chaos engineering

Using Chaos Engineering to Build Resilient Systems

Content By Devops .com Over the past decade, chaos engineering has become one of the most popular approaches in DevOps. It’s uniquely adapted to complex cloud-based systems and has the potential to succeed where more conventional approaches may not. Chaos Engineering Explained Traditionally, DevOps teams...

SLOs observability

Chicken Soup for the SLO

Content By Devops .com Since time immemorial, humans have struggled to communicate. From myth to the modern era, our most memorable stories often involve individuals or groups seeking to be understood in order to avoid conflict. Be it the biblical allegory of Babel to the...

Validating Change in Small Increments

Content By agile42 .com A couple of weeks ago, on Feb 17th, I held a webinar on ORGANIC agility Principle #4: Validating Change in Small Increments. As you may know, ORGANIC agility is our meta-process or framework that you can apply to any organization in...

A decision making approach for resilience

Decision-making is an essential process in every organization and can be used as a proxy for the level of resilience and agility. There aren’t any right or wrong ways to decide and there are trade-offs involved in each approach. For example, centralized decision-making processes lead...