When Disaster Strikes: Ensuring Your DRP Actually Works
Black swan events are inherently unpredictable—you can’t prepare for every possible threat. Instead, you must identify the ways systems can fail and develop strategies to restore them to full service when these failures happen.
But a disaster recovery plan (DRP) can’t be relied on until it’s been proven to work. The use of Chaos Engineering allows you to test your DRP much more safely and predictably than you could otherwise.
Join us as we discuss how to develop a DRP and how you can use Chaos Engineering to test and validate that plan. Specifically you will learn:
- Best practices for creating a disaster recovery plan (DRP) and frameworks for assessing risks
- How to test your DRP by using Chaos Engineering to simulate black swan events
- How to measure the success of your DRP, including a post-mortem guide and key metrics to track