Gremlin Chaos Engineering Practitioner Certificate exam.
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Podcast: Break Things on Purpose | Paul Marsicovetere, Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at Formidable

Break Things on Purpose is a podcast for all-things Chaos Engineering. In this episode of the Break Things on Purpose podcast, we speak with Paul Marsicovetere, Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at Formidable.